I recommend mounting them over the bathroom door, if possible. It’s an often little used and overlooked location that won’t take up floor space or be in anyone’s way. I would suggest putting up 2 or 3 of them side-by-side, depending on how many towels and how much space you have. Unless you have a lot of oversize towels, these cubes are a good storage choice. They’re perforated for ventilation, rust-resistant; will match the sink in your bathroom, if it’s white(!); have a great look, are easy to clean and your towels will fold and stack nicely in them, without falling over (or you can roll them up and stack them). Of course, measure first to see if the cubes will fit your particular space. I’m pretty handy and would have no trouble putting up these cubes, but for anyone who isn’t handy, doesn’t have the right tools, doesn’t want to be bothered or doesn’t have a super or handyman in the building who will do it for you, contact Handy In The City for help at (917) 841-8032 or email them at email@example.com.
If you’re “vertically challenged” – meaning not tall enough to reach your towels in their newly stowed spot – I’d suggest keeping a small step stool in the bathroom for quick and easy access to them. Here are a couple of possibilities from Bed, Bath & Beyond that don’t take up much space:
“This convenient step stool is lightweight and so easy to store, too. It folds up to less than 3″ wide so you can stash it anywhere. Step stool holds up to 300 lbs. and measures 18 1/2″ L x 12 3/4″ W folded out.”