There’s no doubt that your bathroom is one of the most important rooms in your home. When you think about remodeling your bathroom, you probably think of how to make it look and function better. Bathroom cabinets will be an important part of your refreshed space. You can make your bathroom more spacious and organized with custom built-ins.
With custom bathroom storage shelves, you can maximize functionality while using the least amount of space. Organize all the items in this room into a designated area. Here are some common storage options that you might consider:
- Linen Closet
- Built-In Laundry Hamper
- Toilet Paper Storage
- Medicine Cabinet
- Recessed Shelving
- Pull-Out Shelves
This all-important area keeps your clean towels handy. You might also be storing your sheets or cleaning products there. Some of your options are open shelves or closed, deep shelves or shallow, doors that blend in seamlessly with the wall materials, or decorative doors that make a bold statement.
Built-In Laundry Hamper
Imagine what a difference a built-in laundry hamper can make in the appearance of your bathroom, keeping the laundry pile out of sight until you can wash it. When choosing a custom built-in, you can plan precisely the size of hamper you need.
Toilet Paper Storage
You can add a shelf above the toilet paper holder to enable you to keep a couple of rolls handy. Or, if you buy toilet tissue in bulk, you might want extra room in the built-in cabinets under your sink.
Here is your opportunity to customize this basic unit of bathroom storage. Do you like open shelving to show off your perfume bottles? You may want mirrored doors to keep all the clutter out of sight while adding another mirror to the room.
Recessed shelving truly customizes your room. Do you want to display your neatly folded fluffy bath towels? Maybe you want narrow shelves within your tub surround. Perhaps you want wood frames around your recessed shelving.
This is a practical option for small bathroom storage, adding narrow movable shelves into small spaces. Pull-out shelves can be handy in several locations: behind a mirror, beside the toilet, or between the shower unit and the soaking tub.
At first thought, bookshelves may seem an odd addition to the bathroom. However, if you enjoy reading in the bath, they make perfect sense. You can also use them to hold organizational baskets or to display your decor items.