Designer Todd Davis worked two smart space-creating solutions into this small San Francisco bathroom remodeling project. A built-in cabinet conceals storage for linens and toiletries without adding any visual clutter, while a small niche in the shower space offers a spot to leave soap and shampoo without taking up much real estate.
“Innovative storage solutions were key to making the most of every room in this waterfront cottage,” says designer Elizabeth Swartz. “This included the use of some wonderful hardware, such as this Hafele pull-out unit in the master bath to organize even the smallest of spaces efficiently.”
This beautiful bathroom may be short on space, but it's not short on storage. With a wall of built-in cabinets with sleek frosted glass fronts, the bathroom has plenty of space for storing the essentials.
White shelving units and drawer storage flank a white vanity in this sage green bathroom, providing convenient storage for toiletries. When not in use, the small white stool fits underneath the wood vanity countertop to save space.
Clever hanging storage maximizes space in the universal design bathroom. “We had a situation where the floor and all of the walls are tiled and no place to put anything you need to have in a bathroom, so we came up with this shelving idea that David Brown built for us that is modern looking, clean, simple and it really feels perfect in this room,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
A small bathroom is remodeled to give the homeowner more storage space and a place for vanity. Five crystal chandeliers, a huge custom mirror, beautiful oil paintings and floral fabrics transform the space into a romantic, relaxing getaway.