best use of space under vanity sink??
I love the look of a furniture styled vanity, and will probably have something custom made for the non-standard sized space I have. Since I am going the custom route, I am going to take advantage of the opportunity to get something really functional and beautiful. It seems to me that putting short cabinet doors immediately below the counter, with drawers below might make better use of space than the traditional false front below the countertop with doors below that. I could use the tall, odd shaped area around the sink for cleaning supplies, tall toiletries, etc and the drawer can be organized much more efficiently for the smaller items. I found in our kitchen reno (thanks again to GW folks) drawers are much more useful than cabinets for lots of stuff.
The problem is I haven't seen many examples of this and have started to wonder if there is a reason I am overlooking why this configuration isn't more popular (yes, I am quite possibly overthinking the whole thing already!)
Does anyone have a similar configuration? Does it work for you? I would love to hear your thoughts - and see your pics if you have any :)