Fitted Furniture for Space in the Bathroom

Fitted Furniture for Space in the Bathroom

The bathroom is inevitably the smallest room in your home which is kind of ironic since it is one of the most used rooms in any house.  The bathroom is more than just where we bathe and do our business, most people get ready for work in the bathroom.  We have more towels and grooming products than ever before and we need a place to put everything.  Most bathrooms have little to no storage with the exception of maybe a medicine cabinet or perhaps what’s available under the sink.  That is where fitted furniture comes in and helps you to create more space.

Wall Units

Built in wall units are the ideal choice to give you more space to organize and put everything away in the bathroom.  If you want to keep things neat and tidy you can attach wall units in a variety of shapes and sizes.  They are available in a bunch of different styles to suit the décor of your bathroom, whether you want dark woods or something lighter to make the room look more spacious.  Fitted furniture for the bathroom is pretty inexpensive and it won’t put too big a dent in your budget.

Easy Install

If you’re handy with a drill and screwdriver you can easily install fitted bathroom furniture yourself.  You just need to make sure you have everything in the right position before you start attaching things to the wall.  Most fitted furniture is built ready to install you don’t have to cut anything, but if you are putting in a vanity then you may have to accommodate the pipes under the sink.  Be very careful making cuts or you could end up destroying your fitted furniture if you are not comfortable doing it yourself then a local home improvement store should be able to recommend someone that can do it for you.

Hire a Plumber

If need be you may want to call in a plumber to install your vanity.  Water can damage newly installed furniture in minutes if you don’t know what you’re doing.  If part of installing your fitted furniture involves toilets or sinks then you can bring in a plumber to take care of the issue for you.  Make sure any professional that you hire is high quality and knows exactly what they are doing.  The last thing you want is to destroy your bathroom while in the process of trying to make it better.