Having an orderly bathroom is one of the hardest things to maintain in any home. Normally, the lack of space, adequate furniture and accessories, together with the excess of objects and belongings to store and the rush of day to day lead us to this stay is not as tidy as we would like.
To help us achieve it, Leroy Merlin brings us several ideas so that everything is in its place, at the same time that you set style and personality in the bathroom.
Shelves above the toilet and ladder-shaped towel racks
If you don’t have too much room in the bathroom, nothing better than taking advantage of the space above the toilet by installing a special shelf for this space. You have them in metal, in black, or as this bamboo shelf. It costs 84.99 euros.
To take advantage of the space in an original way, and even give it an exotic touch, you can also install a bamboo towel rack in the shape of a ladder. More sustainable, impossible. It costs 27.99 euros.
Ladder shaped bamboo towel rack
A wall-mounted towel rack
To save space by taking advantage of the walls, here is a bamboo towel rack with a brown finish. It costs 44.99 euros.
Bath carts are always a good option
The bathroom trolleys are the ideal complement for this room, since they take up little space, you have everything in sight, and they can be fitted in any corner. This black metal trolley costs 49.99 euros.
If you prefer it in bamboo, there are also options like this model. It costs 39.99 euros.
Bamboo bathroom trolley
Baskets on the walls
In addition to installing the usual baskets in the shower area, you can also install baskets for example next to the sink to increase the storage areas. This black bathroom basket costs 12.99 euros.
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