A storage solution for streamlined bathrooms, the Alchemi series from Dezi Home includes a simple, multi-functional wall-mounted rail that works as a towel holder or shelving system depending on how you install it. Horizontally it works as an organizer for a soap dish, soap dispenser and toothbrush holder, vertically it can be used to hold rolled towels.
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.
A wall of stacked stone continues into the glass-enclosed shower, adding visual interest to this contemporary bathroom. Floating shelves next to the shower provide open storage space for towels and other bathroom necessities.
This new master bathroom was located where the old second floor kitchen was previously. Double vanities, bright wall sconces, and large mirrors create plenty of space for the family. Storage was created under the vanities, and near the toilet opposite the shower. Textured gray ceramic tiles and clean white walls create a bright and modern atmosphere. A wall mounted towel warmer adds convenience and comfort.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It, Too, Designer Jillian Harris brought order to a disorderly bathroom by consolidating some much needed space. Jillian removed the stand-up shower and replaced it with a double vanity and unified the plumbing to one wall, leaving room for a sleek glass top table. Jillian painted the bathroom Gray Mare and she tiled the bathtub with 2x8 white horizontal subway tile and the floor with a mosaic of grey scale circular tiles.
Cabinets, cabinets, cabinets! This well-lit, warm bathroom has an abundance of cabinets in which the family can store their belongings. Each side of the room has a built-in armoire, eliminating the need for extra closets; the vanity provides a place for the family to store their toiletries, and the cabinets lining the exterior walls provide extra storage for linens and sundries, giving these homeowners all the storage space they could need in a bathroom.
Use every nook and cranny. The creative design, by interior designer Jenn Ryan, in this metro Atlanta bathroom, features a niche with a towel bar and tucks in shelves for towels in an otherwise-neglected spot.
In this sleek East Hampton bath, designer Joe Eisner used contrasting colors and materials in his storage-rich design. He says, “the canopy over the vanity is supported by a storage tower with drawer and open shelving on the left side. The mosaic wall to the right of the vanity separates the vanity from the shower enclosure. The L-shaped shampoo shelf cutout in the mosaic wall is referenced in the L-shaped cutout cabinet pulls of the white lacquer vanity cabinet doors.”
In a guest bathroom, designer Alisa Hoffman took a creative approach to the design of the vanity. “By ‘floating’ the vanity cabinet we were able to open the space and light it from below which gives the illusion of expanding the room as the floor tile continues underneath the vanity, all the way to the wall,” says Hoffman. She designed the cabinetry with open storage for extra towels, baskets for toilet tissue and a space to sit down. “It’s reminiscent of being in a spa, an experience from which everyone leaves refreshed,” she says.
By cutting the center of the cabinet door fronts out with a jigsaw, painting the back panel fire engine red, then inserting chicken wire as decorative detail, the designer added both extra storage space and a high-energy focal point in this bathroom. Chalkboard-painted walls provide a perfect way to leave notes for guests.
Reclaimed wood shelves bring in a rustic touch to this eclectic bathroom, adding texture and warmth against pale gray walls. Nautical candle jars serve as pretty storage for soaps, toothpaste or cotton balls.