Are you easing into a larger remodel with a bathroom update? Although bathrooms appear to be simple, they still require a lot of thought and careful planning. With a smaller space, it’s important to look at how to maximize storage and choose the right features and style. Here are 3 tips on how to choose the right bathroom cabinets for your remodel.


Tip #1: Make a List

Keep in mind what kind of bathroom remodel this will be. A powder room, a kid’s bathroom, or a master bathroom? Will you need to bathe the kids in this bathroom? Do you need cabinet storage to accommodate an ensuite? This all needs forethought. Make a list of items to be stored like shampoo’s, razors, kids bubble-bath, or towels, so you know how much vanity storage to look for.

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Tip #2: Choose Your Features

When looking at interior cabinet accessories, it can be easy to get wrapped up in upgrades. The key is to identify which would be most effective in improving your storage within your budget. If you want the laundry pull-out but find yourself digging in the back of your cabinet for hairspray, rollout trays may be the better choice. Whether you use wall cabinet towers or linen closets, go through your checklist, and make sure your design will optimize your storage needs.

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Tip #3: Select Your Style

A bathroom remodel is a great chance to experiment with style and color. After all, you’re updating a secluded room so why not try something unique? Feel free to have fun with door styles, color, and who knows, maybe some… designer wallpaper. Keep in mind the style of the rest of your home. If you aren’t updating other rooms for a while or the overall style is prominent like craftsman, it would look out of place to have a contemporary bathroom.

 

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At the end of the day, have fun working with this space and choose colors, style, and storage that speaks to you. If you have questions on how to pair styles or what cabinets you can fit in your bathroom, talk to a designer and they can guide you towards your dream bathroom.

 

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