When it comes to designing your bathroom, it’s important to make sure you find the right style and organization that fits with your bathroom routines. Whether you’re planning to buy a new home or remodeling, it can be expensive and stressful. Finding the right cabinets for your bathroom can end up becoming more difficult than kitchen cabinets because of the smaller space. You’ve got to ask yourself, what is your bathroom routine? What would you like to include in your bathroom? What in your bathroom needs improvement? Here are just a few suggestions to help you design your dream bathroom.
Before you start your demolition of the bathroom, take inventory of all your items. Think about how you would like your items to be stored away or displayed. How many cabinets can you fit in your bathroom to help minimize storage space and exposure? Today’s cabinets include organization, for instance cosmetic trays, drawer organizers, appliance organizers, and even places for your electronic toothbrush.
Always remember to stick to your budget, especially when you’re doing a remodeling project. Before you get started, do some research. Check online to see what is available, flip through magazines, talk with professionals. Start a wishlist and what is necessary along with price tags. Always expect the unexpected, because you never know if you have to replace one pipe or all of them. Plan to add at least 30 percent cushion into your budget for those big surprises.
There are four basic grades of cabinets to choose from including, Ready-to-assemble (RTA), Stock, Semi-Custom, and Custom. The ready-to-assemble cabinets are the cheapest grade with the least amount of quality of materials. They come boxed, requiring assembly, and sometimes not arriving in the best quality. Stock grade is commonly more affordable but does offer little variety in color and style. Semi-custom grade offers a wide range of styles, finishes and materials but doesn’t provide a fully tailored fit. Custom built grade cabinets have no limit in style, material, finishes and decorative elements.
Accessories can add appeal and create a beautiful look. Making everything look identical is more ideal, like hinges, knobs, and pulls. But don’t just think about these accessories for their looks, but think of them for the ease of use. Some cabinets in bathrooms can come with pull out drawers with electrical outlets for your convenience. You can also take into consideration slow gliding drawers to help protect against them being slammed on accident. What about a double sick or a vanity? You can talk with your professionals here at Out of the Woods Custom Cabinetry about customizing your bathroom accessories.
Whether you want to remodel and redesign your bathroom, our professionals at Out of the Woods Custom Cabinetry are here to help you with any situation. We can do all the installation for you so you don’t have to worry about it. We can also assist you with customizing your bathroom organization, accessories, and designing the perfect cabinets for your dream bathroom. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our excellent team.