This built-in shelving and drawer unit provides a perfect space for storing towels and other bathroom essentials. Green and white towels are displayed on open shelving, complementing the dark green tile in the shower.
Storage Dilemma: You have a bathroom with a pedestal sink or vanity with limited counterspace. Solution: For this bathroom by Criner Remodeling, a niche behind the toilet with built-in glass shelves creates a much-needed home for grooming essentials and framed photos. This keeps the products within easy reach, and the photos help personalize the space.
Instead of weighing the bathroom down with heavy cabinetry, designer Stefani Stein installed glass shelves that almost seem to float in the air. Because they're built right into the wall, the shelves keep perfume bottles and other essentials close.
Designers wanted a fresh, new look for the fixtures in the master bathroom, so they installed two sets of floating shelves that serve as the vanities in the space. The rich, golden wood of the shelves add warm contrast to the space, while also giving the master bathroom some much needed storage.
Storage in a small bathroom can be beautified by adding wall shelves. As seen on Design On a Dime, these white floating shelves make the space appear much larger and offer an attractive way to display bathroom accessories.
Reclaimed wood shelves bring in a rustic touch to this eclectic bathroom, adding texture and warmth against pale gray walls. Nautical candle jars serve as pretty storage for soaps, toothpaste or cotton balls.