Apr 28, 2017 4:42 pm
I'd like to replace my existing vanity in my bathroom. I'm not sure if the floor tiles run underneath it or not. My home was built early 90's. The depth of my existing cabinet is 500 mm and the newer vanities on the market that I've seen are around 450 mm deep. So would it matter if I replaced the vanity prior to laying new floor tiles?
Re: Tile before or after installing a vanity3
Jun 28, 2017 7:20 pm
I do not see any problem in doing so because normally tiles can be customized according to the new size that you need. Yes, your contractors might have a harder time fixing the new tiles. So perhaps you might want to consider buying the vanity but asking them to fix it for you before fixing the tilings.
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