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Small bathroom design – find and improve storage options in small spaces



Apartment bathroom designs these days are smaller than you can remember. We all dream of having a jacuzzi or sauna in our bathroom. But we can’t all make the most of everything. One thing all small bathroom owners agree on is that there is not enough storage space and the bathroom design is drab.

Finding enough storage space to make the OCD person hidden in it very happy is often a common problem for owners of small apartments. Bathroom designs that lack storage space are a big problem, but there are solutions.

We may not all have a jacuzzi right now, but at least we can solve the storage problem in small bathroom designs. To begin, unleash your inner organizational spirit. Go through every nook and cranny of your toilet and make a list of all the items you need to find a place for them.

Small items such as cotton swabs, cotton swabs, and other small items can be organized in glass jars. You can leave the glass bottle as is or paint it a color that matches your bathroom design. You can also use long wooden boards and pipe clamps to hold the bottle in place.

Another storage trick you can organize and add to your bathroom design is to use labeled plastic or wicker baskets to keep things easy to find. You might put all your hair products in one basket, skin products in another, and so on. Baskets for each family member are also ideal if you use a shared bathroom.

If you’re one of the lucky ones and your bathroom has high ceilings, think vertically and take advantage of the elevated space. The shelf above the door can be used to store items that are out of easy reach for children. Adding small floating shelves vertically not only adds storage space but also adds a touch of flair to your bathroom design.

Hang a cloth or plastic organizer over the door to store cleaning supplies or toiletries. If you are a renter and cannot drill holes or drill holes, we suggest over-the-door organizers or racks. No nails or screws are needed, just hang it on your door. Use a towel rack instead of a pole to hang more towels.

If your sink is a wall-mounted vanity, use the space underneath for a low table or cabinet for storage, or build a cabinet to hide the pipes. If you’re patient and have enough resources, you can find storage for just about anything in your bathroom. Organizing not only makes it easier to find things, it can also declutter your small bathroom.

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