Toilets & Bidets
28 Walton Road, Stockton Heath, Warrington, Cheshire, UK
+44 800 046 5844
Some of us are just not lucky enough to have massive master suite bathrooms with space for days! No, no, some of us have minuscule and absolute petite bathrooms in our master suites. When you have a small bathroom, storage can become an overbearing, and unbearable task to tackle. We know that there are so many folks out there that face small bathroom storage dilemmas. So we decided to let you in on some storage solutions for small bathrooms. Solutions that are sometimes staring you right in the face, but you just don’t see it.
Most small bathrooms have small, unused little nooks and crevices that can make up all the difference to space with no storage! That space between your vanity and the bathtub, which usually sits open, is the perfect spot to add an extra slim wall with a counter. On the top half of the counter and against the wall place a slim structured built in. On the bottom half, place a slim and custom built cupboard for the nasty things you don’t want on display all the time. These small slices of space are often lurking in all kinds of spots in the bathroom. Usually next to a bathtub, mirror or sink. Make use of this space!
Come on guys, if you don’t realize that medicine cabinets are space sucking creatures by know, then you haven’t experienced one! A medicine cabinet usually sticks out from the wall, taking up unnecessary space, that could be used in wiser and more space friendly way. Try installing a slender built-in unit that can rise between two mirrors. This allows you to keep your toiletries at hand but also doesn’t take up extra space. You could also opt for a shallow niche, which adds an even more minimalistic spin on the in-between-the-mirrors storage concept. This is another way of breaking up a wall to wall mirror.
There really is no wall space in a bathroom that is too skinny to add shelving too. It is a generally easy task to add some retrofit recessed units to a blank wall in your bathroom. This is even easier if you can place them between wall studs. Another brilliant idea is to add some bed board-backed shelving at the end of your bathtub against that empty wall! This will serve as a double purpose feature in any bathroom. Not only will you have an ‘in reach’ spot for towels, bath salts, toiletries, and kids toys, but it will add a much needed focal point to an empty wall!