Welcome to part 1 of our Bathroom Renovation Series. In this blog we'll be sharing everything related to bathroom storage. Below we have tips, tricks and affordable storage solutions to keep your bathroom organised, tidy and looking great. Lets start with great storage ideas you can do yourself ...
The Most Popular Bathroom Storage Solutions...
Here we give you the rundown of four of the most popular bathroom storage ideas to help you keep your bathroom well organised and clutter free.
1. Stainless Steel Spinning Cabinet
If you have some items that you wish to store away from small hands such as razors or medication then bathroom wall cabinets are ideal. Our range of stainless steel cabinets are one of our most popular and this Croydex Ottawa Spinning Cabinet provides both storage and a mirror in one stylish unit. The bonus of these bathroom storage cabinets is that they don’t command any of that all important floor space.
2. Vanity Unit
The ultimate in maximizing the space in your bathroom vanity units utilise the area beneath your basin to keep those bathroom essentials stored away from view. We particularly love the Tavistock Courier vanity unit finished in the beautiful Oregon Oak finish – it is easy to see why this unit is so popular. The double doors reveal an ample storage area for all those necessary lotions and potions!
3. Open Shelving Unit
If you are hoping to create a spa like environment for your bathroom then a beautiful open shelving unit is a must have item. This unit allows you to store those neatly rolled towels so that they are easily accessible in your bathroom. We love the Old London open base unit which is popular in its stone grey finish to compliment those fresh white towels. Bathroom towel storage is important to ensure your eye isn’t distracted by towels being strewn around the room so your bathroom design can shine though.
4. Laundry Basket
Laundry storage may not be the most glamorous of bathroom items but these continue to be popular for hiding away clothing and used towels from view. This stylish bathroom unit by Old London in its subtle Pistachio finish has a traditional style and can be placed wherever you wish in your bathroom. The soft closing lid adds a touch of luxury to this useful bathroom storage unit.
3 Affordable Products to Recreate These Looks
Here is the good news not only do we have a large selection of bathroom storage units but we have selected 3 of our most affordable options to help you keep your bathroom looking pristine!
Croydex Meon Shelving
Bathroom shelves are an invaluable form of bathroom storage as they allow you to store bathroom essentials without taking up floor space. It also means you can keep your everyday toiletries close to hand. The Croydex Meon is a sleek shelving unit which is easy to fit wherever you wish in the bathroom. This white painted steel unit is even suitable for using in a shower enclosure to keep your shampoos and shower gels stored for instant access. Even better this chic unit will not break the bank either!
If you can’t afford a stylish vanity unit then fear not! This chrome pedestal storage unit is a budget option which still utilises the unused area beneath your basin. This unit features two generous shelving spaces plus a handy towel rail which keeps everything you need close to hand. This bathroom storage idea is particularly useful for smaller bathrooms as it helps you to make the most of the limited space available.
Stainless steel cabinets make the ideal bathroom units as they will match endless changing decors over the years plus they are extremely hard wearing and easy to maintain. This Zenith Cabinet features a mirrored front which helps to reflect any natural light around the room whilst the three internal shelves provide ample storage for all your toiletries. This handy cabinet is less than £60 which is a great investment for something that could well last you for years and years to come.
We hope you have found our bathroom storage ideas helpful! If you have any questions feel free to tweet us or comment below! To find out about the other blogs in the bathroom renovation series take a look at our series intro blog post!