Planning to give your bathroom a makeover, but don’t really know the right cabinets to pick? Don’t worry. IKEA’s got your back.

While it’s essential to have an exterior that’s pleasing to the eye, the inside has to be the epitome of functionality as well. And this is particularly true for cabinets. They hold all kinds of toiletries and products that we need in our day-to-day lives, proving themselves to be essential items of any functional bathroom.

Here’s the complete lowdown, from the bathroom specialists at IKEA, on the most popular types of cabinets and their features.

  1. Flat cabinets

    If you’re looking for a simple and affordable way to upgrade your cabinets, this is your go-to model. Flat cabinets are a simple and stylish design option that is fuss-free. The hardware and finishing in flat style cabinetry are minimal, making them the perfect choice if you are going for a contemporary and industrial-style bathroom.

  2. Inset cabinets

    These are beautiful, but a bit on the pricey side due to the amount of true hand craftsmanship that goes into inset style cabinets, giving them that distinct look. The drawers and drawer headers are cut with extreme precision to provide you with a perfect fit and ensure a product that lasts forever.

  3. Louvred cabinets

    Designed with a slatted look, this is the perfect choice if you’re looking for ventilation with your cabinets. The distinctively set slats give these cabinets an airiness and an ageless style you’re sure to fall in love with. Perfect for a bathroom with a rustic ambience!

  4. Distressed cabinets

    Speaking of rustic, if you’re really going for that design style of shabby chic, you will appreciate the weathering technique that goes into distressed cabinets. Crafted for a sturdy yet vintage look, the texture of the wood makes for a rich addition to your home when coupled with the likes of a marble countertop.

  5. Beadboard cabinets

    This style has been around for quite some time now, and adds great detail to basic walls, making them pop. Beadboard is used for many other surfaces, traditionally as a decorative wall treatment. The intricately detailed face of the cabinet makes it stand out and is great for homeowners with an eclectic style of décor!

  6. Thermofoil cabinets

    These cabinets are very budget-friendly, easy to clean and come in a wide range of colours and woods. Made of heated vinyl material fused with a type of wood such as particle-board, you can choose from a wide range of colours that match your décor, giving your bathroom a whole new look

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