As a part of latest renovation of our shower room I ripped-out and changed the previous wash basin, under sink cupboard and the cheap plastic toilet cabinet above the sink. In the planning and design phase of my DIY challenge to make a bespoke made to measure lavatory cupboard one of many vital features determining the final design and actual measurements of the cabinet and its doors was the scale of obtainable mirrors for becoming to the bathroom cupboard doorways.; and the cost of the mirrors of course.
Below is an in depth step-by-step guide to making and becoming the bespoke lavatory cupboard, which though you might not want to duplicate may give you enough helpful data and steerage for designing and making your individual bathroom cupboard.
As a part of my design I made a decision to suspend the tiled shelf underneath the cupboard, and for it to be 5 inches huge; the identical depth as the tiled shelf immediately behind the self-importance sink where the electric toothbrush and shavers are stored.
The underside open shelf in this design being 1/4 inch plywood, 5 inch depth and the complete width of the cabinet (as it will be fixed from underneath); whereas the highest and backside for the toilet cabinet are three/four inch (18 mm) pine wooden, six inches depth, and the width of the cupboard much less the thickness of the two aspect panels.
In researching the sort of mirror further, noting the pros and cons and taking particular note of buyer reviews I concluded that Acrylic mirrors can be just preferrred for my venture; it was only a case of discovering the most appropriate measurement out there.