Published at Friday, 10 September 2021. Bathroom Cabinets. By Miller Niles.
Instead of a free-standing sink, it might be better to use a sink with a cabinet underneath. You can buy one from a store or recycle an old cabinet by cutting out space for the sink at the top. Add legs if it doesn’t have them already to keep the bottom dry.
If you have a decent-sized bathroom, then consider installing a vanity cabinet that can serve as the focal point of the space. This must be wider than the mirrors and sinks to make room for workspace on the counter. The ideal cabinet has plenty of drawers to organize makeup and hygiene products.
A powder room does not require the extra storage and space that a main bathroom or en suite needs as it’s generally a space reserved for guests. With that in mind, a powder room bathroom vanity can be sleek and simple. This particular design pairs a simple white bathroom cabinet with a partly-sunken sink and chrome mixer. The black mirror is a nice contrast against the all-white space, and it draws the eye upwards. A nice feature here is the built-in shelf in the mirror frame, perfect for holding hand soap or other guest necessities.
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