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What Height Should Your Bathroom Sink Be

What Height Should Your Bathroom Sink Be?

Whether you call it a bathroom sink, a wash-hand basin, or just a basin, this practical piece of sanitary ware has come a long way since the days when people used a bowl and a jug of scented water to wash their hands. Now it’s not just about having a bowl or basin to hold water to wash your hands, face, and perhaps for shaving or brushing your teeth, it’s more about having a correctly installed fixture in your bathroom with plumbed hot and cold water, and drainage. Both aesthetics and ergonomics are important. You want it to look good, and you want to be able to use it without stooping or stretching. That’s where height comes in.

Two bathroom sinks have been installed so that the top surface sits neatly over them. The height of the sinks is determined by both the height of the cabinet used and the height of the plinth they are positioned on.

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Incorporating Appliances

How to Incorporate Appliances In and Around Kitchen Cabinets

Planning a kitchen isn’t rocket science, but there are a lot of elements to be considered. These include the supply of electricity, sometimes gas, water in the form of plumbing, as well as the inclusion of kitchen cabinets, shelves, cupboards, and appliances, depending of course on what is needed.

A stylish well-planned kitchen includes a freestanding double-door fridge/freezer, a stove set into a custom-built cabinet, an eye-level oven mounted in a cabinet, and a microwave oven in the same tall cabinet, on a shelf. In general, the cabinets have been designed to incorporate the appliances naturally. Nothing looks out of place.

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Staining and Sealing Wood Cabinets

How to Stain and Seal Your Wooden Cabinets

Wooden cabinets have an enduring appeal that many homeowners love. But they do need some care and attention, especially when you install new wooden cabinets that have not previously been stained or sealed. Once this has been done, maintenance will be minimized and all you will normally need to do is keep them clean.

Even a clear sealer will change the color of wood a little, but it will also bring out the natural color hue and will enhance the grain too. From left to right: white oak, red oak, and beech.

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How To Assemble Vanity Boxes

Assembling a vanity box is a fairly quick project that does not require a large amount of craftsmanship. This tutorial will provide you with all the information you will need to know to construct your vanity box and help make the process as easy as possible.

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The Value of MDF

The Value of MDF and When to Use It

Medium density fiberboard is a top quality engineered board that was first developed about four decades ago. Unlike solid wood that can warp and split, it is stable and can be shaped, routed, and painted with exceptionally good results. Painted MDF cabinets are classy and easy to maintain.

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