Custom wood vanities are the latest trend in bathroom renovation. A solid wood bathroom vanity top from Maryland Wood Countertops will change the entire look and ambiance of your bathroom.
What Clients Ask About a Solid Wood Bathroom Vanity
Our clients have many questions about using wood for bathroom countertops. Here are some of the most common:
- Why should I choose wood for my vanity?
- Will water damage wood countertops?
- Which wood species are best for bathroom vanities?
- Does my wood vanity require special care?
- How long will it take to build and install my bathroom vanity?
- What are my customization options?
Why Should You Choose a Solid Wood Bathroom Vanity?
A wood vanity will look stylish in your guest bath and luxurious in your master bath. Wood is such a big change from composite, tile or stone that you’ll feel as if you have a brand new bathroom! Wood brings a natural, relaxing atmosphere to any room. It will make your bland bathroom feel like a spa.
Hardwood countertop surfaces add value to your home. If you think you may sell your home after you retire, a luxurious bathroom is a big selling point.
Wood is more resilient than composite, tile, stone and most new countertop materials. It’s much easier and less expensive to repair wood than stone. Wood doesn’t fade or grow dingy over time. Periodic re-oiling will keep it looking new.
We use Waterlox®, an excellent waterproof, on all of our bathroom vanities. Of course, we always recommend drying wood bathroom surfaces and using your bathroom fan.
The Construction Process and Selecting the Wood for Your Vanity
One of your many wood design options is the wood species itself. Walnut, white oak and mahogany are the most popular woods for bathroom vanities. Cherry is another favorite. If you like exotic hardwoods, wenge and tigerwood work well in the bathroom.
After you select your wood, we’ll make a template of your existing countertop and build your new vanity at our workshop. From the time we perform the template, you’ll have a new top installed within three to four weeks.
A wood vanity can give you the bathroom of your dreams. Call Maryland Wood Countertops today at 443-840-7373 to schedule a consultation.