Bayswater Family Home
Nick Smith Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
5. Baskets and binsCharming baskets become storage devices in this shelving unit. And portable laundry baskets cleverly hide their contents by maximising every vertical inch of the lowest shelf. A generous under-sink storage unit and an overhead cupboard melt into their respective white and blue backdrops, and could be a convenient home for bathroom products.
This tiny bathroom has made the most of one wall for built-in storage with open shelves and cupboards from floor to ceiling. The bright blue adds a Mediterranean dash of colour in an otherwise white space.Bathrooms that make the most of less space
A good way to stock more in your open cabinets is by using baskets and containers. These help you segregate your essentials from your gadgets and other supplies. I love baskets – they bury the clutter and keep everything looking neat on the outside.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Bathroom From shallow, mirrored cupboards above the basin and toilet to deeper drawers under the basin, there’s a variety of simple ways to add useful storage to even the smallest of bathrooms. Given the array of potions and lotions we tend to accumulate, there is probably no shelf too shallow to be useful. Deep shelves can, in fact, be a hindrance, making it difficult to locate and access items in the depths. The diameter of a toilet roll (12cm) is a useful all-round depth for shelving. One item often overlooked in planning household storage is the laundry basket, which would be well placed in the family bathroom. Two baskets would be a bonus, one for darks and the other for lights and whites. While baskets vary in size, a space measuring 45cm x 45cm and 60cm high will house most options.