Published at Saturday, September 08th 2018, 00:41:53 AM. Bathroom Shelves By Iva Powell. 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 Saturday, September 08th 2018, 00:27:29 AM. Bathroom Shelves By Tracey Spears. 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 Saturday, September 08th 2018, 00:13:04 AM. Bathroom Shelves By Kendra Vargas. What to do when you hardly have any space at all? Consider floating glass shelves. These shelves have no frame, no extra pieces whatsoever. They are only pieces of glass, triangle, square or rectangular with wall-mounting brackets. They have a very small "footprint" and can fit in almost any tiny area on the wall. Many of them are surprisingly strong, too.
Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 23:58:40 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Minerva Gordon. 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 Friday, September 07th 2018, 23:44:15 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Helen Wall. Very few people are happy with the storage space that they have in their bathroom. If you have more than one person using the bathroom, it can get quite cramped and the amount of things that start to pile up and can become ridiculous. Using bathroom shelving can eliminate some of this mess by taking your storage vertical.
Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 23:29:51 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Terri Baxter. The shower is often an area that is littered with shampoo bottles, razors, gels, etc... This can get a little annoying as you have to wade through things to find your stuff just to take a shower. If you make use of shower shelving, you can make some sense of it all and get things a little more organized. Get something where everyone using that shower can have their own shelf and you will never pick up the wrong shampoo again.
Published at Friday, September 07th 2018, 23:15:27 PM. Bathroom Shelves By Deanne Ellis. Another area that can be a mess is the sink. Between toothbrushes, toothpaste and soaps, it can look like ground zero. Nobody wants to look at all of that stuff and there is really no need for it. You can get everything up off the sink and out of the area of splashing water and up on a shelf. Get something with several shelves on it and you can add some hand towels as well.
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