A Guide to choosing bathroom cabinets

Adding a new bathroom cabinet to your bathroom can transform the look and can help a dated bathroom look modern and sleek. Cabinets also have the benefit of adding extra storage space to one of the smallest rooms in the house.

With so many types of bathroom cabinet on the market, it can be hard to decide which one to choose. Here is a handy guide to the most popular types of bathroom cabinets.

Mirrored Cabinets

Possibly the most popular design for bathroom cabinets, mirrored cabinets are a great option for small bathrooms as they combine the storage space of a standard cabinet with a mirror to help save space.

Mirrored bathroom cabinets are available in a range of different sizes for 1 door to 3 door cabinets and usually have the option of built-in lights to make it easier to see what you’re doing when shaving or applying makeup.

Tall Bathroom Cabinets

Tall bathroom cabinets are great for when space is at a premium; these cabinets maximise the storage space whilst taking up minimal floor space. Available in a range of different styles and designs, tall bathroom cabinets can come with optional doors, lockable cupboards and even mirrors to fit your exact needs.

Lockable cabinets

Great for when you have children who use the bathroom too, lockable bathroom cabinets can be used to store all of your cleaning chemicals and expensive items away from little fingers and mouths.

Moveable Bathroom Storage

Sometimes you have products that you use all over the bathroom such as shampoos and conditioners and having to move them to different parts of the bathroom when needed can be a chore. Moveable bathroom storage is a great option in these cases as the storage unit can be easily moved to other parts of the bathroom when needed and stored back in the corner when not in use.

Choosing a bathroom cabinet can be tough, but once you have chosen the type and cabinet that best suits the room you can choose from various high quality brands such as Roper Rhodes, Bauhaus or HIB.

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