Our team here at Rudisill Cabinet Shop understands that you care about your home, and we want to help you make it the best it can be. In terms of your overall comfort, one of the most important rooms in any home is the bathroom. While the toilet, sink, and shower are the fundamental features of the bathroom, a good bathroom design will also include storage space such as bathroom cabinets. In this article, our team will go over how to design effective bathroom cabinets that suit your needs.
- Determine Layout. Before you do anything else, decide where your bathroom cabinets are going to be, as well as what size you will need. If your cabinets are going to be part of the vanity and sink, make sure that you have enough space to accommodate all of those functions.
- One Sink or Two? While we’re on the topic of the bathroom sink, decide whether you want to include a single or double sink. If your bathroom cabinets are 60 inches or more in length, then your vanity can comfortably house two sinks, but if not, then your best option is a single sink. Even with a single sink, though, you can still play around with positioning, placing it in the center of the cabinet block, or to the left or right end, depending on your needs and tastes.
- Consider What You’ll Be Storing. When designing any cabinets, bathroom cabinets included, it’s a good idea to think about what exactly you will be storing in them before you finalize a design. Do you need your cabinet to hold cleaning supplies? Grooming tools such as hair brushes or curling irons? Grooming products? Bandages or medical supplies? Knowing these kinds of answers can help you optimize your cabinet design.