Shopping for the perfect bathroom cabinet can be a tricky task considering the amount of choice online. To help you save some money while you’re sprucing up your home, we’ve rounded up some of the most popular cheap bathroom cabinets.
All of the cheap bathroom cabinets we’ve spotlighted in this guide are available for under £100. As we prove time and time again, you don’t need to spend big to transform a dated-looking bathroom into a modern, sophisticated space.
If you’re looking for some inspiration, keep scrolling for a list of bathroom cabinets under £100. We’ve included some handy buying links for each product so you can order your new unit today.
In this article:
- Where to buy cheap bathroom cabinets
- Cheap bathroom cabinets for 2021
- How to organise a bathroom cabinet
- Painting a bathroom cabinet
- How tall are bathroom cabinets?
- How to install a bathroom cabinet
Where to buy cheap bathroom cabinets
You’ll no doubt spot some cheap bathroom cabinets if you head to your nearest DIY store, but shopping online is far more convenient and you’ll have loads of products to choose from.
Cheap bathroom cabinets for 2021
Yaheetech Bathroom Cabinet (£48.99)
This modern-looking bathroom cabinet is coated in white, non-toxic and water resistant paint. It’s ideal if you’re looking for a wall-mounted cabinet that pairs a stylish design with ample storage space.
The cabinet, which is on sale on Amazon through the Yaheetech store, has a single shelf on the inside which you can move up or down depending on how you lay out the interior.
Underneath the two-panel mirror is a small shelf where you can store products that you’ll regularly be reaching for. At the time of writing, the Amazon seller is offering free delivery. Not bad at all!
HOMCOM Stainless Steel Wall mounted Bathroom Mirror Cabinet (£54.99)
Another bathroom cabinet from HOMCOM. This stainless steel model is rocking a clean and sleek look that will compliment a modern bathroom nicely. If you’re shopping for a cheap bathroom cabinet under £100, add this one to your shortlist.
The HOMCOM stainless steel bathroom cabinet comes with two shelves and three inner compartments that let you store a good amount of bits n’ bobs. When empty, it weighs in at around 6.1kg.
If you’re interested in this bathroom cabinet, you’ll no doubt want to know about the dimensions. According to the Amazon listing page, this bathroom cabinet is 40cm wide and 60cm tall. It has an estimated depth of 13cm.
TUKAILAI 1 Door and Mirror Bathroom Cabinet (£35.99)
No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you – cheap bathroom cabinets at this low price are very real! The TUKAILAI bathroom cabinet is a top pick for buyers on a budget. It has a single, mirrored panel and three smaller shelves at its side.
Open up the mirrored door on this bathroom cabinet and you’ll find two more shelves for storing items out of sight. The internal shelf can be adjusted to three different levels, which might be useful depending on what you’re planning on storing inside.
As for the dimensions, this bathroom cabinet has a listed width of 45cm. It’s 52cm tall and has a depth of around 17cm. The central unit is made of MDF, while the mirror is ‘moisture and mildew proof’ and ‘easy to clean’.
EUGAD Bathroom Mirror (£32.99)
A budget-priced bathroom cabinet with a load of handy storage spots. In fact, for less than £50, you’re getting a total of 6 open shelves and another three inner shelves. That should be more than enough to suit any modern bathroom.
The EUGAD Bathroom Mirror is described by its makers as both durable and reliable. Apparently, it’s very easy to assemble, which is great news if you’re a DIY newbie.
According to the Amazon UK listing page, this bathroom cabinet is 60cm wide, 58cm tall and has a total depth of 16cm. Make sure you measure up your bathroom before you part with your hard-earned money.
Gedy 3 Door Mirror Bathroom Cabinet (£65.66)
This is one of the widest cheap bathroom cabinets in our roundup, flaunting three mirror doors that can really add a touch of class to your home.
On the far-left mirror panel and the far-right mirror panel, you’ll find a single shelf tucked inside to help you stay organised. The middle mirror panel has no shelf inside, which will let you store your taller items.
And so, onto the dimensions we go. This modern bathroom cabinet is around 58.5cm wide, 38cm tall and 14cm deep. With no items stored inside, it weighs in at around 3.5kg.
How to organise a bathroom cabinet
How you arrange the items in your bathroom cabinet really comes down to personal preference. It also depends on the type of items you’re storing inside.
This article from Better Homes & Gardens might give you some ideas – it explains how you can make use of every inch of space inside your new bathroom cabinet.
Painting a bathroom cabinet
If you’re planning on painting your bathroom cabinet, The Spruce suggests using semi-gloss, satin or gloss paint. These paint types are durable and easy to clean.
How tall are bathroom cabinets?
Bathroom cabinets come in all shapes and sizes, so you can rest assured that there’s going to be something out there for your home. In our expert guide, we’ve picked out some bathroom cabinets and noted the dimensions of all of them.
How to install a bathroom cabinet
It’s actually not as hard as you think – this writer is telling you that as a self-confessed DIY newbie. If you’re hanging up a bathroom cabinet right above the sink, just follow these steps:
1. Use a spirit level to mark a line (in pencil) running vertically from your tap. This will act as a centre line for your bathroom cabinet.
2. Place the cabinet on the wall so that the middle of the unit lines up with the pencil mark you made in step one. Use the spirit level again to make sure the cabinet is level.
3. The back panel of your cabinet should have some holes in it which are used for mounting. Make a pencil mark in each of these holes.
4. It’s almost time to drill. But before you do, use a cable detector to make sure you don’t hit any pipes or wiring in your wall.
5. With the cabinet temporarily set to one side, drill holes into the wall at the marks you made during step three. Place wall plugs inside each hole.
6. Lift the bathroom cabinet up, line the wall plugs up with the holes in the back panel and secure in place using a drill or a screwdriver.