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Sillybowtie
« on: March 18, 2013 03:15:39 PM »



I have a bathroom just like this one (the house down the street if for sale) and I need more storage.
We are very handy people and could redo the bathroom ourselves but I think we need to get custom cabinets to fit the shape of the room. I would like to have shelving/drawers in the middle part but think it might be a lot of wasted space. Also building a cabinet on top of the counter.

Any thoughts or suggestions about storage under the sink areas?
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rebecnik
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2013 06:10:46 AM »

What about doing recessed cabinets in that wall on the left? They wouldn't be very deep, but you could make them pretty wide. This is an incredible set-up, by the way. I'm jealous. We just bought a house last Friday, and the bathroom is our least favorite part. The sink is pedestal style, so there are no cabinets or drawers or even a counter. The sink just barely, *barely* fits in the clearance of 32", so even when we replace it with a sink/counter/cabinet combo, it's going to be tiny.
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