Thanks to clever repurposing, its use of reclaimed materials and a bold color palette, this 60-square-foot Tinseltown bathroom is ready for its closeup. The biggest splurge of the bathroom's redesign was a pair of vintage barn sconces. Powder-coated in high-gloss fire-engine red and made of steel, the sconces add industrial flair complete with cages to contain light bulbs. Reclaimed wood and exposed pipe towel rack help complete the industrial look and provide masculine touches in this contemporary rustic bathroom.
The pullout rack located just to the right of the dog-washing center offers easy-access storage for rolled towels, paper goods or cleaning supplies like stain and odor removers. The handy rack can also be used as a designated storage spot for pet shampoos, containers of pet food and more.
Marble tile decorates the stall shower, too, making the master bathroom look clean and cohesive. Meanwhile, chrome racks flank the glass door and ensure that the owners have easy access to their towels.
Keep your favorite coffee mugs, tea towels and cooking utensils handy with a kitchen peg rack. Switch up the display as often as you’d like to reflect the season, holiday — or your current design obsession.
Stunning white marble tile installed vertically creates the impression of space and luxury in this contemporary shower. A modern hand-held showerhead and rainfall showerhead complete the spa-like ensemble, while a rack makes for handy towel accessibility.
Striped walls and decorative stenciling are whimsical design details in this gender neutral nursery. Paper airplanes soar above the modern white crib, while a rustic branch coat rack keeps blankets and hooded bath towels organized and within reach of a comfy rocking chair.
A freestanding bathtub with brass fixtures sits beneath a “fireplace" cutout surrounded by turquoise-hued tile. Custom cabinetry offers towel storage, and a built-in wine rack sets the stage for a luxurious bathing experience. Cork plank flooring is durable and easy to clean.
For extra storage, a toiletry and magazine rack was made from a reclaimed shipping pallet. To create the rack, a measuring tape was used to determine the proper width of the wall, then the pallet was dismantled with a crowbar, cut to size and mitered using a chop saw, then reconfigured and attached using the original nails. Black steel pipe is mounted to the bottom to keep towels neatly hung.
Designers wanted to help keep the homeowners organized, so they designed a beach themed mudroom. The space has storage for shoes and beach bags, as well as racks for towels and swim suits so that all of the sand and water from a trip to the beach stays in this space instead of getting tracked through the rest of the house.
Have a thing for baskets? Don’t cram them in your closet. Hang them on your accordion rack with pride, filled with whatever you’d like — the options are endless. In the kitchen, fill them with produce or snacks. In a bedroom, try jewelry or scarves. In a bathroom, stuff them with pretty toiletries or washcloths and hand towels.
This closet is actually located in the open corner of a studio apartment, where fashion expert Lindsay Albanese shoots her YouTube videos. Designer Lucinda Pace of Laurel & Wolf found that Lindsay was using her clothes closet for storing boxes, paper towels, and other miscellaneous items, while her clothes hung on collapsible rolling racks. The designer created this “Style Studio” for Lindsay along one wall to act as clothing storage, a video set and an apartment design element all in one. The chaise, formerly a catchall for un-hung clothes, was reupholstered in ivory microsuede, and now serves as the perfect place for Lindsay to interview guests.