If your bathroom is causing you frustration, you are not alone. Sharing a bathroom with family members or roommates can be the single most frustrating problem in a home. There are many ways to make sharing a bathroom go smoothly, whether it’s small, frugal changes or a major renovation. Here are just a few ideas to help improve sharing the bathroom with multiple people: pedestal sinks, new cabinets, bathroom fixtures, racks and holders, and better organization. Check out the metro area businesses below that can assist you with these needs.

Hours: Mon to Fri – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat and Sun – Closed

Rocky Mountain Bathrooms, Inc. is a Colorado-based business that will help you design your new dream bathroom. This company specializes in maximizing the space that is available. One great addition to maximize space is a pedestal sink. These elegant sinks allow for extra storage space that a traditional vanity doesn’t provide. Rocky Mountain Bathroom can also help give the impression that your bathroom is larger than it really is, and when sharing a bathroom, the more space the better.

Hours: Mon to Fri – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat and Sun – Closed

Timberline Kitchen and Bath will help you maximize your storage space as well as your budget. The specialty here is cabinets and the company can help you decide what is best for each individual situation. Custom creativity and a selection of fine woods sets Timberline apart from the competition. Timberline has been helping residents of Denver for over 30 years and the design and installation teams are highly experienced.

Hours: Mon to Fri – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sun – Closed

Bud’s Home Improvement Thrift Store is the perfect place to go if you are living on a tight budget or just want to save some money. The shop offers over 20,000 square feet of new and antique home improvement supplies, which are all donated by area contractors, builders, suppliers, and homeowners. You will be able to find bathroom items such as fixtures, plumbing supplies, and cabinet doors. Bud’s is a not-for-profit training program whose mission is to help rebuild lives through their career and life-skill development programs for employees.

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Hours: Mon to Fri – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sat and Sun – Closed

Hutter Wholesale Hardware has been a tradition in Denver for 30 years. If your bathroom is disorganized, Hutter Wholesale will help you fix it. The store offers many types of hardware and racks to help organize towels and other bathroom items. Hutton sells many brands of racks for any style or budget. Rusticware is one line of decorative hardware that the store carries. Deck your bathroom out with cottage-style, robe hooks, euro tissue holders, standard tissue holders, towel racks, towel rings, and a double bar set. Collections such as these come in different styles ranging from traditional to modern.

Hours: Mon to Fri – 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Sat – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sun – Closed

Affordable Closets has been a locally owned, family run business since 2001. They can help you better organize and maximize your space. Once you talk to the company about what you are looking for, they can help you choose accessories, which include hampers, racks, and other items, used for storage. Storage solutions can be mounted on the wall to maximize space, and will work with any style or budget.

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Michelle Humphrey is a freelance writer living in Denver. Her work can be found here.


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