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Do you always feel like you are running out of bathroom space, no matter how often you tidy up or reorganize? If so, it may be time to upgrade your bathroom storage. This month on the blog we have been exploring the ways that custom, non-built-in cabinetry can add beauty while also enhancing the everyday function of the room; we started in the kitchen, moved on to some living spaces, and today we are going to talk about improving your bathroom by adding cabinetry and vanities.
A Simple Vanity
Adding a vanity to your bathroom is probably one of the simplest, most cost-effective ways to give your bathroom a makeover. A vanity can be ordered and installed in under a week’s time—now that’s certainly something you can’t say about every renovation. At Cabinets & Designs we carry several excellent options for bathroom vanities. Our selection of Jeffrey Alexander vanity cabinets have solid, furniture-style construction, and countertops are made of solid granite, marble, or porcelain—no composites or fillers.
Another thing we love about the Jeffrey Alexander line of vanity cabinets is the price, which truly makes it an affordable luxury that will enhance both the décor and the function of your bathroom.
A Little More Space
If simply adding a vanity won’t add enough storage, consider a custom bathroom vanity from Wood-Mode—or go even further by adding a tub surround, linen cabinet, new sinks and hardware, and more. The sky is the limit if you are committed to a complete bathroom overhaul, and Wood-Mode’s quality and craftsmanship are guaranteed. High-quality materials, elegant designs, and thoughtful details make Wood-Mode’s custom bath cabinetry a natural choice for the homeowner who wants to turn their bathroom into a stylish retreat.
Before You Renovate
Even a small renovation can be stressful for some—it’s normal, we assure you. A small vanity installation won’t likely interfere too much with your everyday life, but a big bathroom renovation can become inconvenient, fast. Here are a few tips to remember:
- Before you start: Make a list of all of your “must-haves” and create a budget, and then meet with a professional to discuss details—especially if there will be plumbing or wiring involved; don’t forget to ask if your designer is CKBD-certified.
- During the renovation: Be patient, communicate with your designer (if you are using one), and stick to your budget. Run last-minute changes through your designer; changing an order, or ordering new hardware, can create a multitude of problems that can cost time and money.
- The afterglow: Enjoy your beautiful new bathroom! You earned it!