Just back from the Edge. Read many reports how storage was lacking in the Single infinite veranda cabins, but figured it couldn't be that bad. I was wrong -- it is worse!
The Bathroom - A normal cruise bathroom, three small corner shelves above the vanity, 1.5 shelves under the vanity, a drawer under the sink, but it is filled with extra tissue, TP and the hair dryer, two small hooks on the bathroom door and 2 small hooks in the shower. A hint, no pull-out clothes line. Take about 6' of thin clothes line or string, tie a loop and hook it over the top of the shower control and tie the other end to one of the shower hooks.
The Cabin - A 24" wide closet with one full rod and one lower 1/2 width rod. No shelves in the closet other than the floor of the closet. There is a white cabinet that looks like lots of storage, but.....left side has the safe with two shelves under the safe, that are very low. One shelf had our beach towels. There is a hook on the side of the cabinet. The nightstand is a little 3 cube piece of furniture with each cube being about 8"x 8" square, maybe 16" deep (no doors). There is a stool with a removable top (great for dirty clothes). NO drawers in the cabin, only the two small shelves. If you look at the door to the refrig, it looks like a door and a drawer, but when you open it, the fridge takes up the entire area. Maybe the plan was to put a drawer above the fridge, but either the fridge was too big or they decided the heat from the fridge would be a problem.
I know the cabin is only for one person, but where do you put your socks, underwear, shorts, bathing suits.......Many live out of their suitcase (other than the items you can hang in the closet). One reason I cruise is the suitcase goes under the bed on day 1 and doesn't come back out til the night before the end of the cruise. The designer of this cabin and Celebrity should be embarrassed.