When remodeling your bathroom think storage space. From medicine cabinets to small closets, storage space will add value and convenience to your bathroom. With a clever layout you can find ways to include nooks and crannies for storing all of your towels and grooming essentials. In addition, consider utilizing the wallspace inside of your frameless shower enclosure. Built-in shelving can hold shampoos, conditioners, and soaps.
If you’ve been making do with little more than a simple vanity and a medicine cabinet, you can probably appreciate why adding more storage space would be considered such a boon. If you include a linen closet, which you can stock with washcloths and towels, you will never have to worry again about forgetting to bring your towel into the bathroom. No more shivering while you wait for someone to bring you one.
Storage Units Which Would Look at Home in Your Master Bedroom
Today’s bathroom cabinetry often takes its influence from other rooms in the house. For instance, cabinetry that resembles kitchen cabinets. Cabinetry in the kitchen takes advantage of every conceivable empty space. Often there are drawers above, below, and on either side of the sink, and drawers squeezed next to the stove and above the refrigerator.
A bathroom with kitchen-like cabinetry copies this sort of layout. The cabinetry may also include some unique items such as glass-fronted cupboards, a slide-out vertical drawer similar to a spice rack or something bigger and more in line with a sliding pantry drawer. Instead of coffee and brandy or spice bottles, the bathroom sliding rack can hold beauty potions, nail polishes and hey, if you want to put brandy in there too, why not? If you add a refrigerated medicine cabinet, then all you will be missing is the stove. Kitchen cabinets often come with a variety of door options. Most of these innovative doors work well in the bathroom as well. You can get medicine cabinets which have hydraulic flip-up doors and built in linen cupboards with pocket doors where the door slides into a pocket in the wall.
Antique Inspired Storage Space
A very popular trend is installing bathroom cabinets that look like they belong in the master suite or in the study. Antiques are particularly popular. Vanities that look like desks, linen closets that look like armoires, and cupboards that look like credenzas are all part of this trend. These vanities can be built from actual or faux antiques. They can make a bathroom look downright opulent especially when paired with a chandelier.
Custom-Built or Ready-Made?
Consider having your cabinets custom-built. Hiring a carpenter will ensure that you make the best use of all available space. Unlike ready-made cabinetry, a carpenter can build drawers of varied types and sizes.
Can You Ever Have Enough Storage Space?
There are so many electrically-powered grooming products to store such as; straightening irons, blow-dryers, electric toothbrushes, water jets, facial cleansing devices, and shavers. From floor-to-ceiling built-in units to free-standing furniture, homeowners have a multitude of options. Remember to pair all that fine cabinetry with the clean, unfussy lines of a crystal clear frameless shower door. Visit our Dallas showroom to see all our frameless options.
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