By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Wednesday, February 21st, 2018 - 05:56:33 AM.
In this bathroom, the solution for saving space was to have a narrow shower with a transparent glass wall, a sink cabinet with integrated storage compartments and a matching wall-mounted cabinet above the toilet. To maintain a simple, airy look, the bathroom has a lovely white and beige colour palette.
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.
The shelf can be a freestanding piece. It doesn’t have to be a continuation of the sink or vanity. It can be made of glass, like in this case, if you want it to stand out as little as possible and to be versatile. Glass is a good option in this case also because of the color palette.
Unlike the conventional pedestal basins in the bathroom, you can make use of every space above and underneath your vanity unit. This means that you are able to make most of the floor space since you put items in the drawers and cabinets. For the open space, it does not waste since your towels, napkins and other little items can go in there.
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