Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:24:42 AM
Another thing you can repurpose as a vanity is a dining table. Sure, dining tables are pretty big so you’ll have to cut off some of the pieces. Consider having the vanity sit on only two legs, with the back section attached directly to the wall. Make sure you measure the sink before you cut the table and that the piece fits. If you can find a dining table with built-in drawers then you’ll also have some storage in your bathroom. Of course, you can take advantage of the empty space underneath your new DIY bathroom vanity to store things like towels and cleaning products in boxes or baskets.
Open shelves and bathrooms go hand in hand. There are lots of things in here that need to be accessible, things like toiletries and beauty products or even decorations. Open shelves let you store and display these things right where you need them without making any big changes to the bathroom’s decor or layout. They’re just extra features which you can add at any time.
There’s something poetic about this small walk-in shower. It’s partly because of the black frame and the way it contrasts with the white subway tiles but also because of that small, square window and the built-in storage niche placed above the bench.
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