By Véronique Amandine. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Saturday, February 17th, 2018 - 12:10:57 PM.
Because this bathroom is narrow, the solution was to have a corner storage unit placed above the bathtub unit or bathroom suites for small bathrooms. It has both open and hidden storage spaces and can be sued both from inside the tub and from the other side of the bathroom. It’s great for storing towels, lotions as well as for displaying a few decorations.
With the hidden storage under your open vanity, you no longer have to grapple with lack of storage space in your home. Incorporating both enclosed storage spaces and the open shelving option; you are able to store items without any hassles. It also plays a major role in enhancing the visual appeal of the interiors of your home, especially when you learn the art of carefully and attractively arranging items under the open vanity. So, while you hide some items that are not for public view, you can creatively display the rest in the open shelving, with or without glass panes.
Simple wooden floating shelves are possibly the easiest DIY solution for bathroom storage. You can build them however long you need them to be and they will match with a myriad of decorating styles.
Sometimes, a DIY project can be as simple as using an object for a purpose other than what it was created for. Namely, the IKEA spice racks. They make a great set of shelves to hold bottles and boxes in the bathroom.
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