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  • AndreaKS

    Built-in hair appliance storage #bathroom #bad #foener #kroelltang #hairdryer #curler #iron

  • J.

    Yes! Built in hair tools space! About time it's not wasted space.

  • Chelsea Hewitt

    cool bathroom idea

  • Melissa Hedge

    Built-in hair appliance storage- this should be in every woman's bathroom! I would use a hair dryer if I had this!

  • Rene' Marie

    Brilliant. Opening front face of cabinet under sink for hairdryer and cords. For K's dream house lol

  • Kim Butkin

    sweet idea! built in hair appliance storage

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