Since I live in a mini-flat, one thing haunts me: to achieve enough space in the bathroom to store my creams, potingues and beautiful things. The truth is that it is difficult to create new spaces when you have a tiny bathroom, so I have gone crazy with the one you see on these lines that belongs to the London designer Tim Soar.
What attracts me the most is the idea of make work shelves and cover them with tiles to make them waterproof. With this technique, they have not only managed to fully integrate the shelves into the environment but they have also gained a lot of storage space without giving up just passing space. I like how they combined in this case the large and small gaps Thinking about the needs of the house: how there is a place for toilet paper, another for boats, another for magazines ... come on that I would keep the complete pack. A catch that I see is that There is not in these furniture, naturally, not a single door, so that everything they have in them is exposed to dust.
I understand that if any of you want to imitate this idea, he faces the curse of the masons, so I recommend that you think if this is what you want before you start doing works at home. On the other hand, although this solution is more expensive than normal furniture, it is true that it is more durable and more integrated into the architecture.
Already put to analyze the photo in geek mode, I will tell you that I do not like not a hair the look of the orchid next to the bathtub, since, although it needs moisture, I can not imagine such a delicate plant living in an environment where humidity is combined with heat. Please, take it out now! Freedom for that orchid!