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A bathroom is a place where we bath, shower and grooming every day. It pays to take some time to think about how to fight bathroom clutter.
Customised built-in bathroom cabinets are particularly practical and handy. It is an ideal option that maximising every inch of bathroom space and takes out all the clutter. Alongside serving as a support for your sink and offering precious counter and storage space, a bathroom cabinet/vanity is also the focus of most bathrooms. A well-designed and outstanding bathroom cabinet can elevate the space into luxury interior design territory!
Abundant storage space is a must for every bathroom, so choosing the right cabinets, shelves and drawers for placing all your bathroom essentials is crucial. However, it is equally essential that the design is aesthetically pleasing.
You also have to keep an eye on the costs. We should choose the materials of bathroom cabinets carefully, to ensure its durability and therefore, lifespan.
We specialise in providing high-quality custom-made bathroom cabinets. With smart and creative storage solutions, with many styles to suit every taste, we aim to maximise your bathroom space at affordable price tags!
Design/Storage Ideas for Bathroom Cabinets
Bathroom cabinets and its accessories should be strategically laid out to ensure they are functional and fit the needs of the whole family. Our carpenters and designers are experienced to show you all the best suitable options, in terms of materials, bathroom cabinet assembly and layout, not just the most expensive ones. Here, we have summarised a few useful ideas for the bathroom cabinets/vanities. Explore and find out more about how to create a luxury bathroom that you feel like showing off, yet at a competitive price tag!
Manage bathroom clutter by using some creative hidden drawers, or built-in storage underneath the sink. The ones with deep drawers will be ideal for storing bulky items. Smaller drawers help divide bath essentials even more by function or type.
Custom-built cabinets with doors and drawers might be a bit more expensive compared to those open storage. However, they are unique, and in a bathroom, they can work miracles to manage the clutter.
For a smaller or cramped bathroom, you can opt for a wall hung bathroom cabinet/vanity. It will free up floor space and give you the illusion of a more spacious bathroom.
When you are planning where to place the bathroom cabinet/vanity, you should keep in mind of the existing plumbing, to avoid extra costs for the relocation.
The bathroom cabinet with a his-and-hers setup (double sink) creates elegant feels. Keep your sink options clean lines and simple. A timeless look stone benchtop will further enhance its glamour.
Material Options For Bathroom Cabinets
To increase the lifespan of your bathroom cabinets, you must ensure that you choose the right material.
Solid wood is the desired choice for bathroom cabinets. Solid hardwood is a natural product that creates the impactful earthy look and feel. However, solid wood cabinets are more expensive, and they need extra care to protect it from humidity changes in bathrooms.
Plywood is another common material for bathroom cabinets. Multiple thin layers of wood, glue them together at an angle of up to 90 degrees will create the plywood. While it is cheaper than solid hardwood, it can vary substantially in thickness as well as quality, and it looks slightly low-class. Avoid plywood if you would like to achieve a more luxurious finish in your bathroom.
Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF)
Medium-density fiberboard (MDF) is a better option for plywood. MDF is a synthesised material made from hardwood or softwood residuals, resin, and wax. Put all these materials under high pressure and heat will form the MDF. It is more affordable and durable and can offer excellent strength. The feedbacks for MDF cabinets are always positive, especially its enduring durability.
Wood veneer refers to a thin layer of wood (typically less than 2mm) that pasted onto particleboard, wood or MDF to create flat panels. Wood veneer is lightweight and more affordable compared to solid hardwood.
As for the benchtop, you can choose from a wide selection of materials, such as stone, marble, glass, timber, or porcelain. Marble benchtops are quite popular as they offer a timeless look. However, the marble slab reacts to acids badly, and we need to put extra care to upkeep the marble benchtops.