A 2-in-1 ladder
Ikea Favorite for this clever scale, from the Ikea Sprutt capsule collection. Its multiple storage baskets allow you to keep everyday essentials close at hand: hairdryer, make-up, towels ... all with a lot of style!
A swivel cupboard
Castorama In the series of multi-function accessories, the editorial team fell for this pivoting mirror behind which hide three storage shelves. Discreet and very design, it fits easily in a bathroom of mini size!
Support for hairdressing equipment
La Redoute Followers of straighteners and hairdryers, these wall-mounted accessories will make your life easier! Their curved chromed steel rods perfectly resist attacks from the ambient humidity of the bathroom, while leaving their hairdressing equipment close at hand for daily use.
Baskets high up
Ikea Here is a well thought-out accessory, designed by the Swedish giant Ikea: these three superimposed baskets occupy a minimum of floor space, and the storage space is nonetheless substantial. We love its simple and functional design!
A pretty curtain
Bel Ordinaire Hiding your products behind a graphic curtain is THE good idea to adopt in a small bathroom. The space remains airy while adopting a nice touch of color. If the floor and the walls of your toilet space are united, bet on punchy patterns. Otherwise, a sober colored fabric will be more appropriate.
Use all the space
Ferm Living When you have a mini bathroom, it is essential to use all the space available, from floor to ceiling. In this ultra-bright bathroom, accessories have a prominent place! We fall in love with the practical wall pocket for storing small beauty accessories, and the graphic shower curtain to match the dirty laundry bag. This very contemporary Scandinavian atmosphere is easily copied!
La Redoute Optimized storage is not necessarily synonymous with XXL closets, as this very successful layout by La Redoute proves. The towel rack ladder associated with the washbasin cabinet easily accessorizes this small space with Nordic accents.
So deco The art of planning your bathroom is to use every corner of the room intelligently: these two examples show that the door is a strategic place to store your toiletries. Whether behind, through a small shallow wardrobe, or above with a tailor-made shelf, the space is perfectly optimized here.
Make the wall!
Ikea We adopt the tone on tone for these wall accessories, if possible in clear palettes to enhance the brightness. The walls are thus optimized without being overloaded.