Published at Thursday, November 02nd 2017, 07:08:41 AM by Rebecca Sapienti. Bathroom
Every inch counts. You can utilize even the smallest wall for added storage. Medicine cabinets typically can be recessed to save space. Think multifunctional. Combine functions of the bathroom if you have the space. Instead of having a laundry room, for instance, combine the bathroom and the laundry to create a larger space with more storage. Vertical storage. Going vertical can use an otherwise dead space in a bath’s walls to store tall bottles and stackable tissue boxes.
This antique console was designed to be placed against a wall. It has a shallow depth so as not to obstruct passage around it, which also makes it a great choice for a bathroom in which space is at a premium. The console has been transformed into a double vanity with a full countertop that suits its traditional style. This table from China was repurposed into a simple bathroom vanity. It has a square sink that sits atop the surface, which suits the rectangular and geometric woodwork details. Sewing tables originated in the late’s, and were originally used for needlework before the advent of the sewing machine.
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