Oval Medicine Cabinet is an efficient and useful storage device. They take up little space, give a mirror in the bathroom (where you’re most likely to need it) and hold a lot of items, from makeup and shampoo to medicines and dressings. Replacing an old medical cupboard can also update the appearance of your bathroom — and make finding what you need inside it easier. There are a myriad of cabinet styles to choose from, but before you meet the stores, there are a number of important features and questions to consider.
Measure your space. Keep in mind that you need space for cabinet doors to swing completely open. You may also be able to get a larger Oval Medicine Cabinet in a smaller space by purchasing a cabinet with led mirrors. If you want a smaller cupboard than your bathroom today, remember the wall can be created to accommodate the new look. Choose a cabinet that will handle your storage needs, plus offer future space to grow. Take a tape measure to the store to compare the inside of new cabinets with the inside of the cabinet you already own. Select a locked cabinet. If you have small children and plan to store medicines in the cabinet, this is important. Even young children find smart ways to climb to medical cabinets and open “childproof” bottles.
Select a surface-mounted Oval Medicine Cabinet for the easiest installation. This type of medicine closet hangs on the wall the same way a picture does. However, this type of medical cabinet protrudes from the wall. This is harder to install, so you may need to hire a handy man or contractor to do the job for you. Settle on a corner cabinet if your bathroom is small and it is difficult to find space for a more traditional medical cabinet. These are usually offered in the recessed style. Think of a medical cabinet with lighting. Examine the cabinet hinge carefully. They must be robust enough to keep up to repeated opening and closing every day. Consider the materials the medical cabinet is made of. Aluminum, wood or plastic keeps up to the bathroom humidity. Metal cupboards with an enamel surface are going well as well, as long as they are not scratched.