UPDATE: Ordered the FitFlops, performing the stair stretch…..giving it a small more time ahead of I get the SHOT!!! I have employed a shower curtain to cover the front of a bookshelf, as an option to a closet door, as a dust ruffle below the bathroom sink (when I didn’t have a cabinet below the sink). Consequently attention demands to be made to pinning it at the sides and lots of wood glue applied along its length and left clamped to set to hold it in location until it is tiled, when the tile adhesive and grout will add additional strength and rigidity needed. Numerous occasions, our tile installer helped us to adjust the original plan in a way which made the installation work much better as far as tile cuts and also was a lot more aesthetically pleasing. As you can see, they changed the tile at some point under the window and tried to match the pink.
Pinnacle to the style was the requirement for two large mirrors to match on the on the bathroom cabinet doors. I have two really tiny bathrooms and I really like your suggestion about storing items in boxes under the sink. As the varnishing did not take long, I was soon prepared to match the two mirrors to the cabinet doors and fit the bathroom cabinet in place on the shower room wall just above our new vanity sink and unit. Then we replaced all our cabinets with RTA cabinets I place with each other myself (see my other hubs about that).
Not only is it produced to measure to maximises on storage space but it also meets our other requirements for a new bathroom cabinet which includes fitting in with our décor for the shower room makeover, huge mirrors on the cabinet doors and adjustable shelves inside the cabinet for storage versatility. Occasionally much less is much more (as they say) so you might only want one or two subtle things (such as wall decor) to convey your message about the ‘flip flop’ zone you are generating for your close friends and loved ones (and for oneself). Now that I’ve finished, I can tell you I am very content with the outcomes and I will be using this item to refinish the rest of the cabinets in my residence, including the other bathroom, linen cabinets, and kitchen cabinets.
He initially laid down the Saltillo, then took up four tiles and cut them diagonally, replaced 4 of them and then filled in the remaining square with a 16 tile pattern of Talavera. The bathroom is currently the domain of the homeowner’s teenage son, so we ran with the vibe of a gentleman’s bath. Once the mirrors had been fitted it was just a case of screwing the cabinet to the wall utilizing the four predrilled holes in the two fixing supports fitted to the top and bottom of the bathroom cabinet. Consequently I decided to make this a DIY project and make …