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Bathrooms tend to be small, but that doesn’t mean your storage space has to be small, too. An étagère or bathroom shelves can maximize your space and provide clever nooks for accessory storage. There are many different styles of bathroom storage solutions available, so take a moment to consider your space and style along with these helpful tips before making your purchase: More 
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What kinds of bathroom furniture can I choose from?


From freestanding to wall mounted, there are dozens of options available. First, you’ll want to measure your space and take into consideration existing fixtures and door and window openings. Then you can decide which type of bathroom storage cabinets is best for you.
• Base cabinets: These freestanding fixtures sit on the floor. They can be placed anywhere and come in a variety of sizes, shapes and styles.
• Closet cabinets: With the appearance of built-in furniture, these floor-to-ceiling storage solutions are great for maximizing unused vertical space. Keep in mind they should be placed next to a wall to provide support for their extra height and weight.
• Wall cabinets: Similar to medicine cabinets, these smaller units can be affixed to the wall. Place one over your commode for some over-the-toilet storage.
• Shelves: Bathroom shelves can be installed in many versatile ways. A ladder shelf can provide visual interest, an over-the-toilet shelf maximizes your vertical space, and a corner shelf uses up every bit of space in oft-unused corners. Shelves tend to be easier to install than wall cabinets as well.

What styles of bathroom storage cabinets are there?


It’s quite easy to find bathroom storage that fits with your existing design theme. You can find bathroom furniture in wood, metal, glass, wicker, bamboo and more materials. Some units have open shelving, while others have unique or glass doors. Some even come with mirrors or locks to keep curious little ones away from medicines.
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