Bathroom Vanity. Sunday , August 12th , 2018 - 22:23:55 PM
In picking out the bathroom vanity that you will be adding into your bathroom, the first thing that you need to keep in mind is your bathroom space. You should take note that placing a lot of items in your bathroom, occupying all the free spaces will leave it with a cluttered look. So, make sure that you only get the essential ones.
An MDF vanity with veneers is a Medium Density Fiberboard. MDF is made up of very fine particles of wood that are refined and mixed with waxes and resins that glue the particles together then it is pressed into a boards that are laminated with veneers. MDF works great with dowels but doesn't work well with screws. Some argue that formaldehyde that is used in the gluing process leaks into the room unless the piece is sealed well. There is really no way of knowing if the MDF is sealed though. These vanities mostly came from China or other overseas countries. MDF is also more susceptible to water damage. Steam showers next to an MDF vanity probably isn't a good idea.
The basic design of any bathroom vanity includes a sink basin and a cabinet. In general, the cabinet is wood, while the basin is a porcelain material. As the cabinet needs to be protected from the moisture of the sink, often a stone counter top is added. This counter top is either made from real stone, such as granite or marble, or a man-made, altered stone. Other options include matching the counter to the sink basin. As a mirror is another piece common to many bathrooms, a set for a bathroom sink vanity may include a matching mirror.
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