Voleta. Bathroom. July 18th , 2017.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a bathroom can never have enough storage space. There are the stacks of towels and wash clothes that need a shelf. There are bottles of shampoo and bars of soap. Boxes of Q-tips spill over and bags of cotton balls are stuffed into the empty spaces. And let’s not get started on the feminine necessities for health and beauty. Every bathroom needs a good set of shelves to store all these fundamentals, but you don’t have to empty your piggy bank for them. Try your hand at one of these DIY bathroom shelves that will increase the storage space in your bathroom.
Each type of space has its own set of design challenges but also its own series of elements which can add character to the decor and make it stand out and be unique. In the case of the bathroom, one of these elements is the faucet. Bathroom faucets come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and styles and although the vast majority follows pretty much the same classical design template, there are also plenty of interesting and less common designs to choose from.
For the small bathrooms out there, it can be quite a challenge to find storage solutions. An often-overlooked area for storage is above the door. A shelf placed here takes up no additional space, is hardly even noticeable, and yet offers a fantastic small-space storage solution. This tutorial will show you a simple way to build and mount an above-door shelf to provide additional bathroom storage; however, this concept can of course be converted and used above virtually any door.
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