Bathrooms tend to be rather small in most cases. One thing that isn’t tiny about your bathroom? Its power needs. From hair dryers to curling irons to flat irons to razors to electric toothbrushes, there seem to be a million things calling for attention from your outlets. Unfortunately, most bathrooms don’t come equipped with the necessary outlets to make getting ready a success. That being said, cluttering your walls with oddly placed outlets not only kills the aesthetics of your bathroom, they can be an eyesore. So where DO you put those additional outlets you desperately need while keeping your bathroom beautiful? We have a few ideas.
Place electrical outlets on either side of your vanity. This eliminates the need for your cords to snake across or around your sink and keeps everything neat and in one place.
Add an outlet in your storage nook. Nooks are the perfect place to store everyday bathroom appliances like electric toothbrushes and hairdryers. Place an outlet there too and keep things out of the way AND plugged in all day long.
Install an outlet inside a drawer. While this hasn’t always been an option due to building codes, Docking Drawer has made installing an in-drawer powering outlet not only safe, but also aesthetically pleasing. Learn more about the safety features of Docking Drawer Power Outlets.
Place an outlet behind your bathroom mirror. Your new outlet addition can easily blend in with the rest of your bathroom when you install it behind your mirror and cover it with a fancy, mirrored plate. Best of all, plug in the tools you need to use in from of your mirror–like curling irons–with ease.
Add an outlet to your cabinet. Power outlets can be tucked out of sight when you install them inside your vanity cabinets. Docking Drawer outlets, which can power or charge your devices, make for the perfect addition to any cabinet space.
If you’re adding outlets to your bathroom, these are just a few of the great spaces where you can do so. Don’t forget to educate yourself on electrical codes and regulations to ensure that you don’t have any issues when the inspector arrives.
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