Planning a bath remodeling project? Whether you’re trying to get more storage, update the style and quality of your bathroom vanity, or design a more efficient space, a designer can help you to succeed.
Renovating homeowners often work on several projects in a row. Moreover, they enjoy the convenience of
getting bathroom cabinets that come fully assembled and equipped with the same timeless styles, construction
quality, and design services that CliqStudios is known for. CliqStudios designers provide complimentary design consultation, and with just a few measurements, will help you lay out a custom-fit plan for your bathroom cabinets.
A bathroom project is a great way to get to introduce yourself to CliqStudios! Previous clients find that
bathroom projects are a great way to try out our unique process. Please be aware that free shipping is only
available on purchases of $3,500 or greater.
Single Vanity Bathrooms
If you’re updating a powder room, a single vanity is all you’ll typically need. For most transitional or
designs, a shaker or recessed-panel door style is versatile and timeless. CliqStudios vanities are
available in all
of our finishes and stains. The standard vanity cabinet box depth is 21”, and the standard height is 34
Furthermore, a designer can help you determine the proper cabinet widths for your space.
Double Vanity Master Bathrooms
For master baths, a double vanity is typical, and supports two sink bases cabinets. Additionally, it
combination drawer and door combinations. Available in 42” and 48” widths. Custom features include
towers, tall linen closets, knee drawers, wall cabinet shelving, and more.
Ready to start your free design?
Take the first step toward your dream kitchen today! We’ll connect you with your personal designer to make your project a reality.
Yes. 18" depth is not a standard depth (12" & 24" depth is standard). Wall cabinets can be modified to increase or reduce depth at 1" increments. An Example is to take a 24" deep cabinet and reduce the depth, in one inch increments, to your desired depth. There are some restrictions.
Congratulations on your bathroom remodel. We can help with any room where you need cabinetry. To get started either visit here: https://www.cliqstudios.com/free-kitchen-design/ or call our design team at 888-350-1242.
I have my bathroom gutted and I'm ready to go
It is 118 x 82 with the door on SE corner of the 82 inch wall and a 26 inch window in the East 118 wall, toilet is under window and 55 inches off North wall that is 82 inch
The bathrooms in this display are beautiful; but in 2017 I used CliqStudios for my kitchen remodel, and the cherry russet in Rockford style looked closer in tone to the birch sable. Has something changed? If I remodeled my bathrooms and chose Rockford in cherry russet would I get the medium brown the cabinets look in this photo?
I would like to learn more about remodeling my home I am low in come and need help I am starting g out very small funds ! I would like to know can you help me to learn ? I have no way to pay for a designer to help me so any help would be really appreciated thank you for your time and help have a lovely day or night
Hey there DP! Are you thinking about remodeling a bathroom or something else? What parts of the space you want to change? Homeowners with very low budgets often think about (1) saving on materials and (2) saving on labor. This might mean shopping at architectural salvage store, DIY paint projects, adding floating shelves, or freshening up cabinets with new hardware.
Thankfully, there are -tons- of free online resources to learn about remodeling. We've written answers to a bunch of remodeling-related questions (mostly about kitchens) that you can find on our Questions & Answers page. You'll find information about cabinetry, the remodeling budget and timeline, as well as design ideas. Other great places to learn about low-cost remodeling projects include Houzz, YouTube, Pinterest, and the DIY Network. Don't be afraid to give us a call at 888-350-1242 either. Our design team can help you with free consultations about your space.
Ohhhh, I love that open concept bathroom, these pictures are such great examples of what I hope my new remodel will look like. I want an open concept feel as well but I don't think I am as brave as all that glass in the center of the bathroom haha. Actually the people at directsinks.com helped me a lot picking out my faucet and sink, they recommended shaker cabinets for a modern feel like you guys did, which was great because I was going the wrong direction thinking I wanted a raised panel. Once I pick out the right vanity I will be ready to get gutting. Fingers Crossed, thanks for the info!