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Bathroom Cabinets Buying Guide

Storage in your bathroom is a pretty big deal - you need somewhere to keep all those spare towels and toiletries, after all. Fortunately, you have a lot of choice nowadays when it comes to bathroom cabinets. Today we're telling you about all the options, so you can make the best decision for your own bathroom.

Vanities...
For most people, bathroom vanity cabinets are the ideal choice for storage. A vanity is a cupboard that has a mirrored door, so it's dual purpose. You can use the mirror for shaving whilst having hidden storage space behind. The down side of going with vanities is that the storage space does tend to be limited. A corner vanity, one that slides into a corner of your bathroom, is a good compromise, since you still get the mirror, but you get a little more storage than you would with a simple over the sink vanity.

Fixture Cabinets...
There are two main kinds of fixture cabinets, those that go under the sink, and those that go behind the toilet. Under sink cabinets tend to be popular choices, since you're using what would otherwise be dead space. You can get a fair amount of space in an under the sink storage solution. Behind the toilet cabinets are fairly new to the UK market, and whilst you do get a little extra storage out of them, it's worth remembering that a lot of the space will end up being filled with the workings of the toilet, so it might not be the best choice for you.

Overhead Cabinets...
Finally, you can fix overhead cabinets to the bathroom wall, in the same way as you do in the kitchen. Again, this makes use of otherwise dead space, and gives a lot of storage. Overhead cabinets will only work in bathrooms with higher ceilings though, since they will cramp smaller bathrooms.