Four Ways To Customize Your Bathroom Cabinets

Are you getting ready to remodel your bathroom and turn it into the kind of bathroom you always wanted? If so, you'll need some custom cabinets to really bring everything together. Here are some ways that you can customize your cabinets.

In Drawer Power Outlet

Everyone has a variety of items they use in the bathroom that require power. It could be something as simple as an electric toothbrush, a power shaver, or a hair dryer that gets used on a daily basis. The problem with these items is that they often sit on the counter and take up space when they are plugged in.

One unique solution to this problem is to customize your bathroom cabinet drawers, with a company like Gerald L Scott Custom Cabinetry or another local service. You can actually place power outlets in drawers, so that items can remain plugged in and out of sight. Now you can take your hair dryer out, use it, and put it away without having a mess on your countertops.

Pull Out Trash Can

Every bathroom has a trash can, but you likely don't want to look at it all the time when it is not being used. Pull out trash cans are quite popular in kitchens, so why not bring that convenience to your bathroom? A pull out trash can keeps the trash out of sight, and can also help contain odors so that they are not in the bathroom's open space. 

Soft Close Doors and Drawers

Have you ever been woken up in the morning by the sound of someone slamming doors and drawers in the bathroom? This problem has a very simple solution. You can add soft close mechanisms on all your doors and drawers so that they never slam again. If anyone in your household wakes up early to get ready for school or work, this feature will be very much appreciated. 

Built In Step Stool

Do you have children in your home that are not tall enough to reach the sink to brush their teeth and wash their hands? The obvious solution may be to have a step stool that you are constantly tripping over in the bathroom. If you are customizing your bathroom cabinets, you can create a built in step stool that allows your kids to reach the sink with ease. 

The step stoop works very much like a hidden cutting board in a kitchen, but with much more stability. It simply pulls out from the bottom of the cabinet and gives them enough height to reach the sink with ease. 


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