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  1. #1
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    Default no room for towels

    This may sound like a crazy idea,but I don't know what else to do.
    My bathroom is small. I have no room for the towels so they are piled on top of one of those over the toilet cabinets. I would like to have a linen closet but no room for one.
    When I open the bathroom door(it opens out) it almost hits the chase for the chimney, which made me think if I removed one side of the chase put shelves in and installed a door would it work for a linen closet? Am I crazy for thinking of this?

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    Default Re: no room for towels

    Post a diagram please.

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    Default Re: no room for towels

    You shouldn't/can't open up a chimney chase unless the chimney is removed.

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    Unhappy Re: no room for towels

    I know what you're talking about. Our whole house is really small but it only has to serve my husband and I. It's so small, when I'm in the tub I can actually hold on to the sink for support! We have a small closet (no door of any sort) and our towels are falling out!
    Last edited by sandy11949; 11-04-2012 at 06:50 AM. Reason: spelling

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    Default Re: no room for towels

    Don't you have space for a towel radiator? Without a diagram it's difficult to address properly. Heated towel radiators come in many sizes and even if you don't have central heating you can install an electric heating element. An electrician will advise on how best to connect the supply.
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    Default Re: no room for towels

    Don't you have space for a towel radiator? Without a diagram it's difficult to address properly. Heated towel radiators come in many sizes and even if you don't have central heating you can install an electric heating element. An electrician will advise on how best to connect the supply.

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    Default Re: no room for towels

    I need to see the diagram as well. Don't you have any place left in your bathroom to install a towel rack, specifically a wall-mounted type? You can install a wall-mounted towel rack in the wall facing a toilet seat if there's a chance.

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    Default Re: no room for towels

    Quote Originally Posted by ShelleyDN View Post
    I need to see the diagram as well. Don't you have any place left in your bathroom to install a towel rack, specifically a wall-mounted type? You can install a wall-mounted towel rack in the wall facing a toilet seat if there's a chance.
    I was thinking just the same. Nice idea.

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    Default Re: no room for towels

    Yup, without seeing it actually I canít suggest anything.

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    Default Re: no room for towels

    It is very difficult to comment, but as far as I understood your issue, you can place something like hanger or small designer rod just above your bath tub to put up a towel

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