How To Choose Tier Bath Shelves
When planning your bathroom remodeling project or for the purchase of a new home, you will need to think about how much space you have available and which tier bathroom shelves are best suited to your needs. In this article, I’m going to give you some tips on how to choose the perfect tier bathroom shelves for your needs.
UTEX 3-Shelf Bathroom Organizer Over The Toilet
The UTEX Bathroom storage Shelf Over the Toilet Space Saver Shelf is an efficient solution for keeping bathroom essentials organized and properly stored. This contemporary bathroom storage uses open shelving so that you can check your supplies with one glance.
Tier Rack Ideas
RiverRidge Home Ellsworth Spacesaver Cabinet Hutch
Rethink storage solutions for your bathroom with this RiverRidge Home Ellsworth hutch. This space-saving cabinet slides over your standard toilet, adding an open shelf as well as an enclosed cabinet above for convenient storage. Two doors hide a fixed shelf within the cabinet for discreet storage of bathroom items.
You can choose which type of shelf you want depending on the amount of space you have available in your bathroom. If you are going to be installing a tier rack, then you’ll need a lot more space to accommodate your shelving system. And, if you’re going to have a free-standing shelf, you may want to leave it on the wall so that you can easily move it around when you want to.
Household Essentials Espresso Over-the-Toilet 3-tier Storage Rack
Keep your personal items neatly organized with this space-saving Household Essentials over-the-toilet storage rack. Made of metal for enhanced durability as well as finished in neutral espresso, this traditional-style rack features three tiers to store towels, toilet paper, and more.
Style Tier Bath Shelf Ideas
RiverRidge X-Frame Bathroom Spacesaver
Get more out of your small room with this X-frame bathroom spacesaver. Fit the unit over your toilet as well as use the shelves for storage of bathroom necessities and displaying decorative items to give your bathroom a personal style. This shelving unit is lightweight for easy placement and moving.
You can find both free-standing and tier shelves at hardware stores or discount furniture stores. In addition to choosing the style of the shelf you want, you will also need to consider how much storage space you will have in your bathroom.
If you have a small bathroom, then you don’t have to spend a lot of money on a shelf that will only hold a few items. However, if you have a large bathroom, then you should think twice before purchasing a tier shelf. These shelves can often hold a lot more than you actually need and you’ll have to buy another tier or get rid of the old one. So if you do decide to get rid of an old shelf, make sure you carefully think about what else you might need in your bathroom.
RiverRidge Ashland Collection Spacesaver
Put the space over your toilet to good use with this spacesaver from the RiverRidge Ashland Collection. A single shelf creates space for anything you want to display, while the cabinet is a great hiding place for bathroom necessities that are still easy to access. Mirrored door knobs on cabinet doors featuring inset beadboard styling fit your transitional decor.