Needing more space for your bathroom? Towels, toiletries, and appliances all take up space and pose a challenge for stylish bathrooms, especially if there is no linen closet. Take a look at how some of Hewitt & Habgood’s current listings feature unique ways of bathroom storage. These tips will help you get creative with containers and unexpected uses of space.
Small furniture piece. An antique chest, garden table or freestanding piece of furniture makes a great place to neatly organize your belongings. Choose one that allows for proper ventilation. 1215 Kings Hwy uses a chic aqua side table for extra storage.
Open or skirted sink. The area beneath an open sink is typically wasted space; make it work by adding matching containers for neatly stacked supplies. If you don’t like your belongings on display, try attaching a fabric skirt to the sink. 432 Trinity River Circle places a woven basket under an open sink.
Portable basket or tub. Try stacking tissues or towels in a pretty container. Think large urns, planters, bins, or woven baskets work great.
Shelves. Bathroom walls are prime real estate for storage. Install a freestanding shelf, shadow box, or medicine cabinet with doors on an empty wall, and use it to neatly keep basic bathroom gear.
Corner Spaces. Got a little space between doors and walls? Transform it with a slim table or cubbies. Add a few decorations or rolled hand towels. 1554 Oak Knoll makes used of a corner space with a side table.
Hanging baskets. If you have some empty space use a hanging wire vegetable basket or a magazine rack for a terrific solution for towel and extra storage. 401 S. Windomere uses hanging baskets for hidden storage.
Wine rack. A wine rack is perfect for holding rolled-up towels, or large bottles of product. A built-in with crisscross cubbies looks especially stylish, or try a freestanding or wall-mounted model.