Open - Glass, wood, or polished metal shelves are attractive options for open shelving. Open shelving is more convenient because you don't have to open doors or drawers to find what you're looking for. You can also create an additional design aesthetic by placing containers and bottles that are the same color or limited to a few colors on the shelves. Non-decorative personal items can be stored in drawers or vanity cabinets for privacy. For very small bathrooms, corner glass shelves provide storage without adding clutter.
Wood - Although wood and wicker seem counter-intuitive in damp rooms, today's treated woods can withstand the heat and humidity of the bathroom. They come in a variety of attractive styles and shades that feel at home in any style bathroom, from Asian contemporary to Victorian.
Garages provide ideal extra storage space for many households all over the world. Although they are designed to place a car in, often they are used to store surplus items from your home. No matter what you use your garage for, finding the ideal garage shelving will help in organizing your garage. Far too often this useful area turns into a cluttered dumping ground for everything that is spilling out of your home. The problem of the garage being so cluttered can be easily rectified, with the correct type of shelving.
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