- by Byron
No matter how big or small your bathroom is, shelving is key. Bathroom Shelving Ideas can both significantly improve the look of your bathroom and add some much-needed storage space to an often neglected room in the home. Here’s a few Bathroom Shelving ideas to give you some inspiration for your next bathroom remodeling project.
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Highly modern, small bathroom shelving are both cute and functional. The light colors help open up the bathroom and help this space feel lighter, which is key when you don’t have a lot of space to work with.
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Modern, unobtrusive shelving units by the tub help provide a handy space for decor and towels while contributing to this open shelving bathroom, elegant atmosphere.
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When you don’t have a lot of space available, the last thing you want to do is have a huge, hulking shelving unit taking up valuable floor space.
Tucked beside a discreet cabinet, these shallow shelves are a handy place to add both decor, which adds interest to the space, and beauty products, avoiding the common problem of a junk-filled bathroom cabinet.
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In general, try to stick with shelving units that hide in the wall if you’re short on space. In a bright, white bathroom, these floating glass shelves for bathroom units help break the monotony and offer both function and style.
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Wood shelves give this contemporary bathroom an oriental vibe, all while keeping valuable belongings off the counters and floor.
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This nifty shelving unit adds interest, due to its eccentric shelves and vivid blue coloration.
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Glass can be just the thing to help brighten up a contemporary bathroom. These glass shelving units are generous on space and style.
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Perfectly paired with the open shelf bathroom vanities, this shelving unit gives this bathroom a warm, organic vibe.
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Looking for bathroom wall shelving ideas? Empty wall in your bathroom? Consider installing a couple small shelving units. As seen here, you’ll have the opportunity to add plenty of knickknacks and personalized decor, which helps your bathroom feel a little less monotonous.
These asymmetrical shelves add personality and charm to this elegant modern master bathroom.
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In this bathroom we actually see two great shelving examples. Over the bathroom counter we have a subtle, recessed shelf that adds both function and beauty to a contemporary yet classic space. The other shelf, installed over the tub, adds some pizzaz with lit shelves and European style bordering.
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Contemporary bathroom shelves recessed into the wall, these glass cabinets add a very chic element to this very .
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When in doubt go into the wall. These high cabinets help reduce floor clutter and help jazz up a small, yet bright space.
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Classic and yet far from outdated bath, these shelves help continue the spacious, generous feeling that’s present throughout the entire bathroom.
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In such an elegant bathroom, even the shelves have high expectations to live up to. And they certainly do the job well enough, providing function and beauty all in one.
Without these shelves, this wall would seem a little too empty and bland. But with the shelves, empty spaces are put to good use and another element of interest is added to the room.
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But don’t discount end tables and low shelving. A hutch or a large shelving unit can help add a warm element to the bathroom while providing plenty of space for everything in your bathroom.
Sleek, white shelves help give the walls some interest and help play off this bathroom’s ample lighting and open space.
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In this penthouse bathroom, wooden shelves infuse the space with plenty of organic charm while taking advantage of a small space.
Whether you need additional storage space or want to add more interest to your bathroom, never discount a good bathroom shelving unit. Regardless of how you’ve designed your bathroom, shelves can do more than hold towels- they can help your bathroom feel more like a liveable, functional space.