How to get the most out of your bathroom vanity cabinets

Bathroom vanity cabinets serve a dual purpose in the modern bathroom. First, they hold up the bathroom sink and hide the plumbing so the bathroom can be a beautiful room in which to relax in a hot tub after a hard day. Second, they provide additional storage space. Here we are going to take a look at how to get the most out of your bathroom vanity cabinets.

These accessories are usually made of wood. Depending on how your bathroom is decorated, you may have several types of wood to choose from. You may have in mind a dark countertop with a white sink and light colored wood for the cabinet. You may choose to go with a light countertop to match a light colored sink and use a darker wood to build the vanity cabinet. The options are almost limitless.

Many people like to have a marble sink and countertop molded together. In this case, not only will the color of the wood be important, but the type of wood will need to be strong enough to support the weight of the marble accessories.

Decorating the room is one of the many functions of bathroom cabinets, so it will take a lot of thought to choose materials and color schemes.

In addition to enhancing the appearance of the bathroom, the vanity cabinet is often built with cabinet doors and drawers for storage. Depending on whether the main presence in the bathroom is male or female, or equally shared, the layout and content of the storage space can vary greatly.

Women will usually want to keep all of their cosmetics in one drawer, as the containers are often small. Then they’ll have quick access when they decide to put on their makeup or freshen up before a night out. Other grooming items, such as hair clippers and roller sets, can also be stored in the dresser cabinet drawers.

Cabinet space is often devoted to linen storage. Towels and washcloths to be used in the bathroom often have a priority location for easy access. If space allows, some people also like to keep extra linens and sheets in the cabinet space inside the bathroom vanity. Of course, if the space is used in this way, one will want to waterproof the cabinet space to protect clean sheets in the event of a leak.

There are many other things that can be stored inside a bathroom vanity cabinet so that they are easily accessible without being too obvious. Plungers, toilet brushes, cleaning supplies and more can be conveniently stored close to where they will be used.

Getting the most out of bathroom vanity cabinets rests entirely on the decisions you make when designing or remodeling your home. In addition to adding beauty to a room, they serve the useful purpose of concealing plumbing and providing storage space for a wide range of things that may be needed in or near the bathroom.

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