Genius bathroom storage ideas for a clutter-free space

For me, storage is a key factor for any room and the bathroom is no exception. Lotions and potions, shampoos and conditioners, sprays, wipes, pastes – I’m not sure we could fit many more bottles or tubes into our bathroom cabinet and it’s all essential (right?!) It’s rare to have the luxury of lots of room for cupboards and storage units, so great planning and clever ideas are essential to maximise your space.

Whether you’re opting for floor-to-ceiling storage or just making use of wasted space underneath the bathroom basin @kbbmagazine freelance journo Charlotte @luxfordinteriors shares some genius bathroom storage ideas to take your suite’s practicality to the next level.

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Bathroom storage
An all-in-one design, combining WC, basin and storage, is a good idea if you’re tight on space. Wall-hung WC unit with push button, £518; semi-recessed basin storage unit, £279, Tall unit, £379, in white, all Britton Bathrooms.
underbasin drawers
In this compact room, vertical grooved panelled fronts on the under-basin drawers and the bath elongate the space, with full-height wardrobes opposite clad in the same material. This project by De Rosee Sa cost £1800-£2400 per sq m.
Bathroom storage
This circular unit by Otta Design combines display shelving with practical storage. The joinery was created by Mark Wilkinson Furniture, price on application, and painted in Edward Bulmer’s Azurite. Lefroy Brooks taps, £633, and basin, £474.
Moon cross unit
Pick and mix inserts to create the drawer organisation you need. This is Modulnova’s Moon Cross unit in matt lacquer in grey, featuring a satinised glass vanity top with integral basin. Modulnova’s bathroom furniture starts from £2000, Designspace London.
Bathroom storage
If you need to retrofit shower storage but find stick-on solutions a nightmare, Simplehuman‘s Tension shower caddy, £119.95, could help. It works on a high-compression spring, so fits securely between your floor and ceiling, providing three adjustable shelves.
mirrored cabinets
Rather than push the bath up against the wall, this freestanding design takes centre stage, freeing up an entire wall for bespoke wardrobes painted in Farrow & Ball’s Strong White, £4850. Mirrored cabinets, Dansani, from £700. The full suite of products, from The Brighton Bathroom Company, cost £11,500. 
Bathroom storage
A matching laundry unit on wheels, £539, sits neatly below a basin, £436 and one-drawer vanity, £887. An illuminated mirror completes the look, £796. Pentagon designed the Nest Trendy collection for VitrA

Featured image: Looking for an alternative to traditional units? The Qi range, designed by Nendo for Scavolini, features storage containers on open shelving. The furniture and shelves are shown in Kuuki Elm textured melamine. Qi bathrooms start from £5000. 

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