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    Wall End Shelf (SE-WES1242K)


    $242.56/ Piece


    12"W * 42"H * 12"D


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      Product Model SE-WES1242K
       Use dead space in the bathroom. This ingenious idea for bathroom storage makes use of that often-empty space behind the bathtub.A storage unit like this one is something you may have room for in an existing bathroom, unless your bath butts up to a wall at the faucet end. If you’re installing a new bathroom, consider how you might make use of this area and position your bath — or choose the size of the tub — accordingly.This smart custom solution provides front-accessible shelves that simply slide out of sight when not in use (and a handy towel hook to boot). Before your cabinetmaker builds the shelves, consider what you’ll store on them to ensure that they have enough height.If you’re trying to give the impression of a bigger bathroom, you could paint the cabinets the same shade as the walls, or consider tiling the area if your tile shape and size permit. 4. Fit drawers into the side of your staircase. One space-saving trick is to use the area under a staircase — including the steps themselves — as storage. This might not work in a traditional interior, or if you already have storage under the stairs, but if you’re building in a new staircase, or steps between levels in an open-plan space, consider this savvy idea. Here, a custom solution has been built around a chest of drawers. As these steps are going up to a loft, they probably don’t count as stairs under zoning regulations, which explains the lack of handrail. (For most stairs, you will need a rail on at least one side.)