Your bathroom may be one of the smallest rooms in your home, but it’s probably one of the busiest, too. If you’re looking to improve your bathroom’s overall functionality and organization and amp up its style, custom cabinets are a great place to start! In this month’s blog, we discuss the benefits of custom bathroom cabinets and share some ideas to get you inspired.

Benefits of Custom Bathroom Cabinets

Whether you’re remodeling your home, or building a new one, custom bathroom cabinets provide many benefits:

1. Maximized Storage

A lot of activity takes place in your bathroom, making it especially important to maximize whatever storage space is available to you. “Custom bathroom cabinets are made to fit the exact dimensions of your bathroom, so no space is wasted,” explains Simon Thomas, supervisor at The Woodworks, Cormack Construction’s woodworking division.

2. Customized Storage Options

Want divided and layered drawers to neatly store and organize your make-up and toiletries? How about a visually intriguing storage tower for your towels? Or a built-in armoire with laundry storage? You can get this and more with customized bathroom cabinets. 

3. Unlimited Design Options

Whether you’re looking for a light and modern design or a warm, rustic feel, custom cabinets provide a look that suits your style and personality. “With custom bathroom cabinets, a homeowner can choose from virtually any combination of wood, paint and stain finishes, and hardware--getting the exact style they want,” Simon points out.

4. Quality Construction

Your bathroom gets a lot of daily use--think about how many times your drawers and cabinet doors are opened and closed every day! This ongoing use subjects your cabinets to a lot of wear and tear. Custom bathroom cabinets from Cormack are handcrafted with the finest materials so you know they will last for years to come.

Designing Your Custom Bathroom Cabinets

When it comes to custom bathroom cabinets, you are only limited by your imagination. To get started on your design, think about how your bathroom is going to be used. For example, will it be a main bathroom used by multiple family members, or first-floor bathroom primarily used by guests? Also think about what you will store in your bathroom cabinets. Toiletries and makeup? Towels? Medications? 

From there, get inspired by visiting sites like Pinterest or Houzz. Ask your custom bathroom cabinet builder to share some photos from their project gallery.

Custom Bathroom Cabinets in in NH’s White Mountains, Lake Region, and Western Maine

Looking for hand-crafted custom bathroom cabinets that are built to last? Contact the award-winning professionals at Cormack Construction.

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