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The Best Bathroom Storage Ideas
Creating storage solutions in what can be the smallest but busiest room in the house can seem almost impossible. With limited space, it hard to know what to put where.
With these clever ideas, you can get more storage from the space.
Under the sink
Under the sink is valuable space when it comes to storing everything from bath products to kid’s bath toys.
If you don’t have an under-sink cupboard, consider the following;
- Invest in under-sink baskets that fit around the pedestal of the sink
- Opt for a built-in, bespoke solution that fits with the bathroom décor
Open shelving is great for when you want to display prettier items. There is no reason why your bathroom can’t be accessorised like other rooms in your home
For when you want to hide things away
It may be that you don’t want toiletries and products on show, especially if you feel they make your bathroom feel cluttered.
Bathroom cabinets are the ideal solution – or look to be. However, you may want to consider the internal storage option. With bespoke solutions, you can add what you need.
In some cases, this could be shelving, or you may prefer the cubed storage look in which you can separate items making them easier to find when you need them.
Under the bath
If you have a bath with a panel down a long edge or at the end of the bath, you want to consider using the area for storage.
You simply replace the panel with one that has basket shelving attached. The panel is hinged at the base, and then opens out to reveal everything you stored. Great for storing kid’s bath toys and a few sundry items.
Shelf above the door
Like the kitchen there are some things that need to be stored out of harm’s way. From bleach to cleaning solutions, placing these items up high means they are out of reach.
We love the idea of a shelf above the main bathroom door, perfect for storing cleaners and products out of the way. We also like out spare toilet rolls can be kept up here too. If you don’t like the idea of these things being on show, you can always stow away in a locked cabinet under the sink.
Behind toilet shelving
Another expanse of wall that is not often used is the wall directly above the toilet cistern. Open shelving can look great here, especially narrower shelving at the bottom and a wide top shelf, perfect for storing all manner of things.