5 Bathroom Storage Inspirations

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April 25, 2013
The bathroom may be one of the tiniest rooms in your home, but it is often packed with products. These five bathrooms show how to stow it all away.
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  In this compact bathroom, the Stylo bar by Alu eliminates bulky cabinets by creating a vertical tower of platforms for all the essentials. Photo by: Baerbel Schmidt  Photo by: Baerbel Schmidt

    In this compact bathroom, the Stylo bar by Alu eliminates bulky cabinets by creating a vertical tower of platforms for all the essentials. Photo by: Baerbel Schmidt

    Photo by: Baerbel Schmidt

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  Custom cabinetry by Kerf Design takes advantage of an out-of-the way nook. The same clever approach was used for the home's cramped kitchen. 

    Custom cabinetry by Kerf Design takes advantage of an out-of-the way nook. The same clever approach was used for the home's cramped kitchen

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  An Ikea sink with ample under-the-counter storage holds everything, including the toilet paper roll.

    An Ikea sink with ample under-the-counter storage holds everything, including the toilet paper roll.

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  Wall-hung sinks are sleek, but leaves no room for storage, so architects Pamela Butz and Jeffery Klug installed a small shelf above it. The space to the right appears to be an extension of the shelf, but is actually a panel that conceals the water tank of the wall-hung toilet. Photo by: Eric Roth

    Wall-hung sinks are sleek, but leaves no room for storage, so architects Pamela Butz and Jeffery Klug installed a small shelf above it. The space to the right appears to be an extension of the shelf, but is actually a panel that conceals the water tank of the wall-hung toilet. Photo by: Eric Roth

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  A custom freestanding bathtub-and-sink unit keeps your cleaning routine compact (Don't miss the other innovations in this historic home) Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel   Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

    A custom freestanding bathtub-and-sink unit keeps your cleaning routine compact (Don't miss the other innovations in this historic home) Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel 

    Photo by: Gunnar Knechtel

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