Bathroom storage is an issue for many people. Why? It is because there are so many items to store. Like many people, you probably have a long list of things that you would like to store in your bathroom. These include towels, makeup, shaving items, shampoo, soap, styling products, hair dryers and a wide range of other items. If your bathroom isn’t set up to store a lot of items, you can quickly end up with a cluttered, messy room. You will end up spending a lot of time trying to manage all this clutter. People typically invest a lot of money in items to manage clutter like over the toilet cabinets, baskets, carts and shelves.
The problem with temporary storage solutions is that they can often make the powder rooms look as cluttered as it did before. Many storage products don’t last for a long time and don’t blend in with the décor of the room. That’s why it’s a good idea to plan a remodel project when your budget allows for it. The remodel won’t just benefit you in the short term, although you will be grateful for the extra storage on a daily basis. If you decide to sell the house down the road, prospective buyers will take note of the storage capacity in the room. Realtors often say that buyers notice the kitchens and bathrooms first, so your investment will pay off if you put the house on the market.
The best way to create neat, tidy and sufficient storage space in a bathroom is with cabinets. The cabinets can be used in many different ways to create the space you want in the configuration you want. It’s important to have a setup that is convenient for the way that you would like to use the space and the way the room is configured. You can put cabinets in a number of different spots. The obvious spots include under and above the sink. There are other areas you might not have considered. These include corner spaces and near the shower or tub.