New Outer Banks-Inspired Bathroom Cabinets Installation

Jun 12th, 2010No Comments

Cabinets Set the Style

When remodeling your bathroom, special attention should be given to the cabinets you wish to get. Space is limited in most bathrooms, so you should consider your storage needs first thing. The most common cabinet in the bathroom is the vanity cabinet, which is also used to support the sink. Typically the vanity has a few drawers and a cupboard for storage. And of course, you can choose from a variety of different styles and materials for its construction.

Cabinets should be chosen early in the design of the bathroom, as they often set the tone for the rest of the design. There is also a matter of time, as getting your custom cabinets can take a little longer than the rest of the bathroom.

The construction materials for bathroom cabinets are the same as for kitchen cupboards, and come in two different options, face-frame and frameless.

Face-Frame or Frameless

Face-Frame cabinets have a frame on the front of the cabinet box, which provides rigidity for the cabinet and a strong base for the hinges. Doors generally overlay the frame, and offset hinges are visible from the front. These style of cabinets don’t require a top panel, and may have a thin or only partial back panel. The frame also narrows the opening on drawers and cupboards.

Frameless style cabinets are made like boxes with panels finished on both sides. Most frameless cabinets have the doors set flush, as well as hidden hinges. They have a solid top, back and base, and are typically installed on a separate foundation.

Professional Design Team

No matter what style of cabinet you want, the professional team behind Outer Banks Kitchen Renovations, CK Custom Kitchens, can install exactly what you want. Fill out the contact form on this page and a member of our trained, professional sales staff will be happy to set up an appointment for you to come in and learn about all the different options.

And as a bonus for our online customers, once you fill out the contact form, we’ll waive the $200 design fee. You’ll see a 3D mockup of your bathroom with the cabinet style you pick, so you’ll know what it looks like before you buy!

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