Floor - Floor units are most commonly wood, but plastic models are available for children. They either look similar to a vanity with a flat top, or they can be designed with cubbies or baskets. With cubbies, you can leave some open and place baskets in others. You can also find floor shelving units with hanging baskets already installed. Floor shelving is best for larger bathrooms with wall space, although corner units are good for small bathrooms.
Shelves can be placed next to each other along a wall, perpendicular to a wall, or even as free-standing furniture. Some moms have placed two basket shelves at a right angle away from a wall to provide a cozy play area for their children. Try to choose one or more shelves and baskets that will suit your needs, enhance the area and be useful in more than one way.
If you are trying to optimize the space in your home then corner shelving is a great option. They come in all different designs and colors so it's pretty easy to find what your looking for. Corner shelves also vary in price, so you'll have to know your budget before you begin to shop. It's also a good idea to measure the amount of space you have available so you know the basic size you're looking for. This type of shelving works great in any room in your home and even in a garage to store tools. Any type of room where you have limited floor space can benefit from the aesthetics and designs of corner shelves.
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