Bathroom Cabinets. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 12:12:58 PM
If you‘re contemplating installing recessed bathroom cabinets or replacing an existing recessed cabinet with a new design, you‘ll first want to ensure that your bath space can accommodate a recessed cabinet. Measure between the studs on the wall the cabinet will be placed to make sure you have enough space to install the cabinet, and also ensure there isn‘t any essential wiring or plumbing blocking the way. Once you‘re clear of any obstacles, you‘re ready to install the cabinet—but first, you‘ll have to choose a cabinet style.
Cabinet storage for bathrooms comes in many forms, from standalone cabinet pieces to bathroom vanities that include a sink as well as drawers and cabinets. Depending on the size and configuration of your bathroom, integrated or standalone cabinet storage may be more appropriate. If your bathroom often hosts two users in a small space, for example, integrated storage with equally divided, symmetrical storage can be a great solution; that way, both users can store and access their bath supplies easily.
Unfinished bathroom vanities and cabinets can be a great option if you‘re upgrading a bathroom space or designing a new one, and you want a blank design slate to work with. Starting with unfinished vanities and cabinets will allow you to incorporate your own personal style touch in terms of colors and finishes; if you prefer a more rough-hewn or rustic look, you could also choose to simply leave them unfinished.
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