How to Maximise Your Bathroom Storage
Having a small bathroom, with minimal space to store your belongings can be frustrating as it can negatively affect how you feel about your home.
Relaxing and unwinding at the end of the day can be difficult if you’re surrounded by clutter and have nowhere to put it.
This issue is less common with rooms such as the kitchen and bedrooms, as they naturally have many more storage options, such as cupboards and wardrobes.
However, this does not necessarily mean that there are no steps you can take to bump up the storage situation in your bathroom.
To find out how you can maximise your bathroom storage and find a place to put your things, read on for our list of helpful tips and tricks:
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Having a room filled with trinkets and clutter is one of the most prominent offenders for using up precious bathroom space.
If you have a small amount of space to start with, hoarding bits and pieces which you don’t really need in the room will only make matters worse.
Make sure you aren’t storing anything unnecessary in your bathroom, as this can quickly fill up any shelves or bathroom cabinets that you have.
If you have already done a sweep of the room and found that everything is worth keeping, the next step is to ensure that there aren’t places for your bathroom décor in other rooms.
Not only will de-cluttering your bathroom maximise your space, but it will greatly improve the aesthetic of the room.
And don’t forget… minimalist bathroom designs are extremely trendy.
Consider a corner shower
There are certain ways to position a shower to help you save space and leave room for storage.
A corner shower is a great way to free up space in the rest of the room, without reducing functionality or accessibility. It will tuck neatly away to one side of the room, which can be incredibly aesthetically pleasing.
Along with this, the space saved in the middle of the room can then be used for bathroom shelves or drawers, providing you with more space to store relevant belongings such as towels and shampoo or conditioners.
When installing a new shower unit, remember to use plastic cladding on your walls rather than tiles which require grout. This will greatly reduce the chances of damp and mould forming in your bathroom, which will in turn, save hours on cleaning and maintenance time. They’re also incredibly easy to install, meaning that you can fit them yourself!
Research clever storage options
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If your bathroom is on the small side, it can be difficult to find different way to store your possessions.
However, there are plenty of modern storage options you can employ to work around this issue.
Some of the most basic examples of these include bathroom storage baskets that can easily be tucked away, as well as shelves that go over or below sinks to make the most of the space that you do have.
There you have it, clever bathroom storage tips that you may not have considered before. For more information on how you can bring your bathroom’s value up, feel free to contact our team of bathroom experts who are always ready to help.
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