Picking Out Your Bathroom Cabinets
Among the things you should pick out when remodeling your bathroom, your bathroom cabinets are unique, since they usually provide the only part of the bathroom to display wood, in contrast with the ceramic and other earthen materials of the sink, bathtub, and other fixtures. Despite this difference, though, your bathroom cabinets are important for determining the look of your bathroom. Let's discuss some of the considerations that you should go through when deciding what you should put in for your bathroom cabinets.
The Medicine Cabinet
Among the different bathroom cabinets you can choose from, one that is in most bathrooms is the medicine cabinet. Certainly a useful part of the bathroom, the irony of the medicine cabinet is that the warm temperatures and humidity make it a bad place to store your medicines. However, still useful for storing grooming materials such as soap and shaving cream, a good medicine cabinet can still be a good addition to your bathroom. When choosing, be aware that while the sort that hangs off the wall are easier to install, but those that install inside the wall, so the front is flush with the wall, look better.
Vanities are also common bathroom cabinets, existing to give storage underneath your bathroom sink, but they're also less necessary than you think. For storing grooming items, a good-sized medicine cabinet works best, and often closet space is better for towels. Still, should you look for a vanity for your bathroom, seek out one with sturdy construction and one that fits the size you're looking for. Just as with kitchen cabinets, custom jobs will fit your bathroom better.
Other bathroom cabinets, such as a wall cabinet to replace a vanity, should you choose to do without, can be used in the bathroom, but often other options will work better. For instance, some bathrooms may have a cabinet located above the toilet to store their towels if they're not using the vanity. However, these bathroom cabinets tend to be big and bulky, and it's more often that a simple set of shelves will look better without overwhelming your bathroom.
As you can see, the first choice that you need to make when picking out bathroom cabinets is whether or not to even install some cabinets or whether you should look for some alternate form of storage. Before you even start looking at cabinet facings, make this important decision, as it can influence the look of your bathroom greatly.