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Towel Cabinet

Organizing Good Things 2004

A wooden flea-market cupboard makes a great towel cabinet, left. Use top of cabinet for extra storage. Keep your regular supply in the glass-fronted cabinet. Having all towels visible makes it easy to keep track of your inventory. Open shelves on the sides hold glass jars full of cotton balls and soaps.

Comments (3)

  • WWBrierCreek 2 Mar, 2008

    We put one over a tub area that we barely used, that way it didn't have to be as high,(we have a seperate tub and shower)

  • ilana8 26 Feb, 2008

    BEDA,

    I am even shorter than you, and also have a small bathroom. I found that the over-the-toilet shelving units that are sold at bed and bath stores are useful. Especially in the guest bath - my guests are always tall and can reach the top one!

  • BEDA 26 Feb, 2008

    This would not work well in my bathroom as I am only 5'2'. I would need a stool and a place to put it. My bathroom is small.