Related Considerations in Design of Cabinetry for this Bathroom
There are important related considerations to discuss and determine with Cabinets of the Desert and your interior designer/general contractor. These will have an effect on the functional and aesthetic considerations above:
Location of plumbing: Does any of the plumbing (supply lines and waste) need to be moved to accommodate the cabinetry or does the cabinetry need to conform to existing plumbing?
Location of electrical: Does any of the wiring (including outlets and GFI) need to be moved to accommodate the cabinetry or does the cabinetry need to conform to existing electrical?
Location, leveling of walls and ceiling: Will the ceiling be raised and or walls moved. Do walls/soffits/ceiling need to be plumbed and leveled to ensure perfect fit for cabinetry and molding?
Selection of counter tops: Material (laminate, granite, quartz, tile, etc.); color; style; edge treatment (self edge, wrap edge, edge shape)
Selection of sinks: Under-mount, drop in, vessel style or pedestal? How many? What color? Choice will depend on type of countertop selected.
Selection of backsplash: Wall treatment behind vanity. Will this be wallpaper, paint, tile, or same material as counter top?
Selection of plumbing fixtures: There are aesthetic and functional factors in the selection of faucets for the sinks. Need to coordinate with selection of tub and shower fixtures.
Selection of accessories: There are aesthetic and functional factors in the selection mirrors, medicine cabinets, towel bars, towel rings, toilet paper holders. Need to coordinate with plumbing fixtures.
Selection of hardware: There are aesthetic and functional factors in the selection of knobs and pulls for the cabinetry. Need to coordinate with plumbing fixtures and accessories. Material (metal, wood, plastic); Size (length, diameter); Shape; Color; Finger pull cabinet doors (no hardware)