Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Cabinets. July 13th , 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.
Bathroom floor cabinets are generally considered most appropriate for bathrooms with enough space to accommodate furniture items, but even if your bathroom is somewhat space-deficient, you may be able to find a bathroom floor cabinet solution that works for the space. For example, a cabinet that sits in the corner can actually maximize a space that would otherwise go unused, and provide essential, convenient storage.
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.
Conversely, if you want to ensure the cabinet matches the bathroom style, materials are likely to be one of the main considerations. For more traditional bathroom, wooden linen cabinets are more common, whereas contemporary or modern bathrooms may be more likely to feature sleek, modern laminate or even metal cabinets.
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