Need some great bathroom storage ideas to help you make the most of your bathroom? Be they spacious or compact, our bathrooms are an essential part of daily life so getting the right storage is imperative to the overall enjoyment of the room.
Our bathrooms and en suites aren’t just functional any more, they offer a sanctuary for relaxation, so keeping mess out of sight with innovative bathroom storage ideas is paramount.
1. Get a Relaxed Look and Hang it All
Wall-hung vanity units are a bathroom storage staple for a reason. Providing clean lines and plentiful storage space, wall-hung units also sit clear off the floor for easy cleaning — all in all making them the go-to for family bathrooms.
(MORE: Family Bathroom Design Guide)
2. Consider Modular Units for a Uniform Bathroom Storage Idea
This striking freestanding modular unit – complete with in-built sink, mirror, push-front oak drawer and shower enclosure – takes modular bathroom furniture to a whole new leveland is a great solution for bathroom storage. The matching marble-effect basin and rear wall panel, and brass detailing, lends a luxurious look that’s bang on trend.
3. Build a Multi-purpose Design for the Best Bathroom Storage
Boxing in pipework creates a sleek finish but this small bathroom takes this one step further. The tiered design adds additional spaces to place soaps and towels, while the mirrored cabinet above the sink doesn’t just hide away less pretty objects, it also reflects natural light — a trick that works wonders for making small spaces feel larger.
4. Create More Space with Freestanding Units
Using a bathroom storage idea to create the illusion of space is a great solution for smaller bathrooms - freestanding units with open shelving create a spacious and relaxed atmosphere. This reclaimed teak washstand also taps into a luxurious spa finish.
5. Hidden Bathroom Storage Ideas
Make the most of every inch in your bathroom by including secret compartments in bath panels for less glamorous cleaning products or small children’s toys during bathtime.
(MORE: How to keep costs down during a bathroom renovation)
6. Large Drawers Can be a Versatile Bathroom Storage Idea
Deep drawers can be a saviour in a bathroom with limited worktop space and look great with twin sinks. A traditional neutral colour scheme adds to the elegance, while the drawers do all of the work hiding shampoos, cleaning products and other such clutter.
7. Mix and Match for Maximum Bathroom Storage Space
Waters Baths of Ashbourne’s Curve range is a sleek solution to bathroom storage — their baths can be matched with open shelving, display units and seats made from a mixture of quartz and limestone with a premium matt finish.
8. Utiliise Awkward Spaces for Storage
In older properties alcoves and recesses can be the bane of a sleek and modern renovation design, but in this bathroom, such a space has been transformed into useful storage and a characterful feature thanks to the exposed brickwork and timber shelving.
9. Savvy Multi-purpose Fixings
Think vertically to make the most of smaller spaces with limited floorspace; wall-hung mirrors with in-built storage are ideal.
10. Build in Alcoves as a Sleek Bathroom Storage Idea
If your new or renovated bathroom requires boxing in pipework for a concealed, modern look, consider adding an alcove for storing toiletries or displaying candles to make the space as relaxing as possible.
(MORE: 13 Bathroom Design Ideas)
Editorial Assistant Amy began working for Homebuilding & Renovating in 2018. She has an interest in sustainable building methods and modern rustic interior design. She is on the lookout for a potential step onto the property ladder in the form of a budget renovation project, but for now settles on filling her Pinterest board with ideas for the future.
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