- A Guide To Buying Bathroom Cabinets

A Guide To Buying Bathroom Cabinets

As the space in your bathroom is limited, a cabinet is an essential component. Assume you’re in a rush. It is a lot easier to get things done faster when your bathroom is organized. You will be able to shower and dress more quickly. Whether you’re beginning from scratch or rebuilding within pre-determined constraints, establishing your plan should be the first step. Given below is a simple guide to help you buy bathroom cabinets.

Budgeting

New bathroom cabinets may range in price from a few hundred to thousands of dollars. However, there are certain tricks to help offset the expense. For example, hiring a skilled bathroom designer may save you more money than doing it yourself. Designers provide business contacts as well as fantastic pricing with even the most luxurious showrooms.

Size of bathroom cabinets

It’s difficult to choose the proper bathroom cabinets if you don’t know the precise measurements of your bathroom because bathroom cabinets come in a variety of sizes, colors, and styles. While 24-inch, 36-inch, 48-inch, 60-inch, and 72-inch cabinets are the most popular sizes, you don’t have to worry if your bathroom is too tiny for a 24-inch cabinet. You can have a 12-inch cabinet because there are so many different sizes. With so many options for bathroom cabinets, you’ll quickly learn that practically any size, color, or design is possible. All you have to do now is figure out what size bathroom you need.

Materials of bathroom cabinets

The reliability of the material you choose is also of very important. Bathroom cabinets are commonly present in moist, humid, and crowded environments. In this hostile environment, your selected cabinet must be able to survive for years. Wood, medium-density fiberwood, thermofoil and metal are the most used materials. You can choose a wooden cabinet if the environment in your bathroom is certainly pleasant. Only make sure the wood is sealed and coated appropriately. However, if your bathroom’s atmosphere is very harsh, wood is not the ideal option. Also, avoid cabinets that come with a one-year guarantee. Keep yourself protected. Purchase a cabinet with a 2 to 10 years warranty range.

Aesthetics

Storage can sometimes come below appearances in the order of importance when renovating or installing a new bathroom. And with good reason. It’s only when the bathroom is done and completely functional that you understand a wall cabinet was a good idea. Fortunately, adding a cabinet is never too late. Simply make certain that the bathroom cabinet you purchase complements the elegance of your bathroom. Because a storage cabinet is such an important part of the visual aesthetic of your bathroom, select one that either matches or contrasts with your washbasin, shower unit and bath.

Storage of bathroom cabinets

Bathroom cabinets provide you with a long-term storage option. Additionally, choosing a cabinet with drawers that have sections provides you with additional storage. However, you must consider what you actually use in your bathroom. Only then can you estimate how much storage space you’ll require. Make a list of everything that is installed in your bathroom. Organize everything so that you can easily access it. You should now have a good idea of how much space you’ll need.

George Boyadjian
Author: George Boyadjian

George Boyadjian has 22 years experience in the kitchen and bathroom remodeling, cabinet making & finish carpentry field with C6 license from CSLB# 856973