My dilemma; my 97 yr old home has one outlet in the bathroom. Husband, son and myself each have a shaver; add to that an electric toothbrush, hair dryer and night light. Bathroom is small; bathtub is along outside wall; toilet and 24" vanity are on wall with tub plumbing, other wall has towel bars. I thought if shavers could be concealed in a medicine cabinet, then the top of my toilet wouldn't look cluttered. Problem; can't find medicine cabinet with electrical outlet inside of it. Am I dreaming? Does such a medicine cabinet exist?
When I goggled it there were a number of cabinets with outlets but they did not state or show px of whether they were inside or out.
But with prices that I saw it would be cheaper to hire an electrician to make new outlets.
DD had two mounted in their master bathroom to the right and left wall side of the vanity area. But the outlets were made in the recessed wall and the cabinet was then mounted over the recess.
Basically a framed mirror hinged over the recessed wall area with shelves, with an outlet in the back wall. Lowest area had a pocket type of shelf, to hold shaver, hair dryer, curling iron and such. She even had a lighted swing out magnifying mirror put in her cabinet.
Much of this could be a diy project if you had an electric contractor run power/put in wall outlet to a suitable outlet location?
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