Storage Solutions: Bathroom Edition

How and where to store it all: from extra bottles of shampoo and grab-and-go toiletries to backup bedsheets and bath towels

Inset Inspiration

Photo by Spacecrafting

Perfect for displaying trinkets or storing cotton balls, makeup remover pads, or Q-Tips in small, cute containers, the built-in inset glass shelves (with puck lighting for added detail) within this M&M Home Contractors Inc. primary suite help keep counters clean and free of unneeded clutter.

Pass on the Pulls

Photo by Homecoming Photography

If you need traditional storage but prefer a sleek, seamless appearance, look to hardware-free cabinetry like in this Vela Interior Design, Welch Forsman Associates, and Lee Meyer Architects bathroom. Fitted with finger cove pulls—leaving the polished nickel plumbing and lighting as the only metal accents—the vanity cabinetry showcases the space’s modern, yet traditional bones while keeping unsightly storage just out of reach.

Vintage Renewal

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In this primary bathroom project by Zimmer Design, an upcycled vintage dresser provides added storage, while a midcentury dresser retrofitted to accommodate plumbing and support two vessel sinks contributes to the space’s aged, yet on-trend ambience. The result is a character-filled retreat with plenty of places for towels, toiletries, and more.

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