When it comes to choosing ideas to maintain your bathroom, professional bathroom designers really have a job at hand. Of course, there are many different styles and solutions, but getting the right proportions, functionality and aesthetics is a difficult task and it is certainly left to professionals. That is why we have developed this practical guide that will be the first inspiration to perfect the perfect choice for a specific bathroom project.
From storage ideas for small bathrooms that work in very modest homes to innovative, addictive and smart ideas for bathroom storage, everyone finds something in this guide and highlights some of our favorite styles. It has been a long time since the simple cabinets on the wall were the only solution, because these pictures are certainly visible!
Ideas for maintaining swimming pools
Bathroom cabinets as installed are naturally “floating” and this can be assisted by ensuring that the items in the suite are similarly mounted. A great way to achieve a more contemporary finish by keeping the bathroom wall cabinets, sinks and hand towels, means you get a feeling of more space on the floor, making this idea perfect for the more modest bathroom.
The floating bath also offers an additional benefit as the cabinets also function as double-sided shelves. The area above the cabinets can be used as an easily accessible space for items such as clean and clean towels, and this does not allow you to permanently introduce accent colors.
Deposit for industrial bathrooms
It’s no secret that concrete pouring is a big news in interior design circles now and all counters and islands of the cast kitchen are a little more common, bathroom vanity units can follow example. Sometimes intelligent storage ideas come from the simplest solutions. Here we see a cement monobloc vanity unit that offers plenty of space without having to forego bulky doors or eye-catching surfaces.
With enough space for double basins and a large shelf level that is open at the bottom, this concrete washbasin can hold all the necessary products and accessories, while maintaining a very sober and industrial aesthetic. Besides, we all know that gray is a popular interior color, no, so this is a perfectly fashionable idea.
Rustic storage room for the bathroom
The rustic bathrooms always seem to benefit from this perfect mix of practices and beauty, and the containment solutions in them are definitely beautiful, as they tend to be simpler. It is logical that demolished brick walls and rich floors should not be obscured by bulky or roughly modern cabinets, which is why a series of peeled back hooks, exposed wooden staircases and heated towel rails work so well.
For rustic baths with freestanding baths, as seen here, traditional accents like bathtubs or even floor care products are absolutely perfect, guaranteeing that there is room for everything without being overcrowded or, in contrast, the older style. [AL]