8 premium bathroom upgrades
One way to improve the look of any bathroom is to organize it. Put everything away, and your bathroom just might look like it came out of a magazine.
ShelfGenie’s custom-designed Glide-Outs are full-extension shelves that maximize your cabinets’ storage capacity and functionality. For a double vanity in the master bath, ShelfGenie might cost $800 to $1,200.
For do-it-yourselfers, Rev-a-Shelf offers a similar product that you can purchase at Home Depot or Lowe’s.
Its vanity cabinet pullout organizers start at about $250 per cabinet and feature storage bins and adjustable shelves for stowing everything from cleaning supplies to curling irons.
Storage towers, medicine cabinets, over-the-toilet cabinets and wall cabinets offer additional storage at any price point.
Shelves, racks and holders installed on the inside of cabinet doors are easy, inexpensive options.
For a streamlined look that works in even the smallest bathrooms, consider a recessed cabinet built in between wall studs. Though the cabinet won’t be deep, it will store items like shampoo and medicine.