Remodeling "Main Bathroom"!

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We are going to replace the countertop with an "ONYX" top, paint the cabinet a "darker brown", new ceramic floor tiles; but want to update it somehow. Any suggestions on how to "update" and "remove the "ripple edges" on the sides and top??? HELP!!
remodeling main bathroom, bathroom ideas, home improvement
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  • Jan Remling Jan Remling on Jun 04, 2014
    need better photos, can't tell what I am looking at, sorry.
  • Cj Cj on Jun 04, 2014
    I have no experience in this and have a black thumb on home repairs. I believe I see the ripples you have. If they are too much to sand even with an elec sander, is it possible to add a straight molding over the ripple so it cover it?
  • Cindy Carley Cindy Carley on Jun 04, 2014
    Thank you for the suggestions but this doesn't answer my question because
  • Cindy Carley Cindy Carley on Jun 04, 2014
    These are the only photos we have. It was taken standing, looking down at the floor & tiles samples and show the bathroom cabinet. If you look close the wood is "rippled" around the edges and I'm thinking we need to cut that off, before painting........because it "dates" the cabinet!?!? Sorry!
  • Grandmaquilts Grandmaquilts on Jun 04, 2014
    I agree. Would be better without that detail.
  • Jeanette S Jeanette S on Jun 05, 2014
    I am not a carpenter type so I can offer no solutions, but I have some scallops I would like to get rid of too on my kitchen cabinets, but I would have to redo the entire kitchen once I did! So, if I planned to spend the money on a new floor and top, I would just take out this cabinet and replace it...they are not that expensive! One of those new space saver cabinets (thinner from front to back) make a bathroom look so updated!
  • Cindy Carley Cindy Carley on Jun 05, 2014
    Sure appreciate your suggestion and if "money" was no object for the kids....we'd do that. But it's not in the "budget" so won't be able to do that! Let alone there is a 1/2 wall just to the right of the cabinet, that separates the sink/cabinet with the toilet! To much cost and work to remove everything. They are needing to get everything done as "economically" as possible!!! Thank you for your suggestion, though!!