The shelves made of glass come with brackets you attach to the wall to hold the shelf in place. They can also be placed over a sink if you don't have a traditional medicine cabinet already there. It's a nice place to keep liquid soap bottles and hand towels ready for use. This frees up the area around the sink and tub so it doesn't have to be cluttered with all types of bottles and sponges.
Those who would prefer to avoid using tools will find that stack able shelving is a better option for them. Unlike metal shelves, which are affixed to the wall, these models are free standing, and may simply be placed into a closet. They are more often advisable for those who are housing light weight items, like pairs of shoes. To give you more variety, invest in a few different sizes and styles which can easily be mixed and matched.
Open - Glass, wood, or polished metal shelves are attractive options for open shelving. Open shelving is more convenient because you don't have to open doors or drawers to find what you're looking for. You can also create an additional design aesthetic by placing containers and bottles that are the same color or limited to a few colors on the shelves. Non-decorative personal items can be stored in drawers or vanity cabinets for privacy. For very small bathrooms, corner glass shelves provide storage without adding clutter.
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