Bathroom Cabinets. Sunday , September 10th , 2017 - 17:29:59 PM
Alternatively, if you have a bit more space, you can include both vanity cabinets and standalone cabinets. Standalone cabinets are particularly useful for storing towels and other linens, as well as bulkier bath accessories like hair dryers. They can also be a great place to house guest amenities like extra soap and shampoo.
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.
Furniture appeal. Beyond the typical box, cabinets are getting legs and open shelves where pretty bottles, rolled towels and other functional-but-fanciful items can be stored, Snyder says. There are vanity cabinets that look like antique dressers.
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