Bathroom. Tuesday , July 18th , 2017 - 15:08:14 PM
If your shelf isn’t traveling from wall to wall, consider cutting a 45-degree angled corner off the protruding corner. This is entirely optional, of course, and it does add some complication and effort in trimming out the shelf edge. But it makes for a nice, polished, and softer edge. (Particularly if your above-door shelf, like this one, is readily visible in a mirror or other reflective surface.)
Pallets are a dime a dozen. You might even have one or two sitting in your garage. Repurpose them into vertical shelves that will give your bathroom storage wherever you might need it.
This is a stunning design that I only wish I could implement into my own postage stamp-sized bathrooms. Its fantastically low-maintenance, completely understated aesthetic is charming (and enviable!). No doors required, this walk-through “hallway” style shower is easy to use and easy to maintain when the bathroom floor and walls are waterproof.
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