Whether your bathroom is large or small, these savvy storage ideas will help you add space and stay organized.
Utilize Awkward Space
Forgoing a vanity for a floating sink looks more modern, but doesn’t add much in the way of storage. Hanging a floating shelf below the sink keeps with the airy feel while also providing a much-needed storage option.
Baskets Always Work
Or, just skip the shelf altogether and simply place stylish baskets on the floor underneath the floating sink for a casual, rustic look.
Just Add Wheels
Bar carts work perfectly in bathrooms with little to no cabinets or shelves. They can be moved out of the way or closer to the shower as needed.
Ladder Towel Rack
Leaning a ladder against the wall is an unexpected way to hang towels. Ladders don’t take up a lot of room, and add an interesting, boho element.
Carve a Niche
Carve out dead wall space to house floating shelves where towels and soaps can be stored in a pretty display. Nautical candle jars serve as attractive storage for toothpaste, cotton balls and other toiletries.
You don’t need a shelf to use storage boxes you love. Just hang them from the walls to create a unique design feature that also saves floor space.
Scour salvage stores or garage sales for a cabinet unit in good condition. Then, repurpose it as a budget-friendly storage solution above the toilet.
Inexpensive containers from the dollar store or Ikea add convenient storage to the back of any cabinet door. Hanging them with Command strips makes them temporary with no damage to your cabinet.
Simple wood shelves add ample storage for toilet paper, towels and bathroom essentials. A couple of house plants bring even more life to the design.
Wire baskets add a charming feature and feel airy than traditional wood shelves.
Handsome Hanging Storage
Double robe hooks keep robes and towels close by the shower door and free up valuable shelf space.
If you have a tiny bathroom with no room for storage containers, use the space underneath the sink. The skirt allows you to add several storage containers without making the space look cluttered.
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