By Solène Aimée. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 - 02:37:54 AM.
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.
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.
This is a clever for using the space adjacent to the bathtub. This shelving unit is great for storing towels and keeping them close at hand but also for storing and displaying decorations, lotions and all sorts of other items. It’s a very good way of turning a blank wall into a useful and functional space as well as a focal point for the bathroom décor.
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.
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