Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:05:42 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.
When storage is scarce and there is no place to put it, it’s time to get creative. Set your double vanity out from the wall a little bit and add some hidden storage behind your mirrors. It will come in handy when there is no other space for shelves.
Although it’s possible for a bathroom to conceal everything inside closed cabinets, some things just need to sit on the counter. This often raises a problem: dealing with the need for a practical and aesthetically-pleasing bathroom countertop storage option. While there are definitely solutions, finding the right one can be quite difficult and a little bit of inspiration is always welcomed. The focus today will be on DIY project, more exactly on some ways in which you can take matters into your own hands in order to deal with the countertop storage crisis in your bathroom.
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