14 Bathroom Ideas To Save You Time In The Morning
A well-designed bathroom makes all the difference to your morning routine. Maximize every minute in the a.m. with these clever storage and design ideas that look great, too.
Take a note from this family’s principal bath which has a designated spot for everything. Daily products, like face cleanser or perfume, are kept on open shelving, wile lesser used items are stashed away in drawers. Hand towels are creatively hung over a ladder.
Oversized mirrors make getting ready in a hurry a snap and flood a bathroom with light, maximizing any natural rays coming in from the windows.
A hamper nook in between two vanities is not only a practical solution for keeping wet towels off the floor, but also creates a nice symmetry.
Putting shallow roll-out drawers on the bottom levels of lower cupboards gives easy access to items at the back of the drawers.
Use clear plastic containers to organize jumbled drawers. Drawer inserts mean things are found easily and quickly, so there’s no time lost rummaging through drawers.
Take a cue from the classic vanity table and take your essentials out of your makeup bag and onto the counter. Trays are an easy and inexpensive way to gather bathroom bits and bobs into one area, creating a one-stop shop for early morning routines.
Stocking a built-in nook with trinkets and decor offers up an artful floor-to-ceiling storage spot disguised as decoration. Plus, having open storage saves time when on the hunt for a fresh bar of soap.
Glass-fronted cabinets and airing cupboards not only create an old world apothecary feel, but also make it easy to grab a towel or two.
If you have the square footage and want to incorporate more storage without doing a complete renovation, bring in a freestanding cabinet or armoire to act as a linen closet and spare toiletries stash.
In Cameron MacNeil’s bathroom, an extra-long double vanity functions as his linen closet. Keeping all linens in the same spot not only saves space but also saves time when hunting for a spare sheet or towel.
Recessed shelves have a spa-like quality. They add storage without adding bulk and keep towels at the ready post-shower or -bath.
A shallow shelf elevates daily essentials off of the vanity, keeping things organized and yet all within reach of the sink.
Incorporating a bench or seat into your bathroom means that at high traffic times in the morning, multiple people can be in the washroom without colliding into one another.
For the ultimate in no-fuss bathroom design, streamline your morning routine and do away with any clutter. This minimalist bathroom pares it back to the essentials, keeping only a bar of soap and towel nearby.