There never seems to be enough space inside the bathroom because we always need store a lot of assorted products, cleaners and accessories. It always seems to be limited space as far as the bathroom is concerned.
Thus, it is essential that we are creative and adept at improvisation when we are considering the small bathroom storage system that we are going to use.
The way to go with bathroom space design and utilization is to find the answers for some direct questions about your needs, fancies and lifestyle which we want to bring inside the bathroom. Further, we want to achieve and maintain an appropriate functionality in the storage system especially if we are sharing stuff with a partner or even a large family. However, you don’t have to be an architect or an accomplished interior design specialist to be able to come up with an ideal small bathroom storage design and layout. All you need to have are a few tools and a lot of creative ideas in order to come up with a plan.
The first thing that you have consider is your available space. You have to determine the available space that you have for additional fixtures like wall storage systems inside the bathroom. While doing this task, keep in mind the normal flow inside the bathroom and other existing furniture and objects that are inside or will be included in the plan. Be extra careful to concern yourself with the doors and windows, measure them very carefully. Consider the swath of space that is covered when you swing the door open. You don’t want to over stuff the space inside your bathroom in a way that it impedes in your movement and the movement of your door. You can do these by taking a measure of the overall layout with an ordinary measuring tape. Aside from the doors and windows, take note of the location point of switches, lighting fixtures and wall sockets.
Look at the unused space. The perfect and most effective way to see the real available space is to look at your bathroom shell from different perspective. First survey the bathroom at floor level. You may consider the space needed for objects and small bathroom storage that are normally place on the floor. After this, carefully survey the possible open spaces above the bathtub, the toilet, under the bathroom sink and behind the bathroom door. The purpose of the procedure is to check the nook and cranny inside the bathroom where you can put small cabinet, shelves, rack and hook system. Make a checklist of the things you want to have inside your bathroom and make the appropriate of the items you want displayed and the things that you want to be concealed. After you have a thorough assessment of the available space inside your bathroom, the next part of the process would be to determine your essentials needs and requirements while you are inside the bathroom. Consider the space requirement of large towels and linens which you want to store and have inside the bathroom. Decide if you are going to install bathroom hooks for your dressing gowns or not. How about towel racks and shelves? Weigh their importance against the available space that is available for such small bathroom storage system. The best way to do this is to prioritize the items and things that you want to put inside the bathroom and also do the same procedure with the furniture and other storage system that you are planning to have in your bathroom. Once done with all of these tasks, the next step is to layout your plan based on the result of assessment of available space and the things you need inside the bathroom.