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Full Circle Construction Inc.
12 Reviews
Crocus Hill Kitchen
Ideabooks696
Questions2
Organizing things in a small surface-bathroom
“Cabinet” — kasiakk2003
The Kitchenworks
3 Reviews
Resplendent Traditional
Ideabooks2,715
Questions3
Soooo clean room for organizing
“ceiling” — laraine77
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Small bathroom with skylight
Ideabooks15,726
Questions9
width of the room, making it a great choice for a compact bath. A floating toy tray eliminates the need for clunky, wall-mounted baskets or tiered organizing systems, which would only have taken up more of the limited floor space. Tip: "It's not an option for everyone, but if it is, I highly recommend
“I'm wondering if the black window would be too jarring in the shower. Feels like white would be bett” — Jesyca Schnepp
Birdseye Design
4 Reviews
Quaker Bluff Residence
Ideabooks30,188
Questions13
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Birdseye DesignSaveEmail A custom wall-mounted organizer next to the toilet keeps items handy and off the floor. I like this better than baskets and magazine holders on the floor around a toilet.
A custom wall-mounted organizer next to the toilet keeps items handy and off the floor. I like this better than baskets and magazine holders on the floor around a toilet.
A custom wall-mounted organiser next to the toilet keeps items handy and off the floor. I like this better than baskets and magazine holders on the floor around a toilet.
“Stand” — pallasam
Helios Design Group
3 Reviews
Master Bath
Ideabooks10,208
Questions8
Birdseye DesignSaveEmail A custom wall-mounted organizer next to the toilet keeps items handy and off the floor. I like this better than baskets and magazine holders on the floor around a toilet.
The cabinets on either side of this shower are roll-out cabinets. We often see this kind of thing in kitchen pantry cabinets, where a roll-out organizer lets you reach things stored in the back of a deep cabinet. Without the roll-out function, the full depth on either side of this shower wouldn't be
The cabinets on either side of this shower are roll-out cabinets. We often see this kind of thing in kitchen pantry cabinets, where a roll-out organizer lets you reach things stored in the back of a deep cabinet. Without the roll-out function, the full depth on either side of this shower wouldn't be
“Towel racks or hooks right outside shower” — robinsot
Elizabeth Swartz Interiors
1 Review
Beachfront Cottage - Martha's Vineyard, MA
Ideabooks66,862
Questions11
and built-in shelves were used to efficiently make use of the available space in a beautiful and sensible way. Despite it's size, this waterfront home now feels roomy. Photo Credits: Crown Point Cabinetry
slide door to organize stuff - utility empty space between shower?
The organized cabinets
pullout organization
Organized storage
“Wall color” — angiebb7
De Meza + Architecture
6 Reviews
2010 Decorator Showcase
Ideabooks73,032
Questions21
Under sink drawers; definitely want to do something to use and organize this space
though; I particularly like the bright yellow drawer interiors.Note: Beware of using pretty ceramic boxes, planters or bowls to keep your bits and bobs organized. They often chip and break due to knocking into one another every time you open and shut the drawer. If you're simply dying to use them, you can glue
though; I particularly like the bright yellow drawer interiors.NOTE: beware of using pretty ceramic boxes, planters or bowls to keep your bits and bobs organised. They often chip and break due to knocking into one another every time you open and shut the drawer. If you’re simply dying to use them, you can glue
“Drawers” — kelsie626
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks20,604
Questions10
floor tiles are ceramic and they're unglazed so they're a bit matte and creamier than white. The grout color is bone from Custom Building Products (Home Depot).
whatever you're working on a daily habit, your likelihood of success will be so much greater. Those of us who are Not Naturally Organized tend to be all or nothing in our home-keeping endeavors. We'll let areas go for weeks (months! years!) until we can't take it anymore and go all-out on a cleaning spree
"Many of us swing between perfection and squalor, an exhausting and demoralizing routine." — home writer Alison HodgsonThis described me to a T, and it made me feel better to know I'm not alone. I tend to let home-keeping things go, because I think everything has to be sparkling clean and perfect, from
“floor” — Marge Nink
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Closets by Design
Northern Virginia Area Custom Made Closet Organization
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