Seven Tips To Save Space In A Small Bathroom
Space – that physical entity which is never enough, just like time slyly slipping away at our expense. But space can be subdued, at least partially, by means of small tricks which a small and crowded room can turn into an open and welcoming space. If we looked at how we can do that in living rooms and bedrooms, let’s now see some tips to save space in a small bathroom, via Huffingtonpost.com
And if we say bathroom, we say countless little things that can only be held together in one single space. Avoid cluttering on your shelves by using small baskets and bins to store those tiny care products. You have many options so you can integrate them in the bathroom décor and can be placed in any corner.
But if you look for more original looking storage spaces, then go for these mounted mason jars to manage the small stuff. They look chic, take less space and can be installed anywhere, while being a very practical solution.
If you have an integrated sink, then you an easily rely on hanging storage to the side of the sink, just like seen in the image below. It is a handy solution which can take care of those small things you use most often.
Fructify any space, such as the one above the doorway. We wouldn’t have thought of this, we have to admit, but this is an ideal place to store light items you use in the bathroom.
Speaking of available spaces, don’t forget the one above your toilet. In this case, the owner used an old wooden ladder to bring some rustic feel to the bathroom, but to also better integrate the storage spaces.
Hang anywhere you can, on the shower curtain rod or on the side of the toilet. Be original in saving space and the results will be satisfactory.
If there’s no cabinet under your sink, then you have a wasted space. Build small standing shelves fitting the dimensions and, while you also hide all those pipes underneath you also get yourself an efficient storage space.