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.
When you move into a new home, the mind immediately begins to decorate the empty spaces. All the paint swatches to choose from and all the ways you can arrange the furniture keep you busy for a while. Even the kitchen, full of cabinets and appliances, can receive a makeover with some paint and pretty storage for the kitchen counter.
If the bathroom is small or if you’d like to maintain an open and airy decor, consider a floating shelf vanity. It’s one of the easiest DIY projects you can do. You just need some wood which can be reclaimed lumber, a table saw, a drill, some screws and polyurethane. If you want, you can make a live edge shelf and you can stain the wood in any shade you want so it looks great in your bathroom. Check out Themerrythought for more inspiration.
Just like wood, pebbles are a great option if you want to create a relaxing, spa-like atmosphere and decor in your bathroom. They’re also ideal for outdoor showers and they present several other advantage, not necessarily related to their aesthetic appeal. For instance, pebbles are naturally slip-proof and they also feel very comfortable underfoot.
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