Best bathroom mirror cabinets of 2022 for wall mounted storage space | Evening Standard

Mirror, mirror, on the bathroom wall, these are the fairest of them all

hether your bathroom is small or large, there’s one thing you’ll always need: storage. Toilet Seat Bidet

Best bathroom mirror cabinets of 2022 for wall mounted storage space | Evening Standard

With so many bits and pieces you need close to hand, finding a space to put away toiletries, beauty products and grooming kit in a way that doesn’t overwhelm you with clutter can be tricky.

That’s why a bathroom cabinet is such an essential.

Sling all your stuff in or arrange it like Instagram #Shelfie gold, but once you close the door, you’ll find yourself returned to the serenity of a clean, clutter-free bathroom. Ahh, bliss.

A wall mounted cabinet with a mirror finds its home above a sink usually, but if your bathroom is big enough, there’s no reason not to move it to somewhere a bit more suitable for you. Make sure you use the right brackets and screws, as different surfaces require different hardware.

If in any doubt, find a professional to mount it for you - Task Rabbit has dozens of helpful souls that you can book as early as the same day.

If you’re looking for a bathroom cabinet to enhance your space, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve found the best options from a number of well-known, trusted stockists to create an edit of the best.

Before you start, get the measuring tape out to determine the correct dimensions for you, and when you’re ready, get scrolling.

Lighting is crucial everywhere in the home, but perhaps no room more so than the bathroom. After all, how can you get yourself properly clean if you can’t even see what you look like? This cabinet offers an extra light source in the bathroom with integrated LED lights to push back shadows and allow you to see your reflection clearly. As well as storage and three compartments behind the central opening doors, there are additional cubby holes on each end to house even more of your bathroom essentials. The USB chargeable mirror projects 6500K white light (although a dimmer option is available for when you want a relaxing soak in the tub) and can be operated through touch, making each visit much less of a faff.

This double door cabinet whips up storage space out of dead air, offering three adjustable shelves to store all your lotions and potions. There’s also an open lower shelf to keep all the bits you need regularly: think toothpaste, toothbrushes, mouthwash, tweezers and the like. This piece also comes in a pale grey colour and there’s a larger size option too.

Offering a departure from stainless steel, this design uses steel and wood to create a cabinet with an industrial edge. It’s a single shelf unit with enough headroom for medium-sized tubes and bottles, making it an ideal choice for keeping much-loved and often-used items out of sight yet close to hand. The look is part of an entire suite of bathroom furniture at Dunelm, from under sink units to smaller details like toilet roll holders.

Subverting the idea of a cabinet, this design places a shelf on the outside underneath the mirror, while a closed door compartment opens to reveal two smaller cubby holes to store small things like tweezers, nail scissors and cotton buds.

Dimensions: H50 x W65 x D16cm

A compact cabinet with a splash of style to stop it looking too basic, this mirrored bathroom essential is perfect for appreciators of minimalist style. Made from MDF, steel and bamboo, it will arrive to your door fully assembled - DIY-phobes, feel seen. There’s only one shelf to make use of behind the doors, so one for people with storage needs on the lower end of the scale.

From your morning routine to your pre-bed regime, keep all your products in neat order in this spacious wall cabinet with a magnetic enclosure and an adjustable shelf. There’s also a lower shelf that’s open to keep scented candles, face towels or dental hygiene products.

If you hate the idea of a large block protruding from the wall, we’ve got an option with extra style as well as substance. Behind this oval-shaped mirror is a standard rectangular cupboard with a single shelf to aid organisation. The discreet look is ideal for smaller spaces and offers a slightly different look to the norm.

Bigger bathrooms need bigger cabinets. This 90cm long cabinet is divided into three, with the central compartment further divided to take the pain out of organising. No need to fret over flatpack instructions either; this model comes fully assembled. All you have to do is hang.

Best bathroom mirror cabinets of 2022 for wall mounted storage space | Evening Standard

Stone Resin Shower Pan If you rent, there’s slim chance of your landlord agreeing that you whack up wall cabinets wherever you like. Dunelm has a simple solution in this overdoor mirror which includes not only a shelf for a handful of essentials but hooks and rungs too so you can store loofahs, sponges and towels easily.