What are vanities in the bathroom?
People also ask, what do you call the cabinet in the bathroom?
A bathroom cabinet (or medicine cabinet) is a cabinet in a bathroom, most often used to store hygiene products, toiletries, and medications. They are usually placed under sinks or above toilets.
Subsequently, question is, do bathroom vanities have backs? Bathroom vanity cabinets typically do not have back panels. The back is left off to provide access to plumbing fixtures that often emerge from the back wall. This also applies if one side of the cabinet butts into the wall. Often, bathroom vanities span an opening with no exposed sides at all.
People also ask, what should bathroom vanity be made of?
Bathroom cabinets and vanities are typically made from one of three materials: Plywood, medium-density fiberboard (MDF) or particleboard. Plywood is the most reliable. Finished plywood typically resists water, meaning if you have a leaky pipe, just a little water won't damage it, as long as you catch the leak quickly.
Can I use kitchen cabinets in a bathroom?
A lot of space can be saved by using kitchen cabinets in the bathroom. You can store towels, extra linens, cleaning products and much more in the kitchen cabinets. By having them in the bathroom you are freeing up a lot of space. Even though It is not traditional, it is very much conventional and useful!