Reveal Your Inner Beauty
You expect to see your reflection as you approach a medicine cabinet, but how about once you open it up? Take a cue from the luxe models on the market today, and install an interior mirror. The process is fairly straightforward, and the mirror is handy for revealing items lurking in the back of the cabinet.
If you're working with layers and layers of caked-on paint left behind by previous homeowners, your medicine cabinet door may look well past its prime. Fortunately, you can breathe new life into an old door with a little elbow grease, a paint stripper, and a fresh coat in your choice of color.
Make It Stick
Reclaim the Recesses
Even if your home is well past the construction stage, your dreams of custom built-in cabinetry can still come true. The wall cavity between two studs is the perfect space to fit a recessed medicine cabinet, and it offers lots of leeway when it comes to your desired height and width.
Opt for Open Storage
Who says bathroom cabinetry must include a door? Open storage is in, after all. Create an industrial shelving unit for your bathroom using 3/4-inch pipes and reclaimed wood. The open style will encourage you to keep organized.
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