Chauvet Teamely. Bathrooms Cabinets. January 09th , 2018.
If for some reason you can‘t find the espresso cabinets and vanity that suits your design goals, you could consider purchasing unfinished cabinets and staining or painting them in an espresso tone. This way, you‘re sure to match the overall design of the bath space, as well as incorporate the espresso color you‘re looking for.
Conversely, if you want to ensure the cabinet matches the bathroom style, materials are likely to be one of the main considerations. For more traditional bathroom, wooden linen cabinets are more common, whereas contemporary or modern bathrooms may be more likely to feature sleek, modern laminate or even metal cabinets.
Most towels are made of cotton, but the look and feel of towels largely depends on what type of cotton is used. Towels designed and priced for everyday use are made of standard cotton, while Egyptian cotton is considered the crème de la crème of towel fabrics. These more expensive towels have longer, more-fibrous threads, meaning that each towel will have more moisture-sucking loops per inch. The ultra-soft, super-fluffy bath towels found in high-end spas and hotels are typically Egyptian cotton or increasingly, the American-grown version, called pima cotton, which offers a similarly luxurious look and feel.
Alternatively, if you have a bit more space, you can include both vanity cabinets and standalone cabinets. Standalone cabinets are particularly useful for storing towels and other linens, as well as bulkier bath accessories like hair dryers. They can also be a great place to house guest amenities like extra soap and shampoo.
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