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Make Your Small Bathroom Functional

Make Your Small Bathroom Functional

  How to Make Your Small Bathroom Functional We’d all love to come home to a sprawling bathroom with a stand-alone shower, jacuzzi bathtub, and his and her sinks. The reality is more likely to be coming home to your all-in-one tub and shower, single sink, and the thought of a larger bathroom. If you have a small bathroom, you know the struggles that come with them: minimal counter space, no storage, and little floor space. Trying to make everything fit can feel like a big jigsaw puzzle. The latest in bathroom design trends will have you rethinking your style and stepping away from the cookie-cutter plan. If you’re ready to make changes, keep reading! Cabinets Made EZ offers solutions to make your small bathroom functional in a few easy steps! Storage Use the corners. While they are common in small bathrooms, pedestal sinks offer a small base, leaving you more floor space. However, pedestal sinks offer no storage space, which is needed. Corner sinks with bases solve both problems. Floor space is opened up and creates under-sink storage for towels and bathroom necessities. If moving your sink is not an option, a diagonal wall cabinet will provide the storage space you need. Use the walls. Be creative using cabinets. For example, a wall bridge cabinet is generally used in the kitchen to bridge the gap between two cabinets. They are usually found above a stove or refrigerator. However, they are the perfect size for a small bathroom. Consider mounting a wine rack cabinet to use for towel storage. If you aren’t on board with unique storage options, traditional...

Kitchen Wine Storage

Believe it or not, wine was once associated with the elite or European. Sipping a nice glass of Pinot, aged perfectly and just retrieved from the wine cellar – Fancy. Not anymore.  Wine decor is found in every store and wine and paint nights are the new “Ladies Night”. Less expensive wine has made wine a must have in American households. Which brings up the question – how do you store wine? Kitchen wine storage options are growing, allowing you to keep your wine close by in a stylish, organized way.  Here are some great wine storage ideas! TOE KICK DRAWER: Sunlight can ruin a perfectly good bottle of wine. UV Light prematurely ages wine, which is why you often see it stored in dark bottles that act as a protective barrier.  By keeping wine in a toe kick drawer under your kitchen cabinets, wine will be safe from any sun damage. BUILT-IN RACK: Wine is designed to be stored on it’s side. This allows the cork to stay wet, keeping oxygen out. If air gets into your wine, it can prematurely oxidize rendering it undrinkable. Built-in wine racks allow you to properly store wine on it’s side while keeping the design integrity of your kitchen. WINE COOLER: A wine cooler is essentially al refrigerator built specifically to keep wine cool. Wine coolers come in all sizes allowing you to choose one that fits your wine needs and also fits into your kitchen. Oftentimes wine coolers are built-in under the counter, similar to a dishwasher.  This eliminates the common error of storing wine on the counter top where oven...

What Are Shaker Cabinets?

  Are you thinking about remodeling your kitchen or bathrooms in the near future? Have you looked at dozens of door designs and now feel overwhelmed and confused as to which one to choose? Do you want something simple, yet timeless? If so, the Shaker style cabinet may be the one for you. Shaker Style Defined While shopping for new cabinetry, at some point you may have heard the word “Shaker”. But what is it? And what makes this design so popular? The Shaker style is a specific design of framed cabinets with lines that are clean and simple, yet visually distinctive. Depending on the room’s décor, they can be sophisticated and timeless or contemporary and modern. Shaker style has become a more popular trend due to its ability to work with nearly every decorating style, color, and mood. The door design is generally characterized by a flat mid-panel, surrounded by plain rails with horizontal and vertical edges. It may look like a small picture with a wide, flat frame and no details along the border. The standard style has no embellishment; but in some cases, the middle panel may have a raised center. In keeping with the simple design, plain wood knobs or sleek handles on cabinet doors (or cup handles on drawers) are generally used. Most people avoid anything too fancy or detailed. The History of the Shaker Style In the late 18th century, a religious group known as the Shakers emigrated to the United States from England. They were known for their hard work, quality craftsmanship, and for creating simple, but long-lasting and sturdy furniture. Their...