How to Effectively Use the Space In Your Small Bathroom
Updated: Oct 14
We get it, we can’t all afford to have those large, luxurious bathrooms we see on people’s Instagram or YouTube accounts. But it doesn’t matter, we’re going to show you how you can effectively use the space in your small bathroom to ensure no space is wasted.
Shelving Since you already have limited space in your small bathroom, adding a floor standing-cabinet or hamper is not always the best way to go. Shelves, on the other hand, are an excellent way to add items without minimizing crucial space. Tips to Keep in Mind
Install shelves at eye-level or lower above the sink. This will help prevent a claustrophobic atmosphere and it provides the perfect space to place your everyday items.
Install narrow, open shelves.
For higher cabinets, you can place items that aren’t used often, like extra toothpaste or simply add decorative items like a flower pot or candle.
Shower Niches What if I Don’t Have Enough Wall Space for Shelves? If you have insufficient wall space, consider recessed shelving or shower niches. These are shelves that are built into the wall. Recessed shelves are popularly used within the shower enclosure.
Cabinets On to the next space: cabinets. Cabinets come in all shapes, sizes and colors and some of today’s modern cabinets are designed with storage space in mind.
Choose a Multipurpose Cabinet There are various cabinets that provide you with more than just storage space, like a built-in towel rack or a mirror. Vanity Area Curved Corners Our next tip will not only save space in your small bathroom but can help you potentially avoid injury!
By choosing a cabinet with curved corners, you’ll save space and you’ll be less likely to bump your hip during those mornings where you’re in a rush!