Bathrooms are one of the most frequently used spaces in your home, but they can also be one of the most cramped, making storage a top priority. While a medicine cabinet and a bathroom vanity can serve a number of purposes, a built-in storage unit that combines open and closed storage can instantly improve your washroom's decorative potential, according to Better Homes and Gardens.
A built-in storage unit will be a bit of extra work, but it will give a new purpose to a blank wall in your bathroom. Ideally, you can create an area that combines two cabinets and a series of shelves so you can display everything from fresh cut flowers to scented candles to colorful bath soaps.
You can also use one of your small closets to include a fold-out ironing board. This is an extremely handy addition that will help you multi-task while you're trying to get out the door in the morning.
There never seems to be enough storage in a washroom, so implementing this setup could help to improve the utility of your room. What storage ideas work best in your bathroom?
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