Jacquenette Petitjean. Bathroom Cabinets. September 12th , 2017.
Once you‘ve chosen your style, it‘s time to think about colors and finishes. There are myriad stains and finishes you can add to cabinets and vanities, from matte to extremely glossy. Again, this will likely be a matter of personal preference, and matching the overall style of the bathroom will also come into play. In terms of color, think about using the vanities and cabinets to add a vibrant, bold color statement to the bathroom—greens, yellows and bold blues can be great choices to liven up the space.
Plumbing fixtures are the main event in the bathroom: toilet, sink, shower and tub. In each of these categories, you can splurge and take the bathroom (and your budget) to resort proportions. Or you can stay within a slim budget and choose value-engineered fixtures that will get the job done.
Medicine-cabinet mirrors can be framed in a variety of materials, including aluminum, stainless steel, wood, plastic, and even mirror edging. If you choose the latter, a bathroom corner cabinet can be a great way to show off some eclectic flair or to incorporate colorful, unique design ideas. Bright yellows and reds or other bold blues can make a strong visual impact when used for a corner bathroom cabinet.
Features include adjustable shelves, aluminum interiors that won’t rust, push buttons for opening the mirror and avoiding fingerprints, integrated magnifying mirror, mirrors on the inside, and electrical outlets on the inside or the outside. Frameless medicine cabinets are a popular look for contemporary baths.
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