Rental bathrooms are often small, a fact that can make storage options tricky, especially when coupled with landlord restrictions. Here are twelve options, large and small, that make the most of vertical space, narrow floor space, and visual space.
Michael Shaikin, owner of Ottawa-based The Modern Shop, wants to bring a fresh take on modern design to Canada. As the former owner of a vintage resell shop, Michael certainly has the retail chops for this venture. And with an eye for great designs from Europe and the US, he has style covered, too.
While we've seen a lot of inspiring bathroom projects throughout the year, we've also covered a lot of resources for starting your own makeover project. From simply replacing the shower curtain to finding new space saving tools, here's a roundup of our best bathroom product posts of 2012.
Last week I was thinking how many cute polka dotted things I had seen lately, but Lindsay beat me to the punch with a roundup. Since I like their linear counterpoint maybe even a little more, I've gathered 10 striped items that would make great gifts.
Last night, just as I was drifting off to sleep, I heard the distinctive sound of my cat lapping up water … from the glass on my nightstand. As much as I like having a drink of water beside the bed, I think the cat may like it more. Whether you're trying to outsmart a cat or provide a nice touch for an overnight guest, bedside carafes are the perfect solution.
For being such a tiny little room, the bathroom certainly requires a lot of stuff. Whether you're starting from scratch or updating a rental's bathroom, there are a number of tricks to help make the most of your space. From shower caddies to curtain rods, we've rounded up some essential resource guides to help you get started.
Shower curtain rods – they're all the same, right? Wrong! Shower curtain rods come in a variety of shapes, sizes and convenience. Double, curved, circular — we have a roundup of some unique curtain rods that'll fit a variety of showers.
One of the challenges of a small bathroom is where to stock all the essentials — extra toilet paper, beauty items and the like. An over the toilet storage tower or etagere is a great solution for cramped bathrooms. The space above the toilet is just sitting there unused anyway – why not make use of it?
As the old saying goes, part of keeping your home tidy and organized is having a place for everything and everything in it is place. This notion holds true in every room of the house &mdahs; even the shower stall. The simple shower caddy not only keeps your shampoos and other bathtime accouterments neatly corralled, it also puts everything at eye level when you need it most.