Hildegard Cendrine. Bathroom Cabinets. October 06th , 2017.
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.
The best way to begin selecting these essentials is to visit a bathroom showroom where you can see and try—and ask questions. Your designer will guide you through the selection process and make recommendations, as will a professional in a plumbing showroom who is well-versed in the latest technologies. If you can dream it, you can have it—televisions in the shower, gas fireplaces built into tub walls, therapeutic lights that cause water to change colors.
Once you‘ve chosen the style for your small bathroom cabinets, you‘ll need to determine their placement. Some common areas for installation of these space-saving cabinets are corners, which are often under-utilized, and spaces underneath vanities or other freestanding furniture, which can often provide areas ripe for the placement of storage elements.
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.
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