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Squeezing a small laundry room into a small bathroom and still finding room to relax

With on/off ideas and storage that uses the walls efficiently, a small bathroom can do more. In this tiny bathroom, for example, we managed to fit in all of the functions for doing laundry and still leave enough room to relax. It may not be a real spa, but in 9 sq ft it’s about as close as it gets.
Small bathroom cabinets with great storage space

In a small bathroom, go vertical

LILLÅNGEN clothes sorting cabinet is narrow and tall giving you the same capacity in half the space. An adjustable drying rack in the shower or above the tub keeps laundry contained in one space, and when you’re done just raise it up out of the way–no need for an extra storage spot. And a simple curtain hides it all away when you want to have a relaxing soak in the tub.
Small bathroom accessories for a cozy feeling

Get that spa feeling in your small bathroom

Luckily, small bathrooms have a lot of cozy built right in. Place a stool near the tub to hold some tea and magazines. Add some fluffy towels, scented candles, turn on the Chopin and relax.
Small bathroom sinks with great functions

Get skinny to squeeze loads of function into a small bathroom

This narrow sink and added cabinet pack in loads of function with hooks for towels and built-in surfaces for things like cups and soaps. The wall space is put to work with lots of narrow cabinets and open shelves. Small sorting bins give you plenty of room for storing make-up, jewelry, soaps, shampoos, and even bath toys for the kids.

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