Keeping your bathroom clean and organized is challenging without enough storage. Eliminate the clutter with custom cabinets from Brothers Cabinetry Company — they add warmth, style, and function to bathrooms of all shapes and sizes.
Why are bathroom cabinets and vanities popular?
Bathrooms are an afterthought in floor plans — maximizing the square footage in other rooms means they get shortchanged. Fixtures are the top priority while storage takes a back seat.
Custom bathroom cabinets offer a unique solution that enhances the flow and function of your space. The design experts at Brothers Cabinetry Company will show you how.
Why are bathroom vanities lower than kitchen cabinets?
Vanities come in a variety of heights — the standard is 32 inches to allow children to reach the sink.
Today, 36-inch comfort-height models with recessed sinks take the pain out of handwashing for adults while lower countertops can accommodate popular vessel sinks.
Types of Bathroom Cabinets
• Floating Cabinets
Floating cabinets are mounted to the wall above the floor — they’re sleek, modern, and they make small bathrooms look spacious. Existing plumbing can be an obstacle in some homes. Ask the experts at Brothers Cabinetry Company if floating cabinets are right for you.
• Over-the-toilet Cabinets
Make the most of vertical space in a cramped bathroom with an over-the-toilet cabinet. Etageres have a limited footprint, providing open or closed shelving above the toilet tank for all your essentials.
• Linen Towers
Keep a fresh supply of towels at arms reach in a linen tower. Custom options optimize the use of corners and make the most of your precious floor space.
• Wall Cabinets
Wall cabinets above a vanity or toilet add both aesthetic appeal and valuable storage space — mirrored doors do double duty. Recessed cabinets give the illusion of largeness.
Custom Bathroom Cabinet Features
Brothers Cabinetry Company can create custom designs with convenience features like these and more.
• Recessed Toe Kick
Toe kicks create a recessed area for your feet beneath a vanity. Unlike floating models, enclosed kicks cover plumbing that runs through the floor.
• Open Shelving
Open shelves offer the most versatile storage potential possible. Fill them with decorative baskets, accessories and organizers — swap them out when your needs evolve, or it’s time for a fresh look.
• Specialty Hardware
Dampen noise in your bathroom with soft-close drawer slides and door hinges. Brother Cabinetry Company offers low-angle hinges so cabinet doors in tight spaces won’t open far enough to damage walls or fixtures.
• Make-up Vanities
Make-up vanities are like Hollywood dressing rooms — offering a comfortable space to sit while providing close-up lighting and plenty of drawers for cosmetics and brushes.
There’s not much floor space to work with in the average bathroom. When square inch counts, make the most of it with stylish and practical custom cabinets from Brothers Cabinetry Company