I am a large towel lovers. I love them in matching colors and soft, thick cotton. If I were to visit a household Shop, I have to resist the impulse to buy more towels, hand towels and washcloths.
Because you can never have enough of them.
One of the reasons (apart from the budget), why I do not buy towels all the time is because most of the space. I live in a one bedroom apartment with little space in the closet, so I have to make decisions about what he in my linen storage area.
But maybe you can’t resist. Maybe you need to buy the new pretty-print towel that fits so perfectly with your new bathroom accessories. Maybe you need to cloth only the matching hand towel and wash… because otherwise, what would be the point?
And maybe, when you come home, you ask yourself, where are you going to replace them with new towels, or the old, those who you are meant to. That’s where this article comes in here are some ideas!
Simple wall-bars and rings
In a way, you can join practical storage and beautiful decoration, add more rods and rings for your bathroom. Towels, hopefully, at least a rod for your usual hand. But have you thought about a smaller (or a ring) for your towel?
A ring will let you hand a towel, but rod let you hang a wash cloth, on top of a towel, for example. You can choose a beautiful array of colors/patterns that you find attractive.
You may also like a couple of decorative wash cloths along with a ring to easily beautify your space without taking up too much memory.
Three or four different patterns and/or colors will instantly add a splash of style.
On the wall shelves
There are few things more annoying than traveling to a fresh towel, only to realize that you are far away—in fact, far enough that you need to get out of the shower, dripping water on the floor, and run back to dry.
One way to fight this… inconvenience… is a shelf where you store your fresh towels near the bathtub or shower. Fortunately, since large areas are not usually used in the bathroom, you can install your shelves pretty high up on the wall, as long as the towels.
Shelves can style a lot—think industrial pipes, shelves and asymmetric bookcases and distressed shelves and reclaimed shelves. Racks can improve the appearance of your room, in any style you like.
Over-the-door towel holder
If you really, really have no place, the door is over-solution is always an excellent choice. From the simple bar to the whole system with hooks for things like loofahs and foot scrubs, it is a good idea to save space and keep your beautiful towels on hand, at the same time.
However, one thing to keep you have in mind, with over-the-door-is systems, whether the door is open or closed while you dry your towels. If your towels are sandwiched between the wall and the door, you will not dry very quickly or very well, the potential growth of bacteria (ugh, gross). So make sure to hang your towels somewhere with lots of air so they can dry as clean and fast as possible.
Personally, I always use my bathroom, leave door open (I live alone, so there’s that), so my towels hanging on the “outside” side of the door. If it is always closed, it is only for a few minutes, and I always make sure to open it again.
Towel stands and trees
If you want a little more space or maybe a corner in the vicinity of your bathtub or shower to check, maybe, a towel, or a towel tree. These are more decorative and meant to get your towels a little more than other methods, so that you can make full use of it, if you show a series of pretty towels, you really want to.
Many towel stands, and carts that have the extra space for shower items at the bottom. You can use it for decoration (a couple of glasses with sea shells, perhaps a plant?) or to keep what you have in your bathroom on a semi-regular basis.
These come in different styles, but in General, you can fit a traditional or modern decor. You can make your own (they are actually quite easy) if you like to DIY; a beautiful driftwood towel tree will look absolutely great in a beach style bathroom
Heated racks and cabinets
There is to compare only a few things, a feeling of a warm towel when you walk out of the shower or bath. They are a little more expensive than most of the things mention here, but heated racks and cabinets can be particularly luxurious—and a beautiful storage for your towels.
The vessel, take floor space, so for small bathrooms, it could be a challenge. But a beautiful towel rack will only take up as much space as a bar or a shelf, so it is a good choice, if you like the little extra luxury of a warm towel, especially in the winter.
I like over-the-toilet storage units, because they the room, the left is usually empty. Although it’s Cabinet is a good alternative to a medicine (if you have none), you can rag on a medicine Cabinet to store towels, hand towels and wash.
It will save you the trouble, save them in a linen closet, which might be far from the bathroom, and it gives you additional decorating space for small items—maybe your collection of rubber duckies?
Before you go buy one of those, take precise measurements, to ensure that it fits in your space. You need a small space on each side of the toilet to install it.
Love Your Towels
As you can see, there are many ways that you can store and display your towels. If you want more towel storage, for practical reasons (you need more clean towels in the bathroom) or style reasons (you are beautiful and you want to show them off), look at the many solutions and select one that fits your space and your style.