Jessamyn Tournier. Bathroom Cabinets. September 24th , 2017.
Your options for modular bathroom cabinets are wide-ranging, and you‘ll likely want to decide on the style and materials for your cabinets first. This decision is likely to be based on whether you want the cabinets to reflect the overall design of the bathroom or offer a slight style departure to add visual interest and appeal. If you choose to complement a common design, modular bathroom cabinets in traditional, contemporary and modern materials and finishes are readily available, so you should have no trouble finding the style that fits your bathroom.
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.
Of course, there’s more to cabinets than appearances: Storage is a high priority in the bathroom, and in such a small space, there never seems to be enough room to stow toiletries, linens and more.
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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