These well-designed bathrooms have ample storage ideas for all your essentials.
In a retreat on an island off of Portugal, the master bathroom sink is locally made, the fittings are by Grohe, the mirror is by Ikea, and the floor is poured concrete.
An 18th-century wardrobe, an antique Chinese stool and a reclaimed cast-iron tub fill this master bath in California. The lamps and light fixtures by Thomas O’Brien are from Circa Lighting, and the sinks are by Lefroy Brooks.
The children’s bathroom in this Martha's Vineyard home is paved in Mexican terracotta tiles, and the tin sconce is from Ball and Ball; the walls and ceiling feature tongue-and-groove and bead-board paneling. The wooden shelves give the space an organic feel.
A medium-height antique shelf serves as the perfect place to organize books, towels and even a beautiful plant in this New York City home's bathroom with limited countertop and cabinet storage.
A towering bookcase is repurposed in a Tampa, Florida, home designed by Nate Berkus. Rather than holding novels, here it's a home for towels and small decor items.
For the master bath of a cotemporary Nantucket retreat, open shelving above the his-and-her sinks is accompanied by sleek cabinets below and a ladder-like storage unit for linens.
A minimal vanity hides drawers for storage in a bathroom in a modern Washington, D.C. home designed by Darryl Carter.
Don't have a linen closet? An elegant chest solves that problem at this charming California cottage decorated by Madeline Stuart.
Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard used a metallic side table and teak étagère to provide actress Ellen Pompeo with space to keep her bathroom necessities.
In architect Marcos Acayaba's bathroom in his Brazilian retreat, the vanity is made of concrete with panels sheathed in Formica; the lamps are by Dominici. Ample space beneath the vanity offers extra (yet subtle) room for storage.
This cheery Hamptons master bath belongs to @OscarPRGirl , and was designed by decorator . The bounty of striped black-and-white cabinetry was custom-made with fittings, and provides plenty of space for every bathroom accessory.
In Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei's Manhattan apartment, wallpaper lines the interior of an cabinet used as shelving in the master bath. The sink and fittings are by , the mirror is by , the sconces are by and the wallpaper is by .
In the French home of a Middle Eastern princess, the tub in the master bath is by with fittings by . The vanity, mirror and marble flooring are all custom designs. The gilded cabinets make storing bathroom necessities feel ultra-glamorous.
In this Paris apartment's master bath, handy marble shelving accompanies the cool, polished aesthetic. The tub is by , with fittings by , the chairs are by Junya Ishigami, the walls are clad in Brèche de Médicis marble and the flooring is granite.
In French Architect Jacques Grange's Paris apartment, a sleek étagerè houses towels and toiletries, while also showcasing a sculpture by . The bathtub, sink and faucet are by L'Epi d'Or. The chandelier is 19th-century and the inlaid marble floor is based on a Byzantine pattern.
A stylish chair by offers a sneaky storage space in the simple bathroom of this Upstate New York home. The medicine cabinet is made of reclaimed barnwood, the walls are waterproof Venetian plaster and the floor is polished concrete.
In this Manhattan apartment, black glass cabinets with brass trim offer a striking take on sleek storage. The sink is from and the fittings are by ; the walls are clad in Saint Laurent marble, and the flooring is limestone.
Custom-made cabinetry makes storing items of all sizes easy in the master bath of this Florida home. The sink fittings by , the silver-leafed mirror is by Eloquence and the chandelier is Venetian glass.
In the master bath of this Utah home, towel hooks, baskets and drawers provide a place for every item. The tub is by , the stool was made by a local craftsman and the Navajo rugs are from 1910; the copper sconces and pendants are original to the house.
The bathroom sink and fittings in this Bedford home are by , and the stool was found at a flea market. A large basket beneath the sinks offers a quiet storage space.
Cabinetry painted in takes on a soft appeal in this Park Avenue home's bathroom, where the vanity and nearby cupboards provide plenty of storage space. The custom-made chair is upholstered in a fabric.
In this historic San Francisco home, the bathroom is outfitted with marble cabinetry and a masculine towel rack to keep everything in its place. The tub is by , the wallcovering is hand-painted and the flooring is by .
Narrow cabinetry offers a subtle spot to store bathroom items next to the sink in this contemporary black and white bathroom. A circa-1960s silver light fixture is by Sarfatti, and the tub is by . The side table is by .