Kee Klamp fittings look like a great alternative to STOLMEN posts, especially if you don’t want post that go all the way to the ceiling.
See the full tutorial for the LACK + Kee Klamp bathroom shelving unit here.
~ Chris Pollock, Rochester, NY
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#1 Rad bathroom shelving unit
Luna’s small bathroom lacks both a linen closet and an under-the-sink cabinet. She was unable to drill shelves into the wall due to wiring, and she hates the look of over-the-toilet shelving units. So she created this cabinet to store their toiletries. It accommodates all their stuff and adds some visual interest to an all-white bathroom. See more of Luna’s bathroom shelving unit here.
#2 Double up the bathroom storage
The goal: to create a custom cabinet for our tiny 1950s pink bathroom. We have limited room, and the layout is as unfavorable as possible — with no inner wall space available for an additional, large medicine cabinet. See how they solved it here.
#3 Narrow shelving unit but stores a ton
I bought a house that had a tiny master bathroom and I expanded it by taking 3 feet from the next bedroom. In doing so, I needed storage space and also a space to anchor my new quartz counter top to create a vanity. It had to be narrow but deep. I had about 12 inches in width to work with. I looked for something but my only option was to have something custom made. My only option until I went to IKEA. Read more.
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