Collection by Kelsey Keith

Tips for Clutter-Free Bathrooms


How does one hide clutter in a bathroom without going full-on minimalist? Let these ten homes guide your way.

Clayden claims that Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey was the inspiration for his bathroom.
The third floor consists of a guest bedroom and an office.
The master bathroom used to be a tiny kitchen in what was once a tiny apartment.
Bruce and Kirsty are obsessively tidy, so copious storage was a must.
The Gaboon-plywood walls flow through into the bathroom without a door to get in the way.
Even the laundry hampers, above, are discreetly stowed out of sight.
“Whenever you’re making a minimal bathroom, you always have issues with storage,” Klug says.
Atherton made the bathtub and sinks by hand, out of marine-grade plywood held together with aluminum spline joints and...
The master bathroom has a bamboo screen and a Deauville tub by Victoria + Albert.
A modular shelf system by Alu provides a more sculptural take on the classic bathroom vanity in this Toronto home.

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