My first apartment back in Switzerland had an itsy-bitsy bathroom. I almost couldn’t turn around, but it came with a medicine cabinet that was built into the wall. You know which one I’m talking about. You just see a mirror on the wall that you can open and voilà! You have some narrow shelves inside for all your toiletry items, well for most of them. These are the recessed medicine cabinets as opposed to wall-mounted ones.
The differences between the recessed medicine cabinets and the wall-mounted ones are substantial and might influence your decision which one is the better choice for your small bathroom.
As I said in my post about the Shower Wall Kits there might actually be a time in your life when you think about replacing your old bath tub or you are remodeling your bathroom or even better: you are building your tiny house and you will need a full bathroom set. And I don’t just speak here about a complete 3-piece bathroom set.
Nevertheless, a bath tub is just totally essential for a great bathroom and for a great bathing experience. And I admit, a bath tub has an important aesthetic aspect that you just can’t deny. It definitely adds to the whole look of your bathroom.
Sometimes – and I guess that’s probably rather rare – you have to install a whole new toilet. Sometimes it’s only about replacing the toilet seat. And you know what, if your toilet is still working fine and fulfills the low-flow rates of today’s models, just renewing the toilet seat can give you the impression of having an entirely new toilet. It really works, I tried it.
In some reviews you can read: It’s a toilet seat, what else can I say. Well, that’s true. A toilet seat is nothing more than an essential piece of furniture. On the other hand a toilet seat is a great opportunity to spiff up your bathroom – in style and colors.