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8 Ah-Ha things to Max Out Bathroom Space!

8 Ah-Ha things to Max Out Bathroom Space!

Bathroom storage can be awfully tight. Bust it out with these ideas.
You fantasize about a bathroom big enough for hot yoga after a steamy shower — a space that can be your personal refuge from the hurly-burly of your house.

#1 Hang Shelves in Unusual Places
Being savvy about the type of shelf you choose (think picture ledge instead of bookshelf) and where you hang it (like in that dead wall space between your sink and mirror) can make all the difference in a teeny bathroom (now you’ve got a toothbrushing station — and more sink space!).

#2 Go Into the Walls for Even More Shelves
Feeling cramped often leads to daydreams of taking a mallet to those close-together walls, “Fixer Upper”-style. So do it, really. You’d be amazed how much storage space hides behind bathroom walls between studs that stand 16 inches apart.

#3 Add Storage to Your Pedestal Sink
Just because your pedestal sink came with the same amount of storage as your yoga pants doesn’t mean there’s no potential there.

#4 Put Part of Your Toilet in the Wall
Unless you’re raising sea creatures in your toilet tank (just kidding! Don’t do that!), your large, porcelain cube is eating up valuable space. A towel bar, or even some light shelving, can be mounted on the access panel for added storage where your toilet tank used to be.

#5 Get the Most Streamlined Faucet You Can
Itty-bitty bathrooms are perfect for simple, single-handle faucets that save space on your sink surround.
Sure, it’s just a few square inches you’ll save, but that’s valuable bathroom real estate when you’re in the middle of trying that new updo, brushing your teeth, and doing some self-maintenance.

#6 Get a Spacious Feeling With a Window
If your dark, dank bathroom has no window, and it’s on an exterior wall, add one! It’ll reboot your mornings like nothing else.

#7 Mount a Second Shower Rod (or Double Rod)
If your shower surround is minimalist in all the wrong ways, you know the misery of stashing bottles and razors and soap in tiny, wet, slippery corners.

#8 Hack Some Suction Cup Hooks
For something super easy, super quick that’ll give you some instant relief in your cramped bathroom, try suction hooks, which you can hack with elastic hair ties and mount to shower walls.

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