For many years, we’ve been told to keep clutter hidden away in closed cupboards and draws. And whilst that advice is still as relevant today as it was then, open storage adds another dimension to the bathroom.
While hiding clutter in closed units gives a streamlined look, cleverly mixing it up with open storage adds character and warmth to the bathroom – a room which by it’s very nature can be cold and clinical. A closed unit integrated into the basin is great to store cleaning equipment, medicines and the overflow of lotions and potions – items you don’t want on show.
Styling with open storage
Stylishly arrange your favourite toiletries, perfume bottles, candles, diffusers, ornaments and plants in all their fine splendour. What better way to feel uplifted than to look at your favourite pieces or object d’art (a posh word for trinkets) while spending precious time in your bathroom.
The home and especially the bathroom, especially since lockdown is our haven and we want to surround ourselves with beautiful things. Items that are sentimental, special gifts that mean so much to us, luxury toiletries and perfumes used for special occasions.
Ideal for even the smallest bathrooms
Anyone can get creative with even the smallest and most awarded shaped spaces in the bathroom. There’s always an area directly above the toilet that can be used for storage, to the side of a basin or positioned over the bath. Even a small nook can be turned into a display feature. Work vertically too, add 3 of 4 shelves, one on top of the other. This is perfect for rooms with very little free wall space.
Create the illusion of space with glass open storage
A big plus for glass open storage is that it gives an illusion of space, vitality important in what is often the smallest room in the house. The transparency and reflective nature of glass allows light to show through.
Our Pier glass box storage is the perfect solution. Made of tempered glass, it’s available in clear, black and bronze.