How Your Bathroom Remodeler Can Add More Storage Space to Your Bath

When remodeling a bathroom, many focus on the fixtures, amenities and materials they want. In order to have a stylish and comfortable space, you may want a marble or granite countertop that looks grand, a hot tub that gives off a luxurious feel, and a walk-in closet to provide convenience. To have the finest bathroom, the focus should be on having one that perfectly combines aesthetics with functionality. Doing a bathroom remodel that also prioritizes adding storage space will definitely give you the perfect bathroom.

Depending on your bath’s design, you can ask your bathroom remodeler to install any of the following storage options:

Bath Cabinets

Cabinets are the ideal solutions when you want additional storage space in your bathroom space for your all your toiletries, linen, and make-up. The drawers can also be customized to have partitions in order to store hair accessories and jewelry without them getting all tangled up.

Niches and Recessed Storage

Recesses and niches are a creative way to add more storage in the bathroom. Whether in the shower or beside the toilet, niches can be very useful. A shallow niche beside the toilet can easily hold magazines, while a niche in the shower is the ideal place to put soaps and shampoo bottles. A recess near the sink can store toiletries and other personal items.

Storage on Blank Wall Spaces

Unused wall areas such as the space above towel bars or above the toilet tank are great places to install shelves. Other blank wall spaces can also be used to put recessed storage or niches.

Baskets Mounted on Walls

Another great way to utilize unused wall areas is to mount baskets for washcloths, towels, and other essential bath items. They’re great for storage and also doubles as bathroom décor.


About valleyhomeimprv

Steve Silverman is Cape Cod native with a BA in psychology from Bates College. He moved to the Pioneer Valley in 2004 and became a VP with VHI a year later, then bought the 20 employee company in 2013. He and his wife and two teenagers have a farm in Southampton where he spends time growing food and learning new ways to live in harmony with the land.

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