Published at Tuesday, 28 August 2018. Floating Shelves. By Renee Erickson.
You don't want to show like say toilet paper or grooming products. I find these work well stored in boxes or closed containers and place lower down, so they don't take over the look of the rest of your display, then balanced with some open baskets. Next, I like to add textiles on the upper shelves to bring a soft counterpoint to the storage containers just folded lately with the bathroom must house taken care of.
Here we're working with a concrete wall and grants, then I start with the middle shelf. This will give a good base to work from and help to make the whole display more balanced. The first thing to go on is the must-have bathroom items hair brushes hand, towels lotion, that sort of thing storing them in glasses keeps them together and helps complement your display and using the middle shelf means they're easy to reach then on to the must-haves.
I start to work with some of the personal touches flowers or plants are fantastic for bringing freshness. Then I add some more personal elements like say a favorite vintage box or a photo whatever you like, really just leave room to pull out the items you use often and keep to the same color palette a little adjustment here and there and you're done. You can use the same method to work with other colors and shelves like crisp, white and ocean, blue or natural elements, and light wood.
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