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Lucy Searle added this to This Is How You Squeeze In a Master Suite (That Even Feels Roomy)3 December 2020

Cheat a master suiteIf you’re on a budget and can’t quite stretch to knocking down walls to transform two smallish bedrooms into one large master suite, you could create the impression of one using décor. Here, the same flooring and colour scheme, carried from the bedroom through into the hallway and on into the bathroom – plus a clever pull-out storage unit for shampoos and lotions on the landing – unite the two spaces without none of the extra spend or hassle.Read more:8 Must-Haves in a Modern Master BedroomBefore & After: A Master Bathroom Gets a 5-Star MakeoverTell us:How would you create enough space for an en suite in your home? Share your ideas in the Comments section.

Laura Gaskill added this to How to Design a Dreamy Master Bathroom15 March 2019

What would have been a wasted section of wall space here was transformed into hidden shelving that’s perfect for storing spare toiletries.

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Christa Williams added this to Bathroom Storage19 February 2022

Possibly next to shower area in spare bathroom? Hold towels, TP, etc.

mathmama911 added this to Master Bathroom25 October 2021

Vertical shelf storage - linen closet replacement possibility

Louise B. added this to Bathroom8 October 2021

wall mounted vanity with waste pipe boxed in

h_bd added this to House Mood Board16 August 2021

Hidden shelves, though what stops th8ngs toppling over?

Megan Loly added this to Under stair Bar15 July 2021

Another alternative solution - feature wall. Removes problem of terminating plaster.

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