All bathrooms, no matter the size, need to have ample storage options. It is imperative to create a space that is both organized and functional, whether it is the powder room or master bath/spa. Storage solutions don’t have to look the same in every bathroom. Exploring your options is a great way to express your creativity and style. Here are some stylish storage solutions to consider from the bathroom remodel experts at Booher Remodeling Company.

Bathroom Storage Solutions

1. Open Cabinetry

Who says that storage under the vanity has to be behind closed doors? Open shelving can help create an airy feel and can make your space look bigger. You can store items on the shelves in a variety of modern baskets, totes, or trays. 

2. Floating Vanities

Don’t let the space under your floating vanity go to waste. Large baskets can look great and provide helpful storage if utilized under floating vanities. Be sure to keep them neat and tidy, though, to avoid a sloppy look and an unorganized bathroom. 

3. Just Add Wheels

For small bathrooms with little to no cabinetry, consider using a bar cart to store those bathroom essentials. You can easily wheel your stored items closer to the shower or the sink when you need them. 

4. Towel Ladder

A stylish storage ladder, often used for blankets, can be used in a bathroom to hang towels. It is an easy way to save space, and it looks great!

5. Go Vertical

Simple wood shelves add ample storage for toilet paper, towels, and other bathroom essentials. Dress them up with a couple of house plants or framed photos to create a cozier look. 

6. Crate Shelving

For a budget-friendly storage solution, try using a crate attached to the wall as a shelving unit. You can store items like shampoo bottles, vases, or vanity mirrors to create a modern farmhouse aesthetic with this interesting and functional storage solution. 

For countless more storage and design ideas for your bathroom, contact Booher Remodeling today at (317) 852-5546. We provide bathroom design and remodel services to the Indianapolis area, including Carmel, Zionsville, and Brownsburg.