Storage space is an important aspect of any bathroom, especially if you have a large family or one that will be growing soon. While it might be necessary to spend some time renovating existing space to add storage, it will be well worth it in the end.
A quick way to create extra storage space in any bathroom is to remove the doors from the under-the-sink storage. From there, you can install additional shelves to this space and use baskets or other creative pieces for storage. This will provide a more efficient use of the space.
You can also replace your vanity with one that has more drawer storage. Vanities come in a variety of sizes and options, so there is bound to be the right storage solution for your needs.
Another easy storage solution for your bathroom is to build vertically. For example, you can build vertical cupboards on your bathroom counter (perhaps between the Jack and Jill sinks). This allows you to save much of your counter space for other things, yet add to the amount of storage in the room. Vertical cupboards can even be added to the floor of the bathroom, similar to how an armoire works in the bedroom.
Depending on the space in your bathroom, you may also be able to build shelves into the walls. These shelves can be left open for storing towels, soaps or even displaying knick-knacks.
Of course, another obvious way to add bathroom storage is by adding shelves to the walls. Natural areas for hanging shelves are near the sink and tub/shower. Additionally, you can add pegs underneath these shelves –providing a spot to hang towels.
Overall, options abound for adding storage to your bathroom – if you just get a little creative. Let us help!