If you don't mind having your toiletries and other bathroom items out on display, open storage can be effective, particularly if you don't have a lot of space. Open shelving, for instance, is a great place to store rolled or stacked towels. Baskets, bins and vintage containers are other good places to store not only towels but smaller toiletries, extra toilet paper and anything you want to put your fingers on quickly.
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In really tight spaces where floor space is at a premium, make the most use of the walls by employing wall-mounted shelves, towel bars, hooks and other hangers that offer a place to stow everything from an extra towel to your bathrobe, a hanging basket of cologne or perfume, or a sachet.
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