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.
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.
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.
The shower is a nice example of how the designers of this La Jolla beach cottage played with texture and pattern. Mosaic tiles in varying shades of green liven up the storage niche and make playful stripes on the wall.
Stash dishwashing supplies out of sight. This narrow pull-out provides sink-adjacent storage for dish soap, scrub brushes and hand towels. Plus, a towel rack allows the dish towel to dry after use. Photo courtesy of Dura Supreme Cabinetry
A large oval soaking tub is prime real estate in this neutral contemporary master bathroom. Sparkling chrome fixtures gleam while a matching bath caddy spans the width of the tub, allowing for storage of bath essentials like shampoo and soap.
This traditional white tile shower features a blue patterned accent trim near the large mounted shower head. The white tile extends from the ceiling to the white bathtub. A small indented cubby provides built-in storage for soap and other bath accessories.
When families share bathrooms, soaps and toys for the little ones often end up scattered around. Using a slip-proof suction cup to adhere to any glass or tile wall, the stretchy, wide-mouthed Bath Storage from 3 Sprouts made from the same mildew resistant material used for wet suits keeps toys and bath products dry and within easy reach.
Create interest and texture with a collection of everyday and vintage bathroom items. This Victorian Gothic wall cabinet is filled with vintage cosmetic jars, ivory grooming implements, shells, sponges, towels and soaps. “If you have glass-fronted shelves, use it as an opportunity not just for storage but for display of interesting objects,” says Susan Sully, author of the book “Past Present: Living with Heirlooms and Antiques” in which this home was featured. Sully also recommends painting the back of a cabinet a dark color to make light objects really stand out.