Published at Friday, 28 May 2021. Bathroom Cabinets. By Taylor Carlos.
Base cabinets are versatile and can be used creatively to solve storage problems in small rooms. They can include shelves and/or storage drawers. Most commonly they are used in vanities but can also be used as an island, peninsula or room divider. They can be installed to fill empty spaces, such as under a window, or in front of a commode for privacy.
Storage cabinet towers have become one of the best ways to optimize space in a bathroom, and they add an instant custom look. They can be added to a vanity for handy storage and to separate dual sink areas. The counter-to-ceiling interior shelves can be used for many items including towels. A drawer or a lift-up door can be added to the configuration to store small bathroom appliances to keep them in reach, but out of sight.
A transitional vanity represents the middle ground between a traditional vanity and a modern vanity. The elaborate carvings, hardware, and flourishes of traditional vanities are more subdued when it comes to transitional pieces. Yet, they avoid being so subdued that they become boring. This is where the modern style lends transitional vanities excitement through bold color contrasts, modern proportions, and brushed metal hardware.
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