Bathrooms tend to have less space for storage most times, so what we need to look for are cabinets that would maximize the available space. Although we do not keep heavy tools in bathrooms, an ideal cost cutting material would be plastic. Perfect for the steamy atmosphere and the moisture that only a bathroom generates.
Ready to assemble cabinets are also a popular choice. Most are quite sturdy enough, and some you can even keep your sense of style without breaking the bank.
It’s true that some ready-made plastic cabinets can look a little flimsy, so if plastic is not for you then you can go for the nice looking RTA cabinets. Some of these very stylish RTA cabinets and vanities you can get at affordable prices. So cheap does not always mean it’s substandard and nasty. You would save a lot of money with these RTA cabinets as they are compact, ready to ship from the store when you buy them. Once you receive the lot, then you start building your own cabinet from scratch.
For smaller bathrooms, you may want to choose taller free standing cabinets and maximize the open available space. Just make sure you have got the right measurements of the space you want to fill so you may get the right size cabinet when you buy.
You can get RTA cabinets made of lower quality particle boards, and then some of the more hardy and durable hardwood, that are designed to hold a reasonable amount of weight and could be used as a cost cutting way to store all your bathroom stuff so that you do away with the clutter. Besides, how strong do you need it to be anyway as there’s not much bathroom items that would be heavyweight really.
In this modern day, we don’t really have to sacrifice style too much to furnish our bathrooms as the range is just too wide than you would think. Take a look at RTA cabinets and vanities for bathrooms here at IKEA.
IKEA had always offered low prices but not at the buyers’ expense or the environment. IKEA ensures that the wood that it uses to produce its many products, come only from forests that are responsibly managed. It has always been a condition in its manufacturing processes that they do not accept illegally gotten wood.
The wood that only find its way to IKEA’s warehouses are those certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, which is the only forest certification standard that IKEA supports. With this commitment to the environment, IKEA would like to ensure that when customers’ purchase IKEA products, they would be confident that these are high standard quality items.
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