By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 00:53:49 AM.
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.
Having a bathtub in your small bathroom means taking up more space but if your tub is such that comes with empty surrounding areas by both sides, then it can ultimately serve as storage for most of your toiletries. Even washed and dried towels can be folded and kept in the spaces beside the bathtub. There are also customized designs that come with recessed handles by the sides of the tub which if pulled down, exhibits out-of-sight chrome baskets where you can keep a good number of your toiletries, bath supplies and other items needed in the bathroom.
There are plenty of suitable places for shelves in the bathroom. One of the most common option is above-the-toilet shelves. It’s a way of putting this space to good use and at the same time of creating a focal point there that distracts from the toilet itself which isn’t exactly an attractive part of the bathroom, aesthetically speaking.
Use the shelf to display a tiny vase or two and, if possible, try adding LED lighting to the underside of the mirror to light up the flowers and turn them into tiny centerpieces for the room.
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