10 Ways to Squeeze a Little Extra Storage Out of a Small Bathroom
If you have a pedestal sink or wall-mount sink and no cabinets to speak of, there is still hope for you. These RÅGRUND shelves from IKEA are designed to fit around a pedestal sink or the pipe of a wall-mounted sink. - 10 Ways to Squeeze a Little Extra Storage Out of a Small Bathroom
Open corner shelving in this bathroom in a Tennessee cottage helps the guests who often stay over find everything they need. Take a tip from this room featured in Southern Living: Even if you're tight on space, you can still fit some stylish storage into the corners.
A shallow shelf above the sink adds storage and display space while integrated hooks below provide a place to hang towels and essentials. Design by Arciform. View the full project gallery here: http://arciform.com/#/image-galleries/residential-gallery/baths/1900-1919/kerri-p-1909-8
Somehow a shower, pedestal sink and toilet were all miraculously made to fit in this tiny little room. Needless to say, there is absolutely no space for any sort of storage for all the items that typically a guest might need to find in a bathroom. What can you do with the vertical space? Second, if the storage has …
With a narrow footprint but large capacity, this is the cabinet that adds organization and storage to a tight bathroom space. Only available from Hammacher Schlemmer and ideal for snug powder rooms or storage-starved washrooms with only a pedestal sink, the 9"-wide organizer slips beside a toilet or tub to unobtrusively hold personal items and cleaning products in five separate compartments. #SpickAndSpan
When I was growing up, my aunt had a skirt around her pedestal sink, and she kept a little basket under it for towels and toiletries. It’s one of those things that always stuck with me because it was such an elegant storage solution, not to mention a fun way to add pattern and color to the bathroom. I thought it was time to revisit the project, but this time with a modern eye.