Bathroom Storage - Take account of what you truly use to help you decide how much storage you’ll need in your vanity and shelving. Organizing everything by what you’ll need to have in you reach and what you’ll just need to have nearby creates a tidy, stylish bathroom.
An ordinary wine crate was transformed into decorative bathroom storage by applying a coat of stain by Minwax called Weathered Oak. The nice gray tone gave the wood an aged look that blends well with this contemporary bathroom.
To add open storage above the resurfaced bathtub, a shelf was made from a plank of pine, cut to size and finished with ebony stain. The shelf holds shampoo and beauty products, while an integrated black steel pipe keeps towels hung neatly below.
Photo boxes are an extremely inexpensive option for versatile storage. Look for them on sale at craft stores, and then stock up. Here, they’re used in the bathroom for extra supplies, like razors, toothbrushes and travel-size toiletries.
This new master bathroom was located where the old second floor kitchen was previously. Double vanities, bright wall sconces, and large mirrors create plenty of space for the family. Storage was created under the vanities, and near the toilet opposite the shower. Textured gray ceramic tiles and clean white walls create a bright and modern atmosphere. A wall mounted towel warmer adds convenience and comfort.
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.
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.