No need to keep Climbing Out of the Tub with this Space Handy

Are you a bath-lover? If relaxing in a tub at the end of a long day is your favorite activity, more than once you’ve probably had to climb out because you forgot your novel, drink, scrubby or it’s time to add more bubbles.

Even tubs that have space around them generally handle only so much before running out of room or making your bathroom look cluttered. This design helps address the problem.

Tucked in a corner beyond the vanity, several shelves have space for virtually anything you want to grab in the bath. The slight distance helps avoid splash issues while still staying reachable without inconvenience.

Do you like to read in the bath? Tuck your latest paperback on one shelf to grab and peruse while you get nice and pruney. Debating between bath salts or lots of bubbles? Both will fit here, waiting for your decision.

This shelf space is tucked to the side of the vanity in the back of the bathroom. It allows you to store various bath favorites without having them mess up your counter or fill your vanity drawers. Put them in lovely containers (unbreakable recommended) and they will be decorative as well as convenient.

This tub is nice and deep, making it perfect for a long soak. Lighting is subtle and the modern vanity with its onyx top warms the otherwise all-white space. Toss your towel on the far end of the vanity and you’re ready to dry off when it’s time to take your relaxed self to bed.

This post is part of Bathroom Blogfest 2011. To learn more about it, check out the Bathroom Blogfest Blog!

Below is a list of other participants you might enjoy visiting!


Susan Abbott – @susanabbott – fromCustomer Experience Crossroads explores Bathroom Blogfest: what bathrooms say about culture

Laurence Borel – @blogtillyoudrop – fromBlog Till You Drop writes about Blogfest 2011 – Topshop’s smart Tumblr strategy

Nora DePalma – @noradepalma – from O’Reilly/DePalma: The Blog, thoughtfully describes Bathroom Blogfest: Climbing Out – When You’re 90

Emily Hooper – @FCNewsMag – from Floor Covering News Blog shows us how she is Climbing Out and Moving On. I can’t wait to see what the next bathroom looks like!

Diane Kazan – @dkazan – from Urban Design Renovation explains Why do Bathrooms Cost So Much to Remodel? Routing Remodel Riddles

Veronika Miller – @Modenus – from Modenus Blog inspires us to truly climb out in Bathroom Blogfest: Climbing out – a very personal take

Victoria Redshaw & Shelley Pond – @scarletopus – from the Scarlet Opus Trends Blog show us marvelous visions of trends to come in Bathroom Blogfest 2011

Christine B. Whittemore – @cbwhittemore – in Content Talks Business Blogrecaps Wednesday’s Bathroom Blogfest Twitter Chat: #kbtribechat

Ted Whittemore – @TedWhittemore – from Working Computers urges you toComputer Backup or Climbing Out of the Computer Crapper [can you believe the images he found?]

Chris Woelfel – @tileexperts – from Artcraft Granite, Marble & Tile Co. shares another interview with us about how Tile Transforms.

2 thoughts on “No need to keep Climbing Out of the Tub with this Space Handy

  1. Shannon,

    How fun! I love luxurious bath tubs with plenty of room for creature comfort items. My French Grandmother had a metal gizmo she placed across the tub to hold items. It worked for her, but I usually sank every item within. What you describe is much better!

    Thanks for being part of Bathroom Blogfest 2011! I know you’ve had a lot going on which makes this post doubly special.


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