By Véronique Amandine. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 11:14:01 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.
In this bathroom, one wall is occupied by sort of built-in storage structure with a space in the center featuring the sink vanity with towel bars on each side and a mirror. On either side of this space are two high and narrow storage spaces with shelves and compartments. Visually, the overall design is elegant and beautiful.
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.
Thinking you need a storage solution that’s modern and simple? You found it right here. Straightforward boxes on the wall create a clean aesthetic that will flow with the rest of your modern home.
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