We had this corner sink just kind of – hanging there, on the wall. All the plumbing in plain view and no storage – cleaning supplies were sitting on top of magazines, which were balanced on top of the extra toilet paper. I mean this is a SMALL bathroom. Jan Wolyniec, (who also goes by the name of “The Village Craftsman”), came up the idea above, which I thought was pretty clever – he built the shelving around the existing corner sink, making it look like the sink is sitting on the shelf, and installed another little storage area under the sink, using European hinges on the door, as the space is so tight. William Morris, the Arts and Crafts movement designer, once said, ” Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” Think Jan hit both nails on the head!