Now that your bathroom vanity, shower stall and toilet have been installed, it's time to start finding ways to store your linens and toiletries. Typically, most homeowners will install a towel rack right next to their shower, but if it's close to your sink, you can also use it as an impromptu storage area.
If you have a limited amount of counter space, consider moving your small items like toothbrushes, hair brushes and washcloths into a hanging basket. This can drape from one of your towel racks and you can still accommodate a hand towel right next to your vanity.
As for your larger bath towels, you have a nearly unlimited set of options. Better Homes and Gardens suggests pairing your towel rack setup with a wall-mounted magazine rack. You can fold your towels and place them on each rung of the rack to incorporate an ingenious accent into your washroom.
Finding storage in your bathroom can always be a tricky balance, but thinking outside the box could help you create a dynamic layout for the space. What unconventional storage ideas do you have for bathroom remodelers?
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