Hello lovely bathroom people, I'm planning a new bathroom
It is being turned into a wetroom or curbless shower room.
I've attached an image with the old and new layouts superimposed. The red is the old. The blue is the new. I'm doing this because I am a sometimes wheelchair user, heading towards being a fulltime wheelchair user. The layout is all set, but I need to choose an over sink mirror and/or cabinet, a toilet roll holder, shelving by the shower, plus I want a small shelf or hanging rail by the toilet for essential wheelchair user accessories.
I love the molger range, but worry that the birch would not stand up to the constant wetting it would get in a wetroom.
It is a small room and if I am showering in a wheelchair, the last thing I want to worry about is trying to contain the water to preserve my bathroom cabinet. So I am wondering if anyone knows how water resistant the molger line is.
If I don't go with the molger I am thinking of something in stainless steel like the Saltskar cabinet or the grundtal, so I guess my question there is whether they really are good quality stainless that doesn't rust?
Finally I am not sure how to position the mirror since sometimes I will be standing, somtimes sitting, so I am thinking of getting the frack mirror the one that extends, and wondered how sturdy they are, whether they stand up to use or if they fall apart after a few months.
Thanks in advance, any and all advise and comments gratefully received. I am redoing my kitchen, bathroom and tiny front garden, and I am feeling more than a little overwhelmed
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