How to De-Clutter the Bathroom: Vanity Cabinets
Many of us know the feeling of frustration in the bathroom when we can’t find a product thanks to the vast amount of lotions and potions that have overtaken the whole room. It is easy for modern bathrooms to become cluttered as our daily toiletries seem to be increasing as the size of the bathroom is decreasing.
Size and space is now a huge issue in bathrooms nowadays as houses and rooms are becoming much smaller. More than never, we need to fully utilize any space we do have and only keep essential bathroom items in the bathroom storage and furniture. The best way to organize the bathroom and ensure it stays tidy is to implement as many storage facilities as possible.
To de-clutter a bathroom and manage what space you have effectively, you have to find attractive storage solutions. To give the bathroom a minimalist feel and make sure the room will be kept spotless and clutter-free, install a stylish vanity unit. Combining the wash basin with storage is an effortless, contemporary approach which will definitely improve any bathroom.
Choosing a vanity unit
Most people have a large chunk of space underneath their wash basin that at present is completely wasted. This space can be utilised by having a vanity unit fitted, where people can store the items they use in the washbasin underneath the sink for easy reach. Vanity units come in all different styles, and most are stylish enough to improve the appearance of the room as well as implement a practical storage solution.
Modern vanity units come in a variety of styles; incorporating draws, cupboards or both so you can choose the most effective type of storage for you and your household. Combining the wash basin and vanity unit is a stylish concept, perfect for the minimalist look of small bathrooms and en-suites. However, large bathroom vanities are also becoming popular as a contemporary focal point of the bathroom, and can even incorporate two wash basins. This is an appealing idea for larger bathrooms, where couples can implement a ‘His and Hers’ style and reap the benefits of a bigger surface and a larger storage space underneath the basins.
Choosing a vanity unit is all down to your individual style and what will compliment the décor and furniture already a part of your bathroom. If your bathroom space is restricted, then you will obviously have a more limited choice to select from, and you will have to choose a vanity unit based more on practicality than how it looks. A corner vanity unit is an ideal solution for those extra small spaces such as en-suites and downstairs toilets.
Alternatively, you may be drawn to a vanity unit because of its pleasing exterior, and how beautiful it would look in your bathroom. Maybe you’re impressed with soft-close mechanisms on doors and draws, especially if you have young children who can trap their fingers. Whichever element you choose first, all vanity units will serve a dual purpose; a functional storage space and an eye-catching bathroom feature.