Cut down on clutter with these clever ideas for your bathroom
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Create extra floor space
Floating cabinets provide a unique look at a reasonable cost, and leave space beneath for stowing larger items.
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Maintain a simple surface
Keep the bathroom sink area uncluttered with a recessed medicine cabinet above. A frameless mirror gives it a streamlined feel.
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Behind the bathroom door is a perfect place for a cabinet of recessed shelves, just deep enough to hold one row of shampoo bottles or nail polish.
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Architect Kathryn Rogers found unique ways to add storage in this small bath. A custom cabinet provides plenty of room for all the things a woman needs, including a handy spot to keep the curling iron where it won’t clutter the lavender CaesarStone countertop.
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This dual-purpose wall provides some privacy while also serving as a shelving system for toiletries and a magazine holder.
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Design around the plumbing
Shaped to wrap around pipes, this pull-out wire shelf holds cleaning supplies in a bathroom vanity.
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The toilet niche is surrounded by cabinets, including an overhead one, but maintains an open feel.
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Sit on it
Next to the corner shower, a padded window seat provides extra storage underneath.
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Light maple cabinets and a white solid-surface counter allow the glass mosaic walls, bright terrazzo floor tiles, and creative accessories to shine.