Our master bathroom has a separate tiny room for the toilet. I’m sure there’s a technical name for that but I don’t know what it is. The room is too small for a storage cabinet but I really needed somewhere to store personal items for easy access.
I didn’t really want to buy one of those bulky over-the-toilet cabinets since the space is already small and it wouldn’t fit the width of the room perfectly like a built-in.
Now, I KNOW that I took some pictures while I was building this but the blog forces are against me and I cannot find a single picture of the process. But the picture below pretty much spells it out.
I cut a 1×2 to fit the width of the wall. Then I cut two more pieces to support the sides about 2 inches shorter than the width of the shelving board (I used 11.5″ wide shelving board).
Once I nailed the 1×2 frame for the shelf to the wall, I cut a piece of shelving board to fit the wall. I had to measure at the wall and at the front of the shelf and cut the shelving board at an angle since the wall wasn’t exactly square and I didn’t want any gaps. (It was easier than it sounds.)