Sandee Smit
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Shelves attached to the inside of a closet door for shoes or purses. Such a good idea!!

shelves attached to the inside of a closet door. I don't have any closet doors like this, but this is a great idea for the back of my craft room door, or the bedroom door. Also a pantry door!

Love this

OK, by now everyone knows that i am all about open shelving in a small kitchen. They provide needed storage and a place to display treasures and collectibles. Use wall space and go as high as you can, but keep it orderly and interesting.

When building/remodeling your bathroom, put a shelf unit in at the back of your tub for a designer look storage area!

My soaker tub is set up identically to this. Instead of my wrought iron shelf, I would love to do a built in. I've also been torn with beadboard vs. tile for the front of the tub. Turns out I love the beadboard and its cheaper!

Put a shelf over a window and use the shelf brackets to hold a curtain rod- genius and beautiful AND gives a completely finished off look

Put a shelf over a window and use the shelf brackets to hold a curtain rod- genius and beautiful AND gives a completely finished off look. I like the idea of having a shelf over the window in the kitchen or bedroom.

Window boxes (from Lowe's) used as  bathroom storage

Pantry or window box bathroom storage - basket storage. I was thinking about putting shelves in our small bathroom with baskets on them. Or I could just skip the shelves and just hang baskets.