By Solène Aimée. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Monday, February 05th, 2018 - 21:12:08 PM.
First let’s review the main elements you need to take care of when installing the shelves. First of all, measure the area and decide what size the shelves should be. Then make sure the shelves you want to install can support the weight you’re planning on storing. There are a number of materials to choose from like wood, glass or metal.
We’ve seen photo ledges used as shelving before and here they are again. They make a really great option for tiny bathrooms that need storage without the bulk. Make sure you get the pretty shampoo bottles to display.
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.
Pallets are a dime a dozen. You might even have one or two sitting in your garage. Repurpose them into vertical shelves that will give your bathroom storage wherever you might need it.
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