By Tiphanie Priscilla. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Saturday, February 10th, 2018 - 03:14:49 AM.
This idea entails open shelving being installed under the toilet sink to accommodate washed and dry towels, toiletry units for every member of the household and a towel rack for wet towels. Even the first aid box can fit into such shelving. One good thing about this type of shelving is that it does not necessarily have to take up any floor space. There are also already made roll-out under-sink drawers that are removable and helps you keep your bathroom organized in a minimal space.
First let’s review the main elements you need to take care of when installing the shelves. First of all, measure the area and decide what size the shelves should be. Then make sure the shelves you want to install can support the weight you’re planning on storing. There are a number of materials to choose from like wood, glass or metal.
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.
For open floor plans, for example, let the shelves wrap around the corners and create a continuous design meant to connect two different zones. They’ll look interesting and they’ll be very functional at the same time.
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