We've just moved into a rented flat which is really nice and big compared to our last place except for the bathroom. I'm really missing my big bathroom and all the space I had for storage etc.
This new one is tiled right up to the top and I have no idea how the last people in here managed even with a mirror and shelf as there are no holes where they might have fixed things up with, meaning I daren't start drilling holes either.
So, I need tips. Can I stick a mirror up with some sort of non damage causing stickers/glue? Any tips on storage for a very small bathroom? I mean really small too. It's about the length and abit of a full bath and the width is abit less.
I have a tiny bathroom, it's square, the length of my bath (and it's a shorter than average bath) We don't keep anything in the bathroom really, we keep all our towels in DS's wardrobe (we don't have an airing cupboard either as we have a combi boiler)
I know it's expensive, but could you find something similar to the QBO unit top right corner. We do have a bathroom cabinet for toiletries, we also have one of those wire shelf thingys that dangle from the shower for all our shampoo and bits.
Headfairy that's a good website, will look for something like it over here (live in Germany) and the suction pad idea is also good Anna8888, I have to get the image of my old big bathroom out of my head. I keep thinking I need a big wide shelf right along the room to keep everything on!
A trip to the nearest Ikea is maybe a good idea too. Sigh, finish unpacking first..
we have a very small bathroom. Also fully tiled. DP put up a long narrow shelf the whole length of the wall that has the sink and door - just above the door. Plenty of space for stuff that we can reach but its out of the way and mostly out of sight. For towells etc I have a narrow but tall pine shelf thingy unit with towells etc on. This is outside the bathroom in a corner of the landing. We are moving to a house shortly with just as small bathroom but no landing space so the towell/stuff holder will be near the door in the bedroom next to the bathroom.