A small bathroom doesn’t justify a big mess. Hygiene products, hairdryers, and towels should not clutter up your interior. Put things in order once and for all – and we’ll show you where to start. A small bathroom is a reality familiar to many owners of typical apartments. But the lack of square meters does not exempt from the main everyday problem – compact storage of thousands of little things.
In the unequal struggle for an extra centimeter in the bathroom, is the large army of tubes and jars winning? Let them know their place: put an end to the war and show them who’s territory this is! Moreover, putting things in order is not so difficult – with a powerful arsenal of our useful ideas.
Idea № 1: Vertical Approach in Small Bathroom
Make the most of your bathroom space! An empty wall above the toilet is a great place for open shelves or small shelving. Store towels, detergents, and toilet paper here.
Idea № 2: a place under the sink
The same trick can be easily done with space under the sink. All hygiene products can be easily accommodated on compact shelves under an open cabinet.
Idea № 3: a curbstone with a secret
If the space under the sink is occupied by a closed cabinet, attach hooks to its inner doors. It is convenient to store a hairdryer, a first aid kit, small towels, and other little things inside the cabinet.
Idea № 4: the more, the better!
There are never too many shelves: they can be attached everywhere – by the mirror, above the washing machine, near the shower, and above the bathroom. Hang a small shelf directly above the door of the room – no one will notice it.
Idea № 5: shelf-crossbar
The bathroom bar is useful not only for reading and watching movies but also for compact storage of shampoo and shower gel. Do not put it in a distant drawer, but use it around the clock – wisely and profitably.
Idea № 6: towel ladder
Attach hooks to the bathroom door and hang towels and household clothes on them. And instead of a bulky rack, use a ladder or stepladder, because this is an elegant and original solution for storing towels.
Idea № 7: roomy mirror
A transforming mirror is an absolute must-have for small bathrooms. This cabinet will hold toothbrushes, tubes of paste, and bottles of eau de toilette. And washcloths and scented candles can be stored in the side shelves of the bathroom.
Idea № 8: convenient containers
In addition to shelves, hanging containers will come in handy. They are also easy to attach against a wall or bathroom mirror. You can also make the containers yourself – it only takes a couple of minutes!
Idea № 9: helper hooks
Attach hooks to the mirror and bathroom walls and hang jewelry, combs and children’s toys on them. And shampoo, washcloth, and shower gel are easily attached to the shower bar with a hook.
Idea № 10: storage of cosmetics
It is convenient to store cosmetics in boxes and small boxes, sorting by quantity and purpose. Just remember to sign the boxes so you don’t waste time looking for the right jar.
Idea № 11: a house for brushes
And makeup brushes will find their home in a glass of sand or coffee beans. Now it will be much easier to keep them clean, and the aroma of fresh coffee will delight you all day long!
Idea № 12: homemade shelves
Hygiene products can also be stored in drawers. Simply attach them to an empty wall and they can easily replace shelves. Do not forget to paint the boxes in bright, juicy colors – to add zest to the interior.
Idea № 13: compact pockets in small bathroom
Place the hairdryer and tubes of toothpaste in the pockets attached to the wall by the mirror. They will not take up much space and will last you more than one year. And their unusual texture will make the bathroom interior even more colorful.
Idea № 14: sea knots
Marine style is back in fashion! Add a Mediterranean touch to your interior by replacing the shelves with compact hooks and rope: they can do just as well as the shelves.
Idea № 15: accordion dryer
Even the smallest bathroom can easily fit a tumble dryer – if it folds like an accordion. No more dryers in the living room and bedroom!