It doesn’t matter if you’re living with your family or with roommates: sharing a bathroom often proves to be a bane than a boon. It’s fair to say that bathroom sharing isn’t really popular with anyone, but while it’s certainly difficult, it can also be done effectively with the help of sound scheduling and nifty bathroom renovation tricks.
Squeezing a bit more storage space should be your foremost concern. Sharing a smaller bathroom with several people is highly likely to create clutter—from hair care products taking up cabinet space to toothbrushes all over counters, and almost everywhere people could stash their stuff. When it comes to creating additional space in a small bathroom, don’t look down; look up. Make use of your walls by adding new shelves, an over-the-door rack, bins under the sink, a caddy in the shower, or a sturdy shower recess from dealers like Ripple Systems.