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Five Great Bath Storage Ideas

Monday, March 3, 2014 Category: Bathroom Designs, Furniture, Five Great Bath Storage Ideas.
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The bathroom does are always known to be the smallest room in the house. Although the smallest room, but there are still many things that hell must be stored in the bathrooms. Staring toilet paper, toiletries, body care, cosmetics, towels and other necessary items of daily life are all trying to be accommodated in the bathroom.However, it is also very important that the bathroom is clean and tidy. bath

Architecture whiker baskets bathroom

Architecture whiker baskets bathroom

In order to prevent the bathroom from wearing a cluttered and crowded look, it is essential to have proper efficient storage solutions. All of us are aware of the typical cabinets and shelves as a storage solution.

 

Wicker baskets – Who said wicker baskets, can be only used for carrying objects to the picnic spot. These baskets can be a great assistance in storing miscellaneous items in the bathroom such as towels, toiletries, shower cap, etc. In addition, these baskets look amazing anywhere in the bathroom. You can place them on the cabinet, below the sink or behind the doors.

Architecture wine racks bathrooms

Architecture wine racks bathrooms

Wine racks – wine racks that are typically used to hold wine bottles can be introduced in the bathroom as a great storage solution as well as a decorative item. The rack can be used to hold rolled up towels and napkins. Place occupied by the towels in the cabinet will be freed, and the freed space can be used for storing other things.

Architecture bathroom door storage

Architecture bathroom door storage

Space behind the door – the space behind the door is generally wasted and is of no use at all. You will be delighted to know that this space can be used as an efficient storage solution. Install few hooks behind the door, and the place is ready to hang things such as clothes, nightwear, towels, laundry bag, etc.

Architecture shelves above the toilet

Architecture shelves above the toilet

Install shelves above the toilet – the wall space above the toilet is generally not employed for any use. You may use this space by installing hanging shelves on the free wall space. Just ensure to leave decent space between the toilet tank and the shelf.

Architecture showe curtain with pockets

Architecture showe curtain with pockets

Shower curtains featuring pockets – shower curtain serve no other functional need than covering the bath area. So why not put it to work. Buy shower curtains that feature pockets. The pockets offer an excellent storage solution for keeping soap, razor, sponge, toiletries, etc.
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Architecture bathroom door storage

Architecture bathroom door storage

Architecture shelves above the toilet

Architecture shelves above the toilet

Architecture showe curtain with pockets

Architecture showe curtain with pockets

Architecture wine racks bathrooms

Architecture wine racks bathrooms

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