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Regardless of your bathroom’s size, you’d probably love to have an even bigger bathroom without paying for costly remodeling. Here to help you do that are these 42 brilliant bathroom storage hacks and solutions.Try them out, and watch your bathroom transform into a spacious spa where everything is neatly organized and within arm’s reach.
1.Basic Basket Storage
Since a window over the sink stands in for the typical mirrored medicine cabinet in this Santa Barbara, California, home, a simple woven basket is used to hold towels and other bathroom necessities.
2. Use the Inside of Cabinet Doors for Storage
You can gain a ton of extra storage in your bathroom by using the inside of your cabinet doors. Use over the door organizers to hold a variety of items or hair styling products. Command Hooks work great to hang face towels or cleaning cloths and can easily be removed if you want to change things up. I love these toothbrush organizers to keep the boys’ toothbrushes out of sight but still easily accessible. They just stick directly to the cabinet door and the main piece pops out for easy cleaning.
3. Use Drawer Dividers
There are so many little items that can get lost in those cluttered bathroom drawers! Draw dividers help to give everything a “home” and make it much quicker and easier to find what you’re looking for. Acrylic drawer dividers keep things tidy and keep the space light and airy. You can even add some drawer liner if you’d like to add your own touch!
4.Hang a “wall of baskets”
First, hang two parallel towel bars. Next, cut some ribbon and thread it through your baskets, tying them to the secured bars.
Finally, take whatever bathroom supplies are crowding your cabinets and store them in your four new mini storage units.
5.Make a Magnetic Makeup Storage Board
Cosmetics can easily dominate your entire medicine cabinet. But thanks to these instructions from Allie Grace, you can easily dominate DIY-ing a magnetic makeup storage board with just an old picture frame, a metal sheet, fabric of your choice, and a few other common supplies that you probably already have at home.