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Glass Shelves for Bathroom Storage
Most bathrooms have one space you can count on for additional storage, and that’s over the toilet. Open glass shelves are a great place to display decorative bathroom bottles or knickknacks. And there are zillions of glass shelving systems on the market. Follow the directions that come with the system for the installation details, but learn how to anchor them to the wall here. Because you probably won’t have studs exactly where you need them. In this project, masking tape is used to avoid marking the walls.
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Heavy-Duty Storage Shelves
Store-bought shelving units are either hard to assemble and flimsy or awfully expensive. Here’s a better solution. These shelves are strong and easy to build and cost about $70. And this sturdy shelf unit is sized to hold standard bankers’ boxes ($4 each). If you want deeper storage, build the shelves 24 in. deep and buy 24-in.-deep boxes. And if you prefer to use plastic storage bins, measure the size of the containers and modify the shelf and upright spacing to fit. Get the project dimensions here.