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Close-up view of an IKEA sink cabinet with bathroom trolley on either side holding toiletries and towels.
How to find space in a tiny bathroom
Sharing a bathroom can be a squeeze, especially when you’ve only got a few square metres to get ready in. But when you make the most of your walls and nooks, it’s possible to find space where you didn’t even know you had it.

In this bathroom, we’ve opted for a wash unit with two generous drawers. A shelf either side extends the available surface. But the smartest trick is what’s underneath: two trolleys adding even more personal storage - one for you, one for them. Brilliant!
Wall-mounted cabinets high above the sink add valuable storage space for items you don’t use every day. Just make sure you keep a small step stool handy when you need help to reach.

A super-sized mirror can super-size a small space, making it look and feel bigger. This one is big enough for everyone to use, all at the same time.
View of the sink area. Two IKEA trolleys, wall mirrors, wash-stand and wall cabinet.
Drawer dividers section off space and do a brilliant job of keeping each person’s things separate and in place, no matter how many times you open and close the drawer, making it super quick to find what you need.
Birds-eye view of the inside of an IKEA cabinet drawer. Dividers and boxes inside.
The wall above the toilet is a perfect space to make use of. With a mixture of open and closed storage it’s possible to hide away things you don’t want on show and keep on display the things you use more often, making them easy to find when you need them.
Wall cabinet above toilet is a perfect area for storage space to hide or display things you need