By Accalia Berggren. Bathroom Vanity. At Monday, December 17th 2018, 13:20:26 PM.
It should be kept in mind, however, that the bathroom should only have tiles. Wooden floors are a strict no in bathrooms as the water might get absorbed. This is why tiles with a low seepage rate should be bought. Countertops come in many low-budget varieties like laminate, tile etc. and they also come in high-scale varieties, like natural stone, quartz which cost about $100 per square foot.
High-end showers cost more, almost as much a $6000. This includes buying and installation, shower doors, the floor as well as the walls. A standard tub/shower combo costs about $500-$1000. It is no secret that the place where you groom yourself the most is in the bathroom, therefore perfect lighting is essential. It is appropriate to have a single overhead light, as individual light fixtures cost about $40-$100, and they may even have built-in fans for ventilation.
It is also important to know what is behind which wall before you start tearing down the walls. This can save you money too as you can avoid plumbing and electrical damages. Lastly, it is also important to know that doing it yourself will also cost you, as you will need the right tools, you will also have to rent a dumpster and a special service to carry away the debris from the teardown phase.
In these models of vanities, the interior plumbing is visible. The traditional vanity designs are mostly in wood which are given different details, sizes and finish. Usually applied vanity cabinets plus sinks are often closed models having doors also drawers that hide the plumbing work following the vanity door. They usually highlight components of carvings, glass designs, and decorative finishes. The countertops can be of wood, granite, marble or any other firm surface.