Whether you put them in baskets or on shelves, get ideas for stylishly storing your bath towels and linens.
Towels can be easily stored in open cabinet space underneath countertops. For a more formal look use structured baskets to hold stacks of towels. To change up the feel of a bathroom, don't be afraid to use baskets with lots of texture and color.
Stack towels on a towel rack placed close to the shower. This shelf does double duty: folded, clean towels sit above, while hooks below hang wet towels to dry.
Warm up a space by designing shelves with large "drawers" for towels and supplies. These can go in a vertical space like the one shown here, or try an open area under a sink or in an unused niche.
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Hang towels from vanity shelves to keep them within reach after washing hands. This is a perfect solution for bathrooms with pedestal sinks where counter space is limited.
Give an open shelf a boost of style by rolling towels and stacking them to fill each cubby. This technique also lends a spa feel to a bath.
For a sophisticated look, neatly stack towels in open shelves. If there are varying sizes of towels put the biggest towel on the bottom of the pile and work your way up in size to make a pyramid. Stack three or four towels at a time so shelves don't look overcrowded.
Mingle towels amongst other bathroom accessories in a hutch. Here towels are rolled, folded, and put in a bowl. Depending on the accessories you choose, the possibilities for storing towels are endless.
Save space by installing two towel bars, and hold twice the towels in the same wall space as a single bar.
Any bin, basket, or pot can be turned into a stylish towel holder and underscore a bathroom's decorating theme. These cubes are perfect for holding four rolled up towels.
Outfit decorative shelves with careful displays of accessories, towels, and bath necessities. Consider each item as art and choose ways to show off its best features.
Bars installed under an open countertop are a handy place for towels used every day. They also serve to hide less-than-attractive plumbing under the sink.
Give your bath a designer look by filling a punchbowl, box, or platter with a set of rolled towels.
Hanging towels lets you store more of them in a narrow area. Put simple hooks next to the sink for small hand towels and washcloths. This solution makes smaller towels easy to change out.