For a custom towel and toy storage tower that costs less than $100, Jaime Costiglio from That’s My Letter used four crates from Crates & Pallet. Three of them were used to make the storage tower and the other was disassembled and resized to serve as a drawer.
White square tile covers the lower half of this bathroom wall and then blends into the white paint. A mounted wood shelf and two-tone wicker basket create open towel and supply storage. A small plant pot matches the salmon colored wall art for a fun and simple pop of color to decorate the space.
In this powder room, a custom-designed vanity features stylish open storage for rolled towels, plus a closed area to conceal plumbing. The curved design of the vanity is repeated in the tile border along the wall.
Blue penny tile flooring brings a great texture to this contemporary blue and white bathroom. The split wall features white paneling at the bottom and a soft blue paint color on the top. Three mounted hooks are perfect towel storage next to the white, glass door cabinet.
An open shelf cut out below the sleek gray cabinetry creates a useful cubby for towel storage. A mounted mirror is fixed above the sink to create a vanity space. The black and white art work blends beautifully with the cool tones of the room design.
Tiny neutral tile comes together to form an accent panel in this sleek white shower. The small tile in the design provides a beautiful texture contrast to the smoother finish of the large marble tiles. The inside panel features rows of small circles. On the next wall, a mounted hook provides easily accessible towel storage over the built in bench.
A towel rack placed above the tub keeps clean towels close at hand. The master bathroom also includes well-placed double robe hooks in vibrant brushed nickel that keep a cozy robe close by when exiting the shower or tub.