Bathrooms say quite a lot about the character of the home as well as the homeowner. In your home staging plans, the bathroom can add to the overall charm and personality of the property. Perhaps you and your professional home staging team have discussed various aspects of upgrading the bathroom space, including flooring, lighting, and other details, but what about your bathroom towels?
Here are some of our favourite stylish and creative ways to display
your bathroom towels. Simple ideas that can go a long way in making your
bathroom stand out in the mind of your potential home buyers. Towels
don’t necessarily have to all be stowed away in your bathroom linen
closet; after all, many bathrooms these days have limited storage
options, so you have to cook up innovative solutions for your bathroom
towels, such as the ones here:
Maximize unused spaces. You can use
contemporary magazine racks or colourful baskets to fold or roll up
towels and store them under the sink. Woven baskets of different shapes
and sizes are also great towel storage spaces that you can display at
almost any corner of the bathroom; they can keep the towels neatly out
of view if you prefer, or you can keep the lid off and show off your
towel folding skills. They are also very functional, keeping towels
Creative towel hooks and racks. If you have the space for it, an unused ladder that fits your bathroom’s
look can be a creative towel bar; it would provide three or four towel
bars without taking up too much space, and it looks really unique as
well. You can also look at towel hooks and racks that look like trees or
plants, or if you want a simple, minimalist effect, a metallic towel
rack would be great.
Towel storage ideas for hotel chic effect. A
relatively cost-efficient update that adds storage and also makes your
bathroom more sophisticated in style would be a towel rack and bar above
the toilet area. If you have a bathtub, setting up a stool next to it
and then displaying a rolled up towel on it would also add a nice touch.
Put that old wine rack to use.
Do you have an unused wine rack lying around the house? Use that for
towel storage; it’s easy to keep towels perfectly rolled up in a wine
rack, and you also save money instead of buying a new one. You can also
experiment with different color coordination and combinations as far as
the towels displayed.