Every room in a house or an apartment has its own uses for an open shelf or a shelving unit. In fact, in the bathroom alone there are tons of ways in which to use wall shelves. We‘ll explore some of those options while also showcasing a few stylish and interesting bathroom shelf ideas and designs. As expected, the possibilities are numerous and very diverse. A bathroom shelf can be a very useful feature, especially when the storage is limited in the room. In addition, small bathrooms could use multifunctional elements such as this shelf that doubles as a towel holder. An interesting visual effect is created here. The box shelf matches the sink both in shape and similar dimensions and it looks as if the bathroom has a double sink vanity.
We all know those places that remained in our minds because they had amazing-looking bathrooms. Whether it‘s in a club, a restaurant, a hotel or someone‘s home, a luxury bathroom always impresses. Surely, you must have thought about bringing that image into your own home. So what makes a bathroom look high-end and luxurious? There’s no simple answer to this question. There are a lot of things you can do to give your bathroom a sophisticated and refined look. You can start by making it clutter-free. Make sure you hide the things that you don‘t want to look at and that everything else is nicely organized. Your toiletries and things like the toothbrush, q-tips, cotton balls and napkins can stay in boxes or jars. Also, make sure you have a place for everything. Keep the hand towel on a ring next to the sink, the bath towel on a rod and the bathrobe on a hook. This will give the bathroom a polished look.
Most powder rooms will be short on space and have enough room for a toilet and wash hand basin only. Toilets don‘t vary very much but by introducing a non-standard basin into your room‘s design you can set the tone for the rest of the decor. If you find the right hand basin, that suits your tastes, it will be a good starting point for the rest of the design. White porcelain hand basins are perfectly fine, but they are ubiquitous. Consider another material instead. Wood, plastics and brushed metal are all very good alternatives. And if you decide that you want to stick to the classic porcelain basin, why not go for a more unusual shape to make it a bit more of a feature?
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