The limited space of a small bathroom can be an obstacle especially when we need space to organize and decorate it according to our tastes and preferences. Therefore, today we show you different very effective solutions to save a few centimeters, become a comfortable and practical space for you and your family.
Basic Things Needed:
Determine the things that are essential for the bathroom. Beauty supplies, makeup, towels, toilet paper, cleaning supplies. Discard things that have expired or that you no longer use. Once the function is defined, you have to find the right place for each item with different solutions.
The area of the sink can be used to include things on it, in the area of the wall and under the sink. Here we see an open piece of furniture with baskets for depositing toilet paper or folded towel racks.
A mirror over the sink is a great ally for personal hygiene. A practical way to organize small things like swabs, cottons, soaps are those that bring storage space on the side.
Materials that reflect light such as glass or metal create breadth and depth. Large mirrors provide the feeling of more space.
Just as effective is having zoned and functional lighting. Placing wall lamps on or to the sides of the sink mirror helps suppress shading from general bathroom light. A practical option is to add a paper holder to the side of the sink.
Rows of small shelves:
Add small shelves to the side of the wash or to a corner to take advantage of all the available space.
Shower or Bath Area:
Small baskets hung inside the hooks of the curtain give us the possibility to store the products that are needed at the moment, without having to look for additional space in this area.
For extra storage, one idea is to include a bespoke shelf as a base for the bathtub.
The recessed niches in the wall are a very good option for decoration and storage. Also take advantage of the free area outside the bathtub, including a shelving system.
In the area of the shower wall you can make these small shelves yourself to include personal hygiene products.
The door area is often wasted by many of us. The most common is to place towel racks behind and above the door a shelf to accommodate towels. In the same way, the adjacent area can help with a long, narrow shelf.
The baskets or baskets are practical and decorative. Group three or two together and hang them on the wall with rolled towels, soaps, scrubs, among others.
Large, linear ceramic wall tiles give us the illusion of wider walls.
You can take advantage of a closet or shelf with doors to adapt different organizers for small, large or medium things.
The toilet area can be used by surrounding it with storage furniture as we see here.
Another way is to complement the design of the small bathroom through shelves in rows towards the side of the toilet.
And, another option, is through the niche-type storage boxes, providing a symmetrical, linear and ideal approach for small bathrooms.
Do not forget to take advantage of the corners or corners. As we can see, this bathroom makes the most of the space by placing the sink in the corner.
Showers with glass doors are very useful because they not only create the feeling of depth, but also reflect natural light, allowing you to see a space larger than it is.
A small, functional bathroom doesn’t have to be boring. Choose light colors as your main and play with fun colors and patterns. This beautiful decor displays linear and floral patterns, as well as accent shades of green, red, and orange.
This is a highly functional bathroom. Long, narrow and zoned by function. Towards the back we find the shower area, in the center the toilet area and next to the door the sink.
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