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Best Bathroom Cabinet Utility Designs by Experts of San Fernando Valley

by Elias Deukmajian | Bathroom Remodel

Having a set of cabinets that looks beautiful but doesn’t hold what you need it to can be disappointing, as can having cabinets that do their job but are a real eyesore. Your cabinets need to be in perfect equilibrium between form and function, so that you’re proud to show them off and can still have a nice and organized space.

This article is going to focus on some of the best bathroom cabinet design ideas for you from experts from the San Fernando Valley. Remember, you’ll need to find the right design that fits your own unique style.

Add Some Color

If you’re doing research on bathroom cabinetry, chances are your bathroom looks pretty bland. We’re used to seeing neutral, bleak colors in our bathrooms. In doing this, we lose a chance to make our own personal statement in a place we spend a good amount of our time in. Why not add a little color to your cabinets and bring a little charm to your bathroom?

We recommend a nice, bold color for bathrooms that have an otherwise neutral color scheme composed of mostly blacks, whites, grays and tans. We think that adding a spark of color to your cabinets can make them a real eye-catcher for guests and can spice up your home.

Built-in Cabinets

For a sleek, modern look, consider having cabinets built into the walls in your bathroom. Not only does this make for an incredible look, you’ll be surprised at just how much it opens up the room. Suddenly, the room feels twice as big.

Don’t worry about losing out on space. If anything, you’ll be able to fit more with built-in cabinets. You can use sliding cabinets or traditional cabinet doors, the choice is entirely up to you. For a project like this, you may want to consider hiring a professional to help with the installation.

Repurposed Standalone Cabinets

We’re always a big fan of repurposing or reusing old furniture for the positive impact it can have on the environment. Vintage cabinets can make for a very neat and cute piece to add to your bathroom. Thankfully, the vintage look is very hot right now, so you’ll feel good and feel current with your new decision.

Don’t limit your search to just old cabinets. Get creative and feel free to try out other pieces, such as an old bureau or drawer. Check out local antique stores, yard sales and scour the internet for any sort of vintage furniture that catches your eye. You’ll find that the hunt is half the fun.

Maximize Your Storage

This is for those of us who have a bit more in the bathroom than the average homeowner. If you find that your cabinets and counters are overflowing, use some of these tips to maximize and organize your cabinet storage.

We have found that using organized boxes in the cabinets for each different type of product that we have is very helpful for organizing things. When things are tidy, they tend to take up less space. You may also want to consider using built-in cabinets.

Behind the Mirror Cabinet

It’s a look as old as the mirror itself. Behind the mirror, the shelves hold all your toiletries and personal products. We think this look is timeless yet still sleek and modern. It’s hard to go wrong with this design. Consider sprucing it up by adding a motion-sensored LED light inside the cabinet so you can see everything you need the moment you open the mirror cabinet.

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Come to Kitchen Emporium for Help

The kitchen and bathroom experts at Kitchen Emporium would love to help you find the perfect cabinets for your home. We know how important feeling proud of your home is to you, and we will make sure that you are happy with your remodeling decision.

We proudly serve several Southern California areas, including the San Fernando Valley, San Diego and San Marcos. We love our customers and think that they continue to choose us because of our unmatched customer service and great prices. If you have any questions or would like to speak to one of our experts, give us a call or visit either of our locations in Chatsworth and San Diego.

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