Published at Thursday, July 12th 2018, 17:40:19 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Rosa Quinn. We all know how it ends up, the toothbrush, toothpaste, razors, deodorants, perfumes and colognes all end up in the clutter that we call the bathroom sink. If you want to get rid of all of that, try adding some bathroom shelving that will utilize the wall space of the room. There are different styles that go from what looks like regulars shelving all the way to units that are specifically designed to fit over your toilet.
Published at Thursday, July 12th 2018, 16:55:04 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Estella Cardenas. Take a good look at the spaces available in your bathroom, particularly the space above the toilet and in the corners. A combination of shelves in these 2 locations in particular will look nice and it will efficiently take advantage of otherwise empty spaces. Another possible location is above the vanity. Most people place mirrors above the sink, but often there's enough room next to the mirror to put a set of narrow shelves. This is a perfect location for light, glass shelves for displaying a few small trinkets or holding a nice tissue box.
Published at Thursday, July 12th 2018, 16:10:53 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Kaye Martinez. You can use bathroom accessories to add a touch of elegance to your bathroom. Of many types of bathroom accessories available in the market, bathroom shelves are a must for every bathroom. Bathroom shelves are not only items of great utility, but also have aesthetic value. They can be used to store cosmetics, hold appliances and stack towels. Bathroom shelves are simply perfect for providing upright storage in a small bathroom with limited floor space.
Published at Thursday, July 12th 2018, 15:06:34 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Terri Baxter. Tempered glass shelves can also enhance the aesthetic appeal of your bathroom. This is because they are available in many colors brass, brushed nickel, satin chrome, and chrome. When it comes to shapes available in tempered glass shelves, you may go for the popular quarter round or triangle shaped shelves. So, you may choose a color and a shape that best complements the overall decor of your bathroom.
Published at Thursday, July 12th 2018, 14:00:49 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Deanna Watts. When deciding which shelves are good for you, keep in mind how many things you want to store in your bathroom discreetly. Hygiene products and extra rolls of toilet paper (even the snazziest pastel 3-ply stuff) are probably best hidden inside a cabinet. There are certainly units that have both enclosed cabinets and open shelves.
Published at Thursday, July 12th 2018, 12:29:39 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Milagros Hardin. As one is looking at shelf systems for their bathroom, they should look for sturdy bases as opposed to flimsy ones to ensure the shelves stay secure. Plastic is not advised, as it can easily crack and break over a shorter period of time. One should really look into wood bases instead. Wood has long been used for bases and has proven to be not only stronger, but it has a more attractive look to it. Consumers should try to find those made of real wood, not particle board.
Published at Thursday, July 12th 2018, 11:34:52 AM. Bathroom Shelves By Lorena Coffey. You know the drill, you have your shampoo, she has hers. You use Axe shower gel, and she uses something from the rain forest that smells like a fresh summer breeze. You don't want her stuff and she doesn't want yours. The shelf is the new line in the sand that shall not be crossed.