The problem of space is very common in many newly built apartments. The situation gets even worse when it comes to a family with kids. How to successfully organise a small bathroom is a headache many are dealing with.
The solution is to look for the most practical solutions available in the market for the space that one has. Luckily, many of them are also very decorative and will make your small bathroom one of the most stylish rooms in your home.
See our storage solutions and take advantage of all the space available.
How to organise a small bathroom
You’d probably like to have more storage space in the bathroom; more cabinets or more space for shelves and racks. You may think that adding more furniture would make the bathroom feel cramped or to seem even smaller than it is.
The solution is to be practical and to learn from interior designers and their techniques to make the most out of the space available in small bathrooms.
A place for everything and everything in its place
There are many things to organise and to put in order. That doesn’t seem like an easy task, so let’s see how it can be achieved.
The best and the most useful trick is to have organisers for small and not so small objects in the drawers under the sink and in other pieces of furniture you have in the bathroom. There are different sizes available. Here is the best selection for you:
– For drawers: Making the most of drawers is essential. This organiser consists of three transparent boxes in different sizes, which can be easily stacked. For storing makeup brushes, hairpins, intimate hygiene products or anything else that comes to your mind.
– For shelves: A very decorative idea is to place shelves over the toilet. Choose wooden shelves or ones lacquered in white. Have a look at these pretty solutions for tips on keeping what is stored on the shelves a little less visible. Put on the shelves rolls of paper, hair removal products, creams or even toilet tank tablets.
How to make an organiser for the bathroom
First of all, let’s open our minds and realise that there are many more possibilities than we think there are. On the one hand, it’s a great idea to take advantage of the vertical space offered by the door. Hanging organisers are a very original solution that’s also a great resource.
Hanging organisers are generally cloth panels filled with pockets of different sizes. For a dryer, diapers, creams, even hairbrushes, or cleaning products. They are very simple to make. To give the room a special and unique touch, they can be made out of coloured fabrics that match or contrast with the colours of the bathroom.
If, besides being small, your bathroom is lacking a cabinet under the sink, that empty space can be used to place a laundry basket or a small magazine rack with storage box or a selection of your best towels; storing the towels rolled is not only decorative but also allows you to have them at hand whenever you need them.
Which of these bathroom organisation tips will you use the first?