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Configuring new storage

Posted by patty2430 (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 25, 08 at 15:21

My DH and I built our "retirement" home at the lake a few years ago (we retire in about 3 years), and are now in the process of finishing up the lower level--didn't have the builders do this to save some money. Once all the fixtures are in the bathroom, we will have a floor-ceiling storage area on one wall that is 48" wide! We will also have a storage area on the opposite wall that will be 24" wide--probably perfect for normal bath items. This is because the architect configured a 60" vanity, and we'll be installing a 36" instead. I need some new and different ideas for the 48 -- this bathroom will not be used on a daily basis, so we should not have much of a humidity issue.

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RE: Configuring new storage

How about a bathroom linen tower? It's a narrow cabinet for towels,etc. I think they're about 24 inches.

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