Overflowing vanity, shower, and cabinet space will add to the stress you feel in a tight bathroom. The best way to make these areas feel more spacious is to tame the clutter.
Let’s start with the shower. Do you have bath products spilling over the sides or filling the floor? There are many options for accessories that create in-shower storage. One option to consider is recessed shelving. This accessory style adds vertical storage in the corner of your shower. Adjustable shelves, a basket, and even a cup for toothbrushes and razors create a space for everything – especially if multiple people share the shower.
Outside of the shower, you’ll have linens, hair tools, and more that need a home. Adding vertical floating shelves are a great option for these types of items. Floating shelves are smaller than cabinets and help keep the space light and airy by drawing the eye up the wall. Clear the clutter from countertops and place small items in baskets that can be added to these floating shelves, too. Move any other unnecessary items to storage you’ve created under the sink or in the shower.
Neatly store shower products with recessed shelving.