Bathroom Cabinets. Monday , September 18th , 2017 - 16:22:46 PM
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.
As a storage option, tall bathroom cabinets are optimal for bath spaces. They can be used to store everyday items like linens and bath supplies for family members, but they also provide a convenient option for storing accessory and supply overflow, as well as extra supplies for guests.
A single medicine cabinet’s width should be equal to or less than that of the sink or vanity over which it sits. It should be centered over the vanity or sink. Keep it at eye level and arm’s length when standing in front of the sink. An alternative to installing the medicine cabinet above the sink is to install it next to the sink, with a mirror over the sink.Deciding which style is right for you is a matter of personal preference, but if unfinished cabinets and vanities are in the cards, you may find that more traditional styles are more readily available.
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