Published at Wednesday, 22 December 2021. Bathroom Cabinets. By Davis Harold.
Storage under your sink storage never hurts. Drawers or cabinets designed to fit the dimensions of your sink are a constructive idea to utilize space that would otherwise be left unused. Keep your fresh linen and bathroom products here. It’s easily accessible when you need it and hidden too.
Most of the limited floor space will be taken up by the shower stall, the bathtub, the toilet, and the vanity. To install more cabinets, you have to consider the walls. Go as high as you can reach. Consider dual-purpose items such as a bathroom mirror cabinet. Wall cabinets can be narrow and use even the smallest corners to add more storage space.
When space is tight, recessed cabinets may provide a solution. In this arrangement, cabinetry is placed in a large niche so that the cabinets don't take up floor space in the main area of the bathroom.
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