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15 small bathroom decorating ideas and products


Real talk: you can have the most beautiful apartment in the world (hardwood floors, closets so big they could lead to Narnia, and even *gasp* a built-in washer / dryer) but if you have a tiny, drab bathroom with barely enough space to fit an extra roll of toilet paper, then getting ready every morning will be a waking nightmare. Now you can go and cry at the thought of reducing your hair mask collection, or! You can use some of these very cute products to make your bathroom look and feel so a lot bigger.

We’ve got translucent shower curtains to fool your eyes, textured bath rugs to add dimension and, of course, tons and tons of sleek and stylish storage options to store every product in your skin care routine. skin in 20 steps. The best part of these ideas? They can all be easily built and installed in a matter of hours, so you’ll be experiencing them in your (very organized) spa-like bathroom in no time.

And for those of you who are dealing with a home that is, say, “quaint,” in more than one area, check out these amazing ideas for space-saving beds, furniture that works as storage, and kitchen tips. design to make your studio look like a penthouse suite.

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Try a transparent shower curtain

Listen, my students, because this is a very important little bathroom hack. A sheer shower curtain gives the “illusion” of having more space than you actually have, as it doesn’t block any part of the room from view. And light doesn’t have to be bland: try this one with a playful print.


If you don’t have storage above the toilet, what do you even do with your life?

I’m not saying I’m obsessed with storage above the toilet (that would be weird) … but I’m a little obsessed with storage above the toilet. You can add multiple shelves and a lot of style without taking up valuable floor space.


Incorporate super bold prints

You might think that you need to have the most delicate designs in a tiny space, but a big, bold print (like this sticker wallpaper) will transform your little toilet for the better, because here’s the thing: a pattern gives illusion of height (aka, high ceilings) and make the room less dirty.


Hang art on your walls

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Question: What’s the best way to trick people into thinking you have your shit together? Answer: Wall art. A bathroom might be the last place you think about putting a piece of art, but it can tie the whole space together, making everything in the small room look planned and useful.


Play with textures

When you’re dealing with a small space, you’re going to want to add dimension in any way you can. The easiest way to do this is to use textures, like this feminine pink bath mat.


Get a mirror that works in duplicate

The easiest way to enhance your small bathroom * and * add storage is with a stylish mirror / medicine cabinet set. The round shape of this style offers a cool design element and the adjustable shelves hidden behind the door are begging to be filled with your stock of natural shower gel.


Add a slim roller shelf

This slim little cart is perfect for slipping into any empty, cramped space that you aren’t using to its full potential. It can hold your straightener, hair dryer, candle and your 10 face serums. Plus handy things like toilet paper, if you insist.


For the ambitious: install a floating sink

If you are really struggling for space in your bathroom, may i get you interested in this magical floating sink? Of course, this requires you (or a kind friend) to know how to get by with an electric drill, but it will free up floor space and make the room a lot less cramped. This design even adds a bit of counter space, which looks like striking gold in a small bathroom.


Get an adult version of your college shower caddy

Gone are the plastic shower basket and minimalist tiered system. Pro tip: Roll up your extra Marie Kondo towels and store them here. People will really think you are sophisticated vvvv.


Wall shelves are a must

When your bathroom’s built-in storage (if there is one!) Isn’t enough, you need to take charge. Floating shelves are great because a) they don’t take up floor space and b) they add a stylish element that catches the eye along the wall. These even have a small bar where you can hang your towels.


Make your door work for you

Every square inch counts in a small bathroom, including the back of the door. Hanging shelves above the door are a grown-up alternative to command hooks, just to say it.


Cute soap works wonders

Everything in your small bathroom should have a dual purpose, even your soap. These guys bring a dose of personality and style on top of their cleansing function.


Repeat after me: I will mount my toothbrush holder

When you legitimately don’t have any counter space in your bathroom, these self-adhesive toothbrush holders will come in handy. You get a place for your own toothbrush, as well as one for your roommate, boyfriend, dog, anyone!


Add stylish hooks

Glamorous accents go a long way in giving your small room a cohesive and thoughtful look. And by the way, these antique metal rings are very easy to install.


Please do not store your shampoo on the edge of your tub

A hanging shower basket is the little OG bathroom hack. Products on the edge of your bathtub = cluttered. Products that hang securely on your shower head = tidy.

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