10 Bathroom Storage Ideas
Designer Lori Dennis used a built-in cabinet unit against the back wall for additional bathroom storage. Extra-large countertops provide drawers and under-sink cabinet space to give this spacious bathroom plenty of places to tuck things away.
A vibrant built-in unit creatively separates the his and her sinks in this master bath. The open shelves of the mirrors provide space to display stylish accessories, while the built-in shelves create easy access linen storage.
A simple vanity was given a vertical uplift with a narrow, glass storage cabinet. Sans doors, this unit provides the ideal place to store decorative jars and linens.
Sitting adjacent to the shower, these spacious built-in shelves provide hidden, yet convenient storage. With bright green shelves, it also becomes a stylish addition to the space.
This master bathroom comes equipped with its own closet and shelving units. Perfect for storing stylish wicker baskets, soft linens and toiletries, these display cabinets provide floor-to-ceiling space for keeping things tidy and organized.
Small Space Storage
Small space doesn’t have to mean zero storage. This bathroom vanity is surrounded by spacious cabinets and narrow display shelves beside the toilet and mirror for easy-to-reach necessities. Looking for more space in your bathroom for storage? Here is a list of some great bathroom storage ideas.
This neutral bathroom was given a unique way to store bath accessories. Thin, narrow shelves line the entire room for storing clear canisters, bath linens, artwork and candles. The shelves take up little space, providing more room to relax and unwind.
Stainless steel towel racks bring creativity when storing toiletries. Rather than housing linens, these wracks hold loofahs, sponges and clear canisters of cotton balls.
This elegant master bathroom is definitely not short on storage. Narrow wall shelves next to the shower display the owner’s fine accessory selection along with miniature, clear storage jars. Ample under-sink storage keeps these solid-wood countertops clear and clean.
A combination of cabinets and drawers works well with the open shelving below the sinks, keeping things neatly stored and acessible.