46,666 Storage Space Bath Design Photos

Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks20,475
Questions10
This is a 30"....I love the counter space and the 24" is pretty small.
pulled out wall for more counter space!
beautiful - faucet, antique storage, pedestal, floor tiles
The open/visible storage adds decorative touches but is also practical.
Shelf space built-in behind pedestal sink
AwayNow that you have everything sorted, how you keep it organized depends on the size of your bathroom, the storage you have and what you like.In a bathroom with a pedestal sink and not much storage space, keep a neat shelf of stuff you need at the sink, like soap, and a pretty basket to corral everyday items
awayNow that you have everything sorted, how you keep it organised depends on the size of your bathroom, the storage you have and what you like.In a bathroom with a pedestal sink and not much storage space, keep a neat shelf of stuff you need at the sink, like soap, and a pretty basket to corral everyday items
“wainscoting with ledge” — mimismiller
Leonard Grant Architecture
Mesa View Residence, Arroyo Grande
Ideabooks6,492
Questions7
vanity space in between. Could identify space for Melissa's makeup and hair products. Would be nice to have my own space for my stuff.
If a tiled in tub - have storage shelves
love the storage space for towels
storage built in to tub...incase I get one with jets
Like storage incorporated into tub enclosure
towel space / possibly for the Island
The bathtub w the storage area on side
Not like this bathroom is short on space, but creating a niche for towels in the tub surround is a helpful storage solution for baths of any size.
These unique cubbies take advantage of the space on the side of a tile covered tub deck.
remodel), make a list of everything you’ll need to store in the bathroom, and then be sure to make room for it. This architect cleverly created square storage spaces in the body of the tub’s tiling. It's the perfect spot for extra towels.
“Towel Storage” — Sarah Capp
Michelle Hinckley
Bathroom.
Ideabooks26,593
Questions5
Was the storage unit made or bought? If bought, from where?
Add two to three drawers for storage
Good storage area. Could turn towel closet into something like this
If your bathroom lacks storage space, consider adding a freestanding open-shelf cabinet, like the one shown here. Keep items like toilet paper and extra washcloths on the lower shelves
“Yellow frame chalkboard for their yellow accents....” — Sara Pope
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Presidio Heights Pueblo Revival - Bath Vanities
Ideabooks171K
Questions52
go under the window. The shower will be handicapped 'drive in'. I need vanity storage ideas and LOVE your website. Thank you so much. Stellart
Thanks for your question. It is a beautiful bathroom and full of storage options. You will have better luck directing your question to http://www.houzz
were my bathroom, I would find those to be a great storage spot for hairdryer, electric razor, makeup, toothbrushes, etc. All the 'stuff' that gets used regularly. Would be great if there were electrical oulets in there.
Yeah, there is a lot of storage apparent in this bathroom, which goes a long, long
bath layout options & one that has the better shower configuration only has a 6' vanity space but the other has 9' but less optimal shower placement.
“skylight & cabinet tower” — kreigel0415
Wanda Ely Architect Inc.
4 Reviews
St Clarens renovation
Ideabooks40,856
Questions9
It's fabulous, and not the least because it SUITS--it uses the allotment of space, the configuration of space, to make a unique bathroom.
Shelves for storage in our bathroom
We need space for towels in master bath. This is saved to remind of need for towel space.
using space to the most with shelving
Recess shelves between studs to save space
interesting use of space.. which is critical in a small bathroom .
9. Custom-fit shelves. Hard to find storage space? Look closely and you may find a few nooks to tuck shelves into. Even 6-inch-wide shelves can be enough storage for toiletries, washcloths and extra soap. Don’t forget to look up, too — a high shelf or two can be a lifesaver if you need a place for extra
“The shelves” — Elena Blessig
Kitchens & Baths, Linda Burkhardt
5 Reviews
Amagansett Beach Retreat
Ideabooks12,661
Questions18
Check out the moveable glass on the shower. Steam vs. reg shower. Love the space for towels.
By simply raising the countertop and slipping in four narrow slats, this homeowner instantly has useful storage space for towels.
Window opening on shower door, towel storage
NB : raised countertop with 4 slats for towel storage plus inset shelving to the left of sink
floor, raised counter in middle with towel storage
bathroom side storage or medicine cabinet
Here’s another thought if you’re in the planning stages of a bathroom: storage amongst the cabinets. By simply raising the countertop and slipping in four narrow slats, this homeowner instantly has useful storage space for towels.
“like this pebble color” — hthornber
Capital Closets
Closets
Ideabooks20,965
Questions5
Like the storage but would have doors to hide the clutter.
Ah, the power of clever storage space!
storage for small bath/condo
Like the storage built ins
Shelving/storage. I like
Awesome bathroom/laundry storage
Storage for master bathroom
Great use of closet space
Storage design...Good storage space...Like the storage...Storage space...Closet space...Hall closer storage...Great storage wall...bathroom storage...toiletry storage...towel storage...bathroom storage
“Shelf” — 4620mc
Erica Islas / EMI Interior Design, Inc.
7 Reviews
Zen Bath
Ideabooks14,266
Questions11
floating vanity for lack of storage space. This is definitely a concern in a master bathroom, but less so in a powder room or guest bathroom. Here, the designer used the underside of the counter for the towel rod for a resourceful, space-saving solution.
4. Simplify StorageHalf-empty bottles of shampoo
taking up valuable space in bathrooms. Storage solutions aren't always attractive, so save yourself time, money and space by editing your bathroom supplies. Take a realistic look at what you really need each day, and store or get rid of the rest. Designer tip: If you still need more storage, look to your
for the answer. Bright and Pollard suggest installing something above the toilet tank, as it's a space that's often unused. High cabinets often work well for items used less often. Want even more storage? Switch out your pedestal sink for a vanity or place a few well-chosen baskets (with lids) in an
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