I believe this bathroom is from Sarah's house 1 or 2, she is a great resource for mixing aesthetics and practicality in a room. Not only does she use a medicine cabinet above the toilet (yes, you can do that) but the storage pods below that are egg shaped are from IKEA. I think they are really cute, and could hold everything from cotton balls to face cloths.
This is not really my style, but I love the use of vintage crates or boxes affixed to the wall. Vintage industrial wire baskets are also a great option for towels and bathroom tissue.
Simple open shelving is always a great way to store things in a small space; candles, art, and baskets work great (for the less attractive stuff). Here are a few more storage pieces that are on my favorite list:
If you have room, this little industrial cabinet is so cute and affordable.
This hive storage is unique and can be configured on the wall in different ways. Toronto is getting a CB2 at the end of summer, I would take advantage of this resource!
A bar cart is always a versatile option, and can be moved to different rooms.
I must admit I am just a little more than in love with this medicine cabinet. A dark dramatic colour on the walls and an over the top glamorous light fixture required with this one.
I hope my cousin has as much fun decorating her powder room as I had making this post! I have all kinds of new ideas for the next house and our soon to be remodeled bathroom. Just remember that a small space is the perfect opportunity to allow your creative side to get a little wild: graphic wallpaper, chandeliers and sconces, art, tile (a gorgeous hex, perhaps)? they can be the most exciting room to decorate!