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Amanda Pollard added this to 8 Stylish Ways to Store Your Towels7 February 2019

8. Be clever with spaceTake a look around your room to see if you can find some extra space for towel storage. An unused wall surface could be just big enough to fit a column of shelves.Here, the designers have made use of a stud wall at the foot of the bath to create a recessed alcove that contains plenty of storage.TELL USDo you have any different ideas for storing towels? Share your photos in the Comments section.MORE9 Bathroom Trends for 2019: Tile Styles, Colours and Materials

Amanda Pollard added this to 8 Creative Alternatives to Standard Bathroom Storage6 December 2018

7. Work in some textureIn this glossy bathroom, the designers could have used standard white or glass shelves. Instead, they’ve gone for something more interesting.Reclaimed wood has been cut to fit and inserted into a neat alcove next to the bath. The rough timber adds some rich, natural texture to the room.

Siow Yuen Wong added this to Store Your Bed and Bath Linen Like a Pro18 July 2018

My challenge is to think creatively about how you store your linen; although a traditional linen cupboard can be fantastic, you may also benefit from storing towels and sheets in the rooms where you use them.

Louise O'Bryan added this to 5 Solutions for the Most Common Small-Bathroom Problems18 April 2017

3. A lack of storage equals tonnes of clutterWho doesn’t want a serene, tidy bathroom with everything in its place? But finding enough storage for the countless plastic bottles and toiletries can be a relentless task in a compact space. Solution: Become a shrewd space invader and steal some valuable territory from unused areas of the room. If you only use the bath for washing the kiddies and taking a shower, but never for a long lay-back-and-relax soak, consider fitting a mini tub so you can free up space for a cupboard or shelves. Or maybe have a recess shelf built inside the shower area, so you can store shampoos off the floor and out of sight. Ensure every centimetre is utilised for its storage potential, and your small space will feel calm and tranquil.The joy of a clutter-free bathroom

Louise O'Bryan added this to Luxury Touches to Upscale Your Bathroom23 February 2017

Perfectly rolled towelsYour choice of towels and how you display them will have a big impact on the look and feel of your bathroom. Ratty, faded towels obviously won’t have the same luxurious presence as sumptuous fluffy white ones. Similarly, towels hastily hung on hooks or scrunched over heated rails won’t look as chic as neatly folded or rolled ones. It’s simply a matter of adopting a new habit.

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natecataldo added this to Master Bath12 hours ago

exactly what you are thinking about with the addition of the tub. I like the break up in the middle of shelves to allow for a shower niche.

Michelle Curran added this to lake2 days ago

Built in shelves to right of bath, shiny gray subway tile

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