Is your bathroom so spatially challenged that it's cramping your style? Check out these tips to get the most out of your space while making it stylish, spa-inspired, and Small Bathroom Chic - just like these bathrooms below from Wanda Ely Architect Inc. via Home Design Lover and Jennifer Rizzo.
Tall, thin storage cabinets or shelves are a great way to make you bathroom walls look taller. These bathroom designs from Shelteredness and Rain on a Tin Roof really make the most out of their small bathroom spaces! As you can see from all the bathrooms in this post, decorative storage containers pull double duty as accessories and a place to stash odd bathroom essentials. This is important because clutter can make even 5 start hotel bathrooms look small and unclean.
Likewise, under the counter organization is key for small bathrooms. Small shelving units and Lazy Susans are perfect for organizing bath and beauty products, cleaning supplies, and emergency supplies. Don't these organized bathroom cabinets featured on Better Homes and Gardens, The Gentle Bath and Company, and Fabulous Home Blog make you a little jealous?
It is important to make the most out of your shower space, too. The Rotator Rod is a curved shower curtain rod that expands your shower space by 33% but then rotates into the shower so you don't lose precious bathroom space! Just look at the impact it has on shower and bathroom space!
Tall shower organizers are a good way to store shower supplies. Their vertical orientation will helps make bathroom walls look a little taller than they actually are, too! These bathrooms from Simple Human really how elegant and clean they look. If your interior design style is a little funkier, try repurposing an item like this hanging vegetable basket turned bathroom shower caddy from Real Simple!
What space saving solutions do you use in your bathroom? Tell us your tips and you could be featured in am upcoming Bathroom Bliss by Rotator Rod article!