Kew ResidenceContemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Solution: Think how you’ll use and move through the space when planning where to position accessories on your bathroom layout. Put towel rails where they will be within easy reach of the shower, bath and vanity. Put hand towel rails in spots where they will not prevent vanity drawers and doors from opening. Also ensure that noggins (the structural timbers installed within the framework of a wall) are installed before wall claddings are applied so accessories are fixed to a secure point.Tip: Consider a recessed, tiled niche in the shower rather than a shelf affixed to the wall to give your shower area a more open feel.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Consider how you use the bathroom and exactly which items need to be stored there – measure them and give them a dedicated home. For example, electric toothbrushes and shavers can be stored in a recessed mirrored cabinet with power inside; shallow drawers with dividers are great for make-up; and towels and standing toiletries can be placed in deep drawers.