10 Small Space Storage Solutions for the Bathroom
The bathroom is the smallest room in the house, yet stores the most varied collection of stuff. How do you fit everything in and keep it from getting cluttered? Here are 10 creative storage solutions from our archives and around the web.1. Labeled storage. Kristen shared her bathroom shelving solution with us in 2010. She embroidered small baskets for easy sorting and access, and we love the result.2. Mason jars. Keep small items on hand with this DIY mason jar solution via ReadyMade.
Pom-Poms Make Colorful Rugs, Chairs & Poufs
Something about these brightly-colored poof balls is deliciously simple and richly complex all at the same time - they look spontaneous and accidental versus a more typical well-planned design. MYK Berlin tapped into some childhood impulse to create this series of non-standard furnishings, and s ...
The Floating Sofa
This is the inflatable waterborne sofa that comfortably seats three adults. Intended for use in swimming pools or other calm waters. Includes three inflatable pillows. Supports up to 350 lbs.
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Claim a narrow gap in your bathroom for extra storage with this cabinet. This slim cabinet features a small top drawer and a larger space below with two built-in shelves to offer efficient use of space, and the white finish makes this wood cabinet bright, neutral, and easy to blend in with your bathroom decor.
Hi-Tech Furniture With Built-In TV And Computer
Roberta Ramme, a Brazilian designer, has created the multi functional chaise-Longue called Wave Chaise. It is actually just a concept furniture that is specially designed for tech-savvy teenagers. The Wave Chaise is equipped with a TV, DVD and a music system along with a computer desk in its front. You can do whatever you want …
The Genuine Baltic Coast Strandkorb
This strandkorb, or beach basket, was originally invented by a basketmaker from Rostock, Germany in 1882 for a woman from nearby Warnem�nde who wanted to combat her rheumatism while vacationing on the beaches of the windswept Baltic coast.