A well designed bathroom vanity cabinet can be the centrepiece of your bathroom renovation.. It serves working piece of functional furniture and storage and is well worth putting some time and effort into the design.
Generally for our custom vanities we use Caesarstone for the top. Reason for this is that is is an engineered stone and much more hard-waring then granite or marble, and with the high cost of laminates for tops, you might as well go for stone.
Laminated: Cheapest of all the options, used on most ready-made vanities. The real draw-back is that you can see the joins on all the corners.
Vinyl Wrap: The most popular option. Great range of high gloss, textured and matt finishes. Advantage is that the “wrap” continues around the edge of the panel so you don’t see the edge join. Slightly higher price then Laminex but worth the extra cash.
2-Pak paint: Great finish, tougher then vinyl wrap and allows for finger-pull draws/doors. Higher price then Vinyl wrap. Shown in vanity above
We have a wide variety of handle on show for you to pick from at our showroom. Or if you don’t want handles at all we can do that by using finger-pull or push-button doors/draws.
The basin shown in the picture is an under-mount. We love under-mount basins because they are easy to clean and give the vanity a streamline look.
The under-mount basin shown here retails at $250 plus $180 for the stone cut out.
Top-mounted basins can give you a bit more of a feature, and the cut out for the stone only costs $60. Basins range from $120 for simple-Chinese imported and up to $900 for Italian-made designer.
Pictured: Custom-made vanity in Scarborough early 2013, 1900 wide , wall-hung, high gloss 2 pak finger-pull draws, Caesarstone Haze top with 90mm drop apron and Paco Jaanson Tanga undermount basin. Build cost : around $4400.
We can help you design the perfect vanity for your bathroom renovation that will impress for a long time to come!