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.
They can be purchased one shelf at a time or as a complete unit. Some shelving that is placed directly on the wall will use brackets to hold the them steady. Brackets also come in many different sizes, styles and materials. If shelving is needed for the inside of closets or is to be hung on doors then complete units are typically the most popular choice.
Costs. Though it is a common fact that expensive products are quality ones, it does not mean that cheaper products are low quality ones. However, in terms of the shelving unit, it is usually the wooden shelving racks that appear to be cheaper. Since wood shelves can easily crack or rot, it is more practical to go for metal ones even if the cost is a little higher.
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