Ranges of freestanding, strong wood bathroom furniture, for example, those created by Mito, give a bathroom a look of very good quality extravagance that is hard to beat. With a variety of vanity units, washstands, and cabinets or storage units to browse, you can join individual pieces to create a coordinated look that actually floats openly in your bathroom.
As you’ll learn when you come to install your new purchases, be that as it may, freestanding does not always mean ‘not fixed down’. Certain bathroom furniture is intended to carry some type of sanitary ware, and will in this way also house water supply lines and waste lines. A vanity unit or washstand, for example, will hold a basin that will be plumbed into your mains water supply and sewage framework. It should be fixed down here and there, or any accidental thumps it gets will eventually cause damage to the pipe work inside – which, consequently, could rapidly cause a great deal of damage to your bathroom.
Different things, for example, storage units, do not have to be fixed in place. This leaves you with the opportunity to rearrange them as frequently as you please for another bathroom look each time; it also means that ‘installation’ turns into an invalid idea.
We’ll simply deal here, at that point, with installing your new ‘freestanding’ strong wood vanity unit or washstand.
The primary thing you should do is to take a gander at where your water supply lines and waste line enter your bathroom. They could come in through the wall, or up from the floor. Measure exactly where the lines are in relation to the place you plan to fix your vanity unit or washstand. At that point measure the vanity unit, and cut an opening in either the base or the back (whichever is relevant to your line layout) to allow the vanity unit or washstand to space over the lines, so all your pipe work will be concealed by your wooden bathroom furniture. Take care when measuring: exactness is important to avoid mistakes. Your vanity unit should then be fixed in place. Allude to your manufacturer’s fitting directions, as explicit guidance may have been incorporated about how best. Generally, screwing the thing to the wall or floor ought to be adequate. By and by, take care when measuring for your drill openings – both that you get them in the ideal place first time, and that you do not hit any electric cables in your walls.