Serafina. Bathroom Storage. November 16th , 2017.
The lavatory is one of the smallest areas in the house. However, it is a very important area in the home in terms of its role. Most bathrooms are usually packed with a lot of stuff ranging from mirrors, sinks faucets, sink cabinets accessories, and lighting. The choices you make when buying fitting decide how much space will be available for users.
One has to be wise when arranging furniture in the lavatory as this will play a major role in the ability of the area to serve its role in the proper way. Take advantage the internet and learn brilliant ideas for sprucing up the area. If space is an issue, consider some of these ideas to declutter and use the available space to your advantage.
Install a cabinet. You can store toiletries in bathroom furniture cabinets. You can either buy a new one from a bathroom shop or get a used one from antique stores and salvage suppliers. It is very easy to install bathroom storage unit⁏ simply push the unit against a sidewall.
Build shelves. Utilize empty spaces between wall studs; install cubby‐hole shelves to add extra space. It is important to fix the shelves with regard to what is located behind the wall. An alternative way to increase space is to build in through the wall.
Put up a coat tree. This tree is ideal for storing bath robes towels and clothes. There is both metal and wood coat tress available in the are very affordable to most people. Hanging items on the coat tree leave extra space for putting other items and allow free movement in the lavatory.
Design using towels. Incorporating an extra chair and stacking it with neatly folded towel add an extra touch of elegance in the area. Tuck the chair neatly in a corner. If, you are not up for the idea of using a chair to store towels you can use a footstool or an iron table.
Store extras elsewhere. Find somewhere else outside the bathroom to store extra supplies of toiletries. Having this extra supplies in the bathroom takes up a lot of space and yet you do not need them. The same applies to extra towels and mats.
Install pegs. Add a couple of shaker pegs on the wall for different members of the family to hang their towel. Not only does this allow towels to dry after use, but also saves on the limited space in the area.
Any content, trademark/s, or other material that might be found on this site that is not this site property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does WAZLAM claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.