Bathroom Cabinets. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 02:40:16 AM
Good medicine. The old, shallow medicine cabinets have undergone a facelift and functional redesign. Today’s options are deeper with places to plug in appliances, and the mirror faces are sleek and quite secretive: You’d never know there was storage behind them. And now they come with bells and whistles. For instance, Robern makes a medicine cabinet with a television incorporated, a magnifying mirror, or lights. “They are deep enough to hold everything so there’s no clutter on the counter and you don’t need a ton of cabinet drawers,” says Brian Johnson, principal, Collaborative Design Architects, Billings, Mt.
There are two types of medicine cabinets: recessed and surface-mount. Surface-mount cabinets jut into the room. Recessed cabinets, which require more planning to avoid outside walls or walls with plumbing, have a built-in look.
Tall bathroom cabinets are available in a wide variety of styles and materials, so your first decision will be whether you want yours to match the overall design of your bathroom or if you‘d like to take a slight style departure. A tall bathroom cabinet can be a great means of adding visual diversity to a bath space, even if that‘s accomplished simply through the use of bold colors or a unique finish. So consider using a tall bathroom cabinet to add some interest via slight style contrast. If your preference is to adhere to the overall style of the bathroom, tall bathroom cabinets are available in traditional woods, contemporary laminate surfaces, and even cutting-edge, modern metals. As such, you should have no trouble matching the style of your bath space.
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