By Apolline Auguste. Bathroom Shelves. Published at Monday, March 05th, 2018 - 15:46:59 PM.
An over the toilet shelf is a good design option when the toilet is adjacent to the sink and the space directly above them features a wall-mounted mirror or some other element. In these cases, the sink vanity extends into a shelf.
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.
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.
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.
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