Bathrooms reveal a great deal about the character of the home and also of the homeowner. In line with your home staging efforts, the bathroom can contribute to the overall charm and personality of the property. It’s likely that you and your professional home stager have discussed different aspects of upgrading the bathroom space, such as flooring, lighting, and other details, but your bathroom towels should also be part of the plan.
Here are some of our favorite creative ideas for displaying and storing your bathroom towels. Even the simplest of innovations can go a long way in ensuring that your bathroom stands out and creates an impact on your potential home buyers. Towels don’t have to just be stowed away in your bathroom linen closet; after all, many bathrooms these days have limited storage spaces, so you do need to cook up innovative ways to store bathroom towels, such as:
Make use of otherwise unused areas. You can use modern magazine racks or brightly-colored baskets to fold or roll up towels and place them under the sink. Woven baskets of a variety of shapes and sizes are also excellent towel storage spaces, and you can display them at any corner of the bathroom. Baskets keep the towels neatly out of view if that is your preference, or you can also keep the lid off and display your towel folding skills. Baskets are also very functional, keeping towels within easy access.
Look for unique towel hooks and racks. If your bathroom has the space for it, an unused ladder that complements your bathroom’s look can serve as a creative towel bar; it would provide three or four towel bars without needing a lot of space or added construction, and of course it looks very unique. You may also consider towel hooks and racks shaped like trees or plants, or for a simple, minimalist effect, a metallic towel rack looks superb.
Hotel chic towel storage ideas. An affordable, cost-efficient update that adds storage and also gives your bathroom a tinge of sophisticated style would be a towel rack and bar installed over the toilet area. For your bathtub, putting a stool next to it and then displaying a rolled up towel on it adds a nice touch of spa comfort.
Use your old wine rack. Happen to have an unused wine rack lying around the house? You can use it for towel storage; it’s much easier to keep towels perfectly rolled up when using a wine rack, and you also save money because you no longer need to buy a new one. You can even try different color coordination and combinations with the choice of towels displayed.