Genius Bathrooms: Built-In Hidden Storage & Surprises

Genius Bathrooms: Built-In Hidden Storage & Surprises

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Taryn Williford
Feb 18, 2016
(Image credit: Kohler)

Things you've never heard anyone say: I don't know what to do with all this money. I really miss mowing my own lawn. And of course, I just have way too much room in the bathroom. It's a fact of life that everyone's bathrooms are tight on space–whether you live in a few hundred square feet or a few thousand.

The fact that bathroom storage is a universal problem does have one great side effect: There are plenty of really brilliant solutions designed to hide storage and surprises in otherwise unused places.

Above: A hyper-organized mini-vanity built right into a pull-out drawer.

Jute tailored vanity from Kohler.

(Image credit: Better Homes & Gardens)

This flip-down makeup station with a pass-through to the hallway linen closet.

From Better Homes & Gardens.

(Image credit: Burns Century)

This elegant slide-up medicine cabinet mirror.

From Burns Century.

(Image credit: Stay at Home-ista)

This wall art is actually a secret medicine cabinet.

From Stay at Home-ista.

(Image credit: Midwest Living)

This medicine cabinet that lets you primp without interrupting your view.

Decora Cabinets via Midwest Living.

(Image credit: Keuco)

This wooden vanity detail that's actually a giant drawer.

The 300 Edition vanity from Keuco.

(Image credit: John Bouchier)

This hidden countertop compartment.

From Ideal Home via Jurnal de Design Interior.

(Image credit: Droog Studio)

This ordinary shower tile that's actually a secret stash.

From Droog Studio.

(Image credit: Sicora Design Build)

This slide-out bathroom styling station.

From Sicora Design Build.

(Image credit: Better Homes & Gardens)

This hidden hamper to sort dirty laundry.

From Better Homes & Gardens.

(Image credit: Andrew Snow)

These slim drawers built in the bathtub casing.

Designed by Wanda Ely, spotted in this tour on Houzz.

(Image credit: Van Wicklen Design)

This pull-out stepstool for the shorties in your life.

From Van Wicklen DesignVan Wicklen Design.

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