8 premium bathroom upgrades

Maximum storage

One way to improve the look of any bathroom is to organize it. Put everything away, and your bathroom just might look like it came out of a magazine.

ShelfGenie’s custom-designed Glide-Outs are full-extension shelves that maximize your cabinets’ storage capacity and functionality. For a double vanity in the master bath, ShelfGenie might cost $800 to $1,200.

For do-it-yourselfers, Rev-a-Shelf offers a similar product that you can purchase at Home Depot or Lowe’s.

Its vanity cabinet pullout organizers start at about $250 per cabinet and feature storage bins and adjustable shelves for stowing everything from cleaning supplies to curling irons.

Storage towers, medicine cabinets, over-the-toilet cabinets and wall cabinets offer additional storage at any price point.

Shelves, racks and holders installed on the inside of cabinet doors are easy, inexpensive options.

For a streamlined look that works in even the smallest bathrooms, consider a recessed cabinet built in between wall studs. Though the cabinet won’t be deep, it will store items like shampoo and medicine.