The different types of shelving units for bathrooms

Revamping? Remodeling? Modernizing? Whatever it is you are interested in doing with your existing bathroom, shelving units are an important feature that you have to think about. Do you want freestanding units or built-in ones? Is your bathroom compact or spacious? Are you a minimalist or a hoarder? Do you prefer practical, clean lines or are you mindful of the environmental impact you make with your everyday choices? Well, that sure is a lot of questions to answer. But do take the time to think over these because your replies to these are fundamental in creating the new look for your bathroom.

One thing you might want to consider is to have all your bathroom furniture and fixtures off the floor. There is a simple reason for this. While cleaning or mopping, when fittings are off the floor, it certainly makes the job easier and faster. Companies like the Wayfair, The Container Store and IKEA offer a huge variety of storage options for the bathroom. Their open storage shelving units and closed cabinets are made of stainless steel, wicker, bamboo, chrome plated, solid or manufactured wood, metal with faux marble surfaces, with 2, 3, 4 or even 5 shelves to hold towels, tissues, or baskets of bath and beauty accessories. Bathroom shelving units in appropriate sizes that fit the available space and complement your bath fittings enable you to lead a neat, organized life.

There are over-the-toilet ladder type shelving units or under the sink shelves, freestanding shelves with or without cabinets, shelves with or without towel rails, corner shelving units, stainless steel freely movable and removable shelves with casters. There is a variety of mirrored full length or half length cabinets that fit over wash basins having one/two doors, a mirrored cabinet with 2 doors and 1 end unit, lockable cabinets with or without mirrors, oval metal shelving, and built-in shelves that go into wall niches. Whatever type of bathroom shelving unit you choose, make time to clean them every day and give a weekly scrub down of these spaces with a disinfectant for a hygienic life.

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