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Look Book » 9 Steps to a Tidy Bed or Bath
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Add recessed shelving for a great way to store books, while neatly displaying picture frames and antiques. Here, the items remain organized, yet don’t overpower the room. (Photo by Mark Tanner)
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Get crafty by repurposing kitchenware into bathroom organizers. (Photo by Jaimee Itagaki)
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A stoneware pot, a teacup, porcelain creamers, a Chinese soupspoon or a muffin tin can organize with creative flair. (Photo by Jaimee Itagaki)
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Don’t hide your antiques or collectibles in a storage bin to get organized—display the ones you love. Here, a collection of tin watering cans in the bathroom, add unexpected sparkle. (Photo by Jaimee Itagaki)
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Stack baskets or vintage suitcases for extra storage and a fun look, which can take the place of a pricey end table or bench. (Photo by Jaimee Itagaki)
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Don’t be afraid to have multiple side tables in one room. If they don’t match, use the room’s color scheme to unite the look. (Photo by Mark Tanner)
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In a narrow bathroom where space is tight, use the available area to your full advantage. A high shelf draws the eyes up and can display glass jars filled with bathroom accessories. A basket of rolled towels, a ribbon of hair clips and a hook for a bathrobe organize items and keep them easily accessible. (Photo by Jaimee Itagaki)
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If you have a smaller corner of free space or a huge gap in your bathroom to fill, find a practical storage cabinet that’s the perfect size. Taller pieces will give the illusion that the bathroom is larger, while a wider cabinet can display flowers or toiletries on the top. (Photo by Mark Tanner)
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Keep items you use frequently within reach. Bath towels are a great example. (Photo by Mark Tanner)