decorating a small space - bathroom

decorating your college bathroom...

The bathroom can be the hardest place for adequate storage. An over-the-toilet storage unit is by far the best use of the space in small bathrooms. A shelved unit can store many items while taking up very little floor space. Most people have more wall space than floor space in bathrooms. These can be found at stores like Target or Wal-Mart at prices usually between 30 and 60 dollars.

If your storage needs are even greater, you can put things underneath an open countertop and then conceal the contents with a
rod and curtain, just as in the kitchen section. If you happen to have a lot of floor space in your bathroom, but still not a lot of
storage space, put a storage cabinet against the wall to store things like towels, toilet paper, appliances and toiletries.
Realsimple.com shows a practical and stylish way to store bathroom essentials when you're cabinet space is less than adequate.

Bathrooms can be cold and echo quite a bit if linens and fabrics are absent. A fabric shower curtain, a floor rug and some hand
towels will achieve warmth and lessen the all-too-familiar echo in bathrooms. Missing a towel rack in your small space? Try
using some big glass jars or a basket to store hand towels for easy access and use. I don't know about you, but I just hate a wet
hand towel on the counter that keeps having to be folded and put back over and over again.

bathroom
Even if you have the smallest bathroom in
Gainesville, you need to invest in one of these
storage units. They take up practically no floor
space and yet they provide so much storage.
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