With the development of the economy and the continuous improvement of people's living standards, more and more people are using washing cabinets. However, although there are finished products for washing cabinets, they often need to be modified due to size issues after purchase, so customization has become popular. Custom made laundry cabinets can not only be designed according to one's own needs but can also better meet the demands of customers. However, some techniques need to be paid attention to when custom laundry cabinets, such as the color, size, and functionality of the washing cabinet.
Custom made laundry cabinets minimize waste and make the best use of every inch of space. Although washing cabinets are available in stores, after purchase, they may not match the size and require modification, leading to wasted space, which is a breeding ground for dirt and grime.
Custom made laundry cabinets allow material selection that matches the home decor style. Homeowners can choose the material for their washing cabinets according to their preference, such as tiles or marble, which are strong and do not change color. On the other hand, store-bought washing cabinets do not offer material options and are also costly.
Custom made laundry cabinets can be designed with color coordination and appropriate size specifications to blend in with home decor, increasing aesthetic value. For example, we can provide you with your personally customized grey laundry cabinet.
When designing the laundry cabinet, make sure there is space for installation. It is necessary to take laundry cabinet size seriously. Plan water and electricity outlets, as this is a crucial step and potential for complications if improperly designed. The water inlet of the faucet and the power plug for the washing machine should be placed near the sink at an appropriate height of approximately 50CM off the ground. Since the use of a double-door cabinet under the sink is common, inconvenient water or power supply repair can be facilitated by opening either of the cabinet doors.
The position of the drainpipe is also critical. Each device should have its specific drainage outlet. This avoids possible overflow caused by shared pipes. Avoid placing the drain outlet in the center of the washing cabinet as it will cause difficulties during installation, as only one side can be used instead of both sides, which is inconvenient.
The position of the drainpipe should be at the back of the sink cabinet, similar to the water inlet. The space under a washing machine is generally limited, so the drain pipeline is likely to be located at the side of the washing machine. Accordingly, placing the drainpipe at the side of the washing cabinet is more convenient.
Any laundry cabinet material will turn yellow if exposed to sunlight for an extended period. Therefore, it is advisable to install a curtain on the balcony window when the washing cabinet is not in use.