Vanity Towers Take Bathroom Storage to New Heights

I’m sure most of us can agree that our toilet storage is insufficient. Input the dressing table tower. Since it sits over your existing dressing table or bathroom counter, it is a fantastic way to add storage without raising the size of the dressing table or taking up valuable floor space.

Gast Architects

Ideally, you’d put in a vanity tower in a remodel (or new structure) so that it could be perfectly integrated with your dressing table and overall bathroom design — but it could be added to your toilet even years later.

To add you to an present toilet, order it in the company who made the initial dressing table, or have one built to fit.

April Elizabeth

Your tower could be configured to your liking. A glass door lightens the tower and offers you the choice of adding interior lighting.

AMI Designs

If you can recess your tower partially into the wall, then you can acquire extra storage without sacrificing countertop space.

Palmer Todd

All these storage armoires are a terrific addition to a toilet with a modern design vanity that has very little storage. The two armoires take up floor space but add a huge amount of storage for the footprint.

Cke interior layout llc

A mirrored door onto your tower not just gives you more viewing distance but can earn a little bathroom feel larger.

Smith & Vansant Architects PC

Superior Woodcraft, Inc..

This notion can also be used on one sink vanity.

Eisner Design LLC

An open floor can be used for both storage and decoration items.

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