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Buying Guide

Bathroom shelving is ideal for storing accessories and towels, giving you an extra bit of storage space and keeping everything neat and tidy. A practical yet stylish solution, larger bathroom ladder shelves can neatly store your towels while glass shelves can be easily added to your existing shower enclosure allowing you to make the most of all the space you have available. You could even opt for using your bathroom shelves to display plants or other decorative items.


What types of bathroom shelves are there?

Bathroom shelves can be anything from small glass shelves that fit inside your shower to larger, freestanding wooden ladder shelves. Bathroom shelves can be wall mounted, either through drilling or suction, resulting in an increasingly popular ?floating? look.

Bathroom shelves can come in a range of different materials and colours, from ultra modern chrome or stainless steel shelves, contemporary shelving in sleek black finish, through to traditional tiered wooden shelves and classic white storage caddies.

Where do you put shelves in a bathroom?

There are all sorts of options available when it comes to putting shelves in a bathroom. Water resistant shelving can be added into your shower enclosure, giving you that much needed space to store your soaps, shower gels and shampoos. Freestanding bathroom shelves can be placed in the corner of your room, while shelves can also be installed on the wall above your toilet or under a mirror.

Are bathroom shelves easy to install?

How you install bathroom shelves depends on the type of shelving that you?ve chosen. A freestanding wooden unit, for example, simply sits on the floor, so doesn?t need to be attached to anything. Similarly, some shelves and shower caddies are designed to sit in your shower enclosure.

Wall mounted shelves do need to be attached to the wall, but there are different options here. Some bathroom wall shelves use suction to attach to tiles or come supplied with adhesive, while others have an integrated telescopic rod so that they fit snugly between two walls. Some bathroom shelves will require drilling, but even these are usually very easy to install.