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.
A cast-iron trough sink with three faucets adds antique flair to this warm, rustic bathroom. Four layered lanterns provide ample light, highlighting the stone countertop, wood vanity with towel storage and stone floor.
Lime green and white patterned wallpaper keeps this transitional bathroom feeling cheery and bright. A large clam shell provides whimsical towel storage, and a leopard print stool provides chic seating.
Walnut cabinets and handmade, glazed ceramic tiles restore period authenticity to this Pacific Palisades Estate. The tile runs up the wall to create a backsplash over the sink and vanity. Built in shelving provides easy and organized towel storage beside the bathtub.