Bathroom remodeling effectively, requires a bathroom remodeling plan, and it is important to
consider and lay out your bathroom cabinetry.
Think about your current bathroom cabinetry, or lack of it, and how it is serving your needs.
Each family and individual has different storage needs.
Begin by determining whether you currently have adequate storage in your bathroom. Also consider
what type of vanity you will put in your new bath. Many of the new vanities are very unique and stylish, but don't
offer much in the way of storage.
While you are planning your bath remodel is the time to decide just what you will need, and what
will fit in the space you have. Use the walls of your bathroom to your best advantage.
Select cabinetry that will be in keeping with the style of the vanity you choose. If you decide on a
traditional vanity and it is wide enough, some space can be gained by having the sink set off to one side rather
than centered. This will leave more useable space underneath either for shelves or drawers.
In a small bathroom closed storage is desireable. Keeping items stored out of sight in a small
bathroom offers a more unified and streamlined look and will make your bath less cluttered giving the impression of
Do some shopping and compare cabinetry. If your bathroom is small, taller units can make good
use of wall space.
Can Current Cabinetry be Salvaged?
Wood cabinets hold up very well over the years if they are not exposed to long term moisture.
Many times bathroom cabinets can be refurbished with a good sanding, a coat of stain and some new updated hardware.
Many stains are available today in a wide range of colors.
Another option is replacing the doors. Often the doors show the most wear and tear, and if the
body of your cabinets are in good shape you can save a substantial sum of money by simply just replacing the