Bathroom Storage Solutions
Whether you have a small bathroom or just need a little more storage in your space, these Bathroom Storage Solutions can help! Who knew a magnet board could be so chic? Check out how they made a statement piece and got the makeup off the counter with this easy project. Re-purpose and old ladder in the garage into a towel rack, vintage chic. Utilize mason jars, racks and bars in new ways. We hope you’re inspired to update and organize your bathroom with these great ideas!
Take a look at this easy (and cheap) Mason Jar Storage solutions for your beauty items from Mason Jar Crafts Love.
Even the smallest spaces can be used for storage. Custom your space with your own furniture ideas like The Idea Room.
Keep the counter tops clear and place it all in one spot like this tiered organizer idea from Golden Boys and Me.
We love make-up, especially went it turns from an accessory to a statement – take a look at this Magnetic Make-up Board from Liz Marie Blog.
Utilize Drawers even in awkward under the sink places like this ideas from Southern Revivals.
Add a second shower curtain rod in the shower for storage! Idea from Good Housekeeping.
Another way to think outside the box is to utilize what you have. We love how this small ladder turned into a bathroom towel holder from Eclectically Vintage.
Claim every space on the wall. We love how Lemonade Makin Mama claimed this blank spot and make a homemade jewelry holder.
Create your own Tiered Caddy Tray like Homed It.
Why didn’t we think of this earlier? Take a look at the PVC curling iron holsters from Family Handyman.
This is clever! Use the space over your bathroom door too like My So Called Home.
Sugar Plum did a great job organizing her bathroom, we love how she used the inside of the cabinet door for extra storage.
Have a small bathroom? Make your own Bathroom Storage Shelves like Graceful Order.
Who says you can’t use the small space by the toilet. We love this Toilet Shelving Idea from The Order Obsessed.
Find a small side table to cover unsightly toilet paper holders and also provide more countertop space like Southern Hospitality.
Move items from the bathroom the the Hall Linen Closet (Martha Stewart Style!) like this idea from Two Inspire Design. We love the door racks for additional storage and organization.
Skip the towel rod and replace with hooks. We love these hooks paired with the beauty of beadboard from The DIY Mommy.
A closed shower curtain makes a bathroom look smaller. Instead of closing off the tub, create a focal point (especially if you have no window) and make the bathroom appear larger. Photo Credit.
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