Bathroom Furniture. Thursday , July 27th , 2017 - 22:40:03 PM
One of the main reasons that furniture can start to look aged is down to any damage that can build up over the years. Water damage can slowly develop if you have any leaks in the bathroom and this can eventually take its toll on your bathroom furniture. Particularly vanity units that hold a basin can be affected however as leaks may develop anywhere in the bathroom it could also ruin cabinets or storage units. If you find that any water damage is irreparable, then it is best to replace the existing unit and ensure that any leaky fixtures are seen to be a professional plumber prior to installation.
Bathroom furniture with manmade finishes is also acquiring steady popularity due to the wider range of designs and colors available that account for its flexibility and edge. Do not expect them to be cheaper than wood though, or even less durable. Manmade finishes are made from composite materials and textured finishes and can withstand tough knocks and scratches. Just as with wood, excessive spillage causes damage to even the toughest manmade finish.
When choosing your oak bathroom furniture, there are two main factors you need to bear in mind. The first is the size of your bathroom. Obviously you need to choose furniture items that will fit easily into your available space. But there`s also the matter of the type of wood. Your main options are dark and light oak furnishings. Dark oaks look heavier so could feel too prominent a small room. Light oak creates an ambiance of light and space and is more suitable for smaller spaces. Fortunately, you can get oak bathroom furniture is a wide range of styles and sizes. So if you`re short of space and need storage, you could choose a tall, open unit from Hampton or Kudos. Great for breaking up a room that`s eye level all around. Another option is the Melrose bathroom 2-drawer 1-door tall cabinet with shelves. Both are slim, compact and functional, not to mention extremely attractive items of furniture.
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