Gail Bradshaw. shelves. July 20th , 2018.
Cabinets - Wooden cabinets can be open-faced, have glass doors, or have wooden doors. Open-faced cabinets are often designed as cubbies where you can store towels or larger containers. Glass door cabinets are usually mounted on the wall, but they can also stand on the floor or over the toilet. The wide range of styles makes these the most versatile for small to medium-sized bathrooms.
Glass - Frosted or clear glass shelves are best in contemporary bathrooms, but may also be an attractive contrast to an ornate bathroom. Glass shelving is usually mounted on either two side brackets or hidden wall mounts behind it. Glass shelves are especially attractive when installed as tier shelves, with all the shelves the same size or graduating from large to small as they go up the wall. Frosted glass is best if you want hidden mounts. Glass is the easiest to clean, but also the most prone to cracks. When shopping, look for tempered glass for safety.
Bathroom Shelving Styles Once you've settled on the shelving material that best suits your bathroom, you can consider the style that will work best.
Plastic - Plastic shelves are best for children's bathrooms or seldom-used utility rooms. They're easy to maintain, but aren't usually very attractive. Because they can stand up to a lot of abuse, they're great for kids who tend to slam cabinets, shove drawers, and cram as much as possible into them.
When getting the shelves, it is important to look at the styles, designs and decor of the rooms that you want to place the shelves. If you do this, you will be able to get the shelves that will complement other furniture items in your house. You can also add decorations on the shelves that will make them appear more attractive in the areas where you place them. Note that you can use the shelves in any area of your house including the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.
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