Cabinets - Wooden cabinets can be open-faced, have glass doors, or have wooden doors. Open-faced cabinets are often designed as cubbies where you can store towels or larger containers. Glass door cabinets are usually mounted on the wall, but they can also stand on the floor or over the toilet. The wide range of styles makes these the most versatile for small to medium-sized bathrooms.
The flat surface on the top of table-height shelving allows you to create seasonal displays or use the space to show off favorite photos or mementos. Shelving with baskets of this height can easily be converted to a changing table for a new baby: just add a changing pad to the top and use the baskets for storing essentials like diapers and wipes. As your baby grows, you can remove the changing pad and use the baskets to store toddler toys, clothing and pull-ups.
They can be purchased one shelf at a time or as a complete unit. Some shelving that is placed directly on the wall will use brackets to hold the them steady. Brackets also come in many different sizes, styles and materials. If shelving is needed for the inside of closets or is to be hung on doors then complete units are typically the most popular choice.
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