If your bathroom happens to be tiny, it can be difficult to incorporate a bathroom vanity, a shower stall and a toilet while still providing privacy. One way to solve this is to hire a contractor to place a privacy wall between your vanity and your shower. While this will serve this purpose beautifully, Better Homes and Gardens has a few suggestions that can perk up the look of your washroom.
With the wall bridging the gap between your vanity and the stall, consider placing small cubbies inside of the wall to hold towels. This will create storage space out of thin air and open up your walls for additional artwork, floating wall shelves and other bathroom accessories.
Additionally, you also have the option of converting the inside of the wall into a storage cabinet. Find a few knobs that match the look of your faucets and use it to keep linens and toiletries out of view.
Your privacy wall has plenty of decorative possibilities that are only limited by your imagination. What ideas do you have for homeowners who are installing a privacy wall in their space?
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