By Jean Mathys. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Friday, February 09th, 2018 - 15:29:53 PM.
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.
In a small bathroom there’s not a lot of room for storage. It’s why you need to get creative and to come up with ingenious ideas. Whether it’s a strategically placed shelf, a small storage cabinet squeezed in a corner or a wall-mounted unit, the important thing is to make sure the room doesn’t become cluttered. The five bathrooms we have selected as examples might be small but they surely don’t lack storage space.
Wall-mounted shelves are excellent for maximizing your storage space anywhere in the house. Thanks to their simplicity and versatility, they can be installed in any room without exceptions. But you need more than just some free space on a wall to make this system work.
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.
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