By Tiphanie Priscilla. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 10:48:51 AM.
In order to make the most of your vanity, you can opt for the design that incorporates drawers and open shelving. This way, while the very personal items you don’t want in public glare goes into the drawers, your towels and other toiletries can be kept in the open shelves. If you choose to, you can add glass coverings to these open shelves to make it more functional – exhibiting the items there and also protecting them from dust and unauthorized usage. Remember not to cram the open shelves with unnecessary items.
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.
An over the toilet shelf is a good design option when the toilet is adjacent to the sink and the space directly above them features a wall-mounted mirror or some other element. In these cases, the sink vanity extends into a shelf.
One major reason why most bathrooms are always cluttered is because of the lack of storage space. In this case, it becomes necessary that the homeowner look out for those hidden storage within the bathroom, especially under the open vanity. Although it can be a big challenge since it is not everything you want in the open, especially your toiletries. In this case, there are certain options that would work for you, like the combined use of cabinets, drawers and open shelving system.Get inspiration from the ideas below; it is surely a good step towards maximizing space in your home.
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