Making Toiletries part of your Bathroom Decor.

I got this little shelf/table at Roundtop Antiques Show Lat year for $20. I love the look of stacked white towels in a bathroom and I didn't want all of them hidden in the linen closet. I decided to use this shelf next to the shower to store things I wanted within arms reach. You can open the shower door and literally grab a towel or a fresh bar of soap without stepping foot on the floor. Also within reach are q-tips, a basket of wash cloths and a basket of hand towels. It has been very handy, and by sticking to the all white formula, pretty as well.
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  • For the guest bath I used an old factory bread loaf pan to make a "serving tray" of necessities for guests. I set this out with a stack of white fluffy towels when overnight visitors come. Just store the tray until you need it!

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  • Judy Jackson
    Judy Jackson Sun River, MT
    How did that lady get the bread pans so clean?? I have 2 of them and make them less greasy but still rustic looking..
  • Holly Clark
    Holly Clark Port Charlotte, FL
    While this is lovely, but if you don't use your qtips and cotton balls enough, their texture changes the longer they are exposed to open air. They should be in glass jars. Or something sealed.
  • Jewell
    Jewell Knoxville, TN
    Yep,

    it is really lovely. Love the vintage white, crisp white, and green!

  • Cheryl Saavedra
    Cheryl Saavedra Dover, TN
    Cheryl, Dover, Tn

    Very cool idea.. Love the vintage appeal

  • Shari Veater
    Shari Veater Depoe Bay, OR
    I make my own bar soap and never thought about displaying them in s cute glass container!
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