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Custom Bathroom Cabinets
At Kirk’s Custom Cabinets in Pomona, we sell a variety of bathroom vanities built to the same high standards as our other cabinets. Our bathroom vanity cabinets feature all-wood construction, dovetail drawers, and soft close features. Bathroom vanity cabinets are available in all cabinet door styles with some options to choose from.
Not very long ago, the kitchen was the most used room in most households. However, this preference shifted as time passed and bathrooms rose in popularity. Originally, bathroom design focused on functionality with little consideration for aesthetics. Yet nowadays, comfort and convenience are just a few of the many reasons to remodel a bathroom. And when you’re faced with these considerations we typically take into account aesthetic elements such as light fixtures and towel bars
For bathroom design and construction that is perfect for both beauty and practical purposes, be sure to look into custom cabinets from Kirk’s. We provide a range of cabinet styles in order to meet the needs of any bathroom – from elegant and modern lines to more utilitarian styling.
We have a variety of designs – some with detailed craftsmanship made from all wood while others are designed as space-saving convenience items. Whatever you need, we’ll make it happen!
Building a Bathroom Vanity
A common misconception with bathroom vanities is that it’s always one cabinet, but contrary to popular belief, this usually isn’t the case. The majority of bathrooms are a combination of cabinets – some vanity and others sink cabinets – because you may need to fill a larger width or have all your plumbing in one single place
How much are custom bathroom cabinets?
Bathroom vanities come in a variety of prices, and the price range can differ substantially. In general, one person’s typical budget for bathroom vanity cabinets can fall anywhere between $750-$3800 depending on what they might need in their home – even though there is always room for change if desired. These prices will vary with your needs. Give us a call for us to you an estimate today.
STANDARD VS. TALL VANITY CABINETS
When shopping for bath cabinets, it is important to note the difference between standard bathroom vanities and tall bath vanities. A standard height vanity is about 31.125″ in height while a tall cabinet is 34.5″. Taller cabinets are preferred for main bathrooms and master bedrooms because they tend to offer more usable space; shorter cabinets are more typically used in kids’ baths or vessel sinks–so keep this in mind when selecting one that best matches your functional needs.
Add Style and Functionality to Your Bathroom with Custom Cabinets
At Kirk’s Custom Cabinets in Pomona, we specialize in designing and installing custom bathroom cabinets to suit your needs. Our team possesses considerable experience and crafts with an unsurpassed level of craftsmanship on every project we take on. We work diligently to formulate a customized solution for your household that meets all needs and personalities.
Essential Considerations for Bathroom Cabinets
If you’re going to have custom kitchen cabinets installed, it’s important to consider a few major points beforehand. First of all, the design of your bathroom will help determine which type of wood and cabinet style is best.
When designing your bathroom, first think about the size of the room and what it is used for. Whether you have a luxury guest bath or a tight half-bath, make sure to accommodate any specific needs that may arise.
When considering a vanity for your bathroom, it’s important to think about what you need in storage. Standard vanities have some storage space, but little else. Custom designed vanities offer more shelving and organizational features to suit any needs.
Custom-built bathroom cabinets can be the aesthetic focal point of the room. They can also feature hidden shelving, additional drawers, slide outs and other space-saving elements. If you’re tight on square footage in your bathroom, try recessed shelving for more surface area.