A well organised home plays an integral role in achieving a sense of calm and tranquility where we need it most. Many of us know that wonderful feeling of being ‘ahead of the game’ when it comes to organising our homes, but we are all too well aware how often it’s easier said than done.
Storage space is absolutely crucial in modern homes. Put into perspective…
Hotel luxury bathroom storage from our Eaton Mews North residential project (above).
Spending an average 416 days of our lives in the bathroom means that getting bathroom storage right is more important than we could have ever imagined! Whether it’s a family bathroom, ensuite or guest WC / powder room, organisation is key to an uncluttered bathroom. Functional bathroom storage solutions that work seamlessly into a design include:
From hiding everything away to a balance of open and closed units, save time, space and energy by taking control of your bathroom storage with these clever ways to make the most of your space.
Family bathrooms are without doubt one of the busiest places in the home, so they need to be practical yet pleasing. Catering to all ages, balancing durable, easy-to-clean surfaces, shrewd storage and accessible zones for multiple users is vital for creating family-friendly bathrooms. From toiletries to bath toys, consider the following when planning effective family bathroom storage:
The master bathroom in our Bromptons residential project (above) is the epitome of chic, with marble floors and a bespoke wall feature. The bespoke vanity unit is not only elegant with its marble top, sleek pistachio green gloss lacquer unit and brass handles, but also functional with plenty of storage provided by the drawer unit and space for towel rails at either end.
Ensuite bathrooms are often small or awkwardly shaped spaces yet must fulfil many of the roles of the main bathroom. There’s no need to despair though, simply follow these pointers:
Striking bespoke vanity storage with dramatic light fixtures and lavish textures, including bespoke natural stone in our Antrim Grove residential project (above).
The vanity mirror with steel frame sits in striking architectural proportion to the suspended, tubular light fixtures in brushed brass (above). See more of our Antrim Grove residential project here.
The open shelf positioned below the vanity basin in our Fitzrovia pied-a-terre (above) provides the perfect space for easy access to neatly stacked towels. See more of our Eastcastle Street residential project here.
We are inspired by a diversity of styles and have produced an array of luxurious interior architecture and interior design projects. Whatever the project, whatever the brief, we analyse the requirements, assess the scope of works, and deliver a successful and distinctive result on every occasion.
Clever storage solutions are the key to making smaller bathroom spaces work in your favour. From compact cloakrooms to bijou WC’s to modest powder rooms, make the most of the space by:
Balancing contemporary elements and more classic touches adds to the welcoming and homely feel, without compromising on essential storage space (above). See more of our Carlton Hill residential project.
Spending more time at home than ever before, revitalising bathroom storage is a top priority for many. From designer heated towel rails to bespoke wall-mounted bathroom cabinets, contact us today to make a splash with beautifully bespoke bathroom storage design.
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