Hello Internet DIYers!
I'm in the process of remodelling our bathroom. The floor is done and I have installed the vanity (I screwed it to the studs in the wall). The vanity side walls arrive nicely to the walls.
However, I had to shim the front-bottom to get to that point, so there is a small gap between the floor and the base of the vanity (~2 mm). The shims are not yet glued.
What's the generally accepted way to 'finish' this spot? I've thought about a couple but they won't look nice:
- Quarter round (There are none of these anywhere else in the condo, so I'd try to avoid it.)
- Caulk (I think it would be hard to find the proper colour.)
- Leaving it like that (The best approach I've thought about, but I'd like the shims not to be visible.)
Would there be a way to make the shims not visible and finish it with transparent caulk? (Or just making the shims not visible and not putting anything else..!?)
P.S. I've added a picture to illustrate.