The Shower Station Presents a Complex Configuration of Convenient Caddies

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 22, 2013 • References: quirky
Many people aren't blessed with a bathroom with a generous tub, sweeping ledges and plenty of storage, making something like the Shower Station a valuable accessory. Made by Quirky, the contraption attaches easily to most shower heads and provides you with a collection of trays for the arrangement of your various toiletries.

Comprising a tubular metal frame and a hook, the object can be clipped onto the upper faucet and suctioned to the wall tiles towards its base. This keeps the structure sturdy. Four sets of wireframe shelves can pivot out of the Shower Station, affording the space to fit a couple of shampoo bottles, a bar of soap or a body wash container each. Silicone inserts make sure that your items don't fall through, and things like razors and toothbrushes remain in place. Stats for Elaborate Soap Storage Trending: Older & Mild
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