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Utlize Hanging Space
A pair of hooks fastened to the inside of this cabinet door holds a hair dryer and a flat iron.
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A linen cupboard is fitted with a hydraulic lift that allows a flat panel to pop up from the back of it with the push of a button. The television is enclosed in a case, the top of which becomes part of the cupboard’s surface when the television is lowered. Yet there is still room inside the cabinet to store sheets and towels.
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Keep electronic docks and bathroom items neat and accessible with cubbyhole shelves. A cubbyhole will protect the docks and electronics from moisture, while also ensuring they don't dip into the sink unexpectedly.
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Bathroom drawers are second only to junk drawers in their potential for messiness. It's too easy to toss grooming products in there pell-mell. Wooden boxes and trays help categorize the items and are available in various sizes and materials, so they can be mixed and matched to fit any drawer.
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Handy Hair Dryer
For a guest bath, mount a streamlined hair-dryer unit to the wall beside the sink. You can find them online through suppliers of hotel accessories.
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Speaker and Toiletry Shelf
Make space for speakers and supplies over the bathroom door so that they'll be accessible when they need to be replenished. Use wood screws to secure a pair of wooden shelf brackets to either side of the door frame; screw shelf to brackets. The shelf should rest on top of the door molding, which will help support the weight.