44 Unique Storage Ideas for a Small Bathroom to Make Yours Bigger
With these unique STORAGE ideas and tweaks you can make your small bathroom appear bigger and organized!
Organizing your bathroom can be complicated. You have to worry about space, hygiene and placement in a way that suits your family’s style but is also functional for everyday use. If your bathroom is small or cramped, that’s another hurdle to overcome.
The good news is that small bathroom storage ideas do exist. They might be a little more creative than the ones typically displayed in home and garden magazines, but that just means your space will be unique.
There are a few things to consider when thinking about organization in a tiny bathroom. Are you taking advantage of the entire space? Are you hanging, hooking, shelving and stacking things both horizontally and vertically? Can you do something more efficiently? For example, instead of folding your towels, can you roll them? Is your design actually functional? Will you use it? Will your kids use it? It’s pointless to install clever shelves and hooks if they’ll be ignored by your family.
Here are just a few ways to re-organize your towels and toiletries during your next round of spring cleaning.
1. An Example of Vertical Space
Put underutilized walls and doors to task! Use this hotel-style multitiered towel rack for an upgrade on the single, inefficient towel hook. here’s is the more detail.
2. Safe Storage for Electronics
It can be difficult to store styling appliances, such as hair dryers, curling irons, and flat irons because you don’t want to store hot appliances in drawers or cabinets. You also don’t want these appliances taking up valuable counter space in your bathroom.
Dream Green DIY suggests mounting a metal file box onto your bathroom wall to store your styling appliances. Metal file boxes are non-flammable, so they make a great solution for storing hot styling appliances. here’s is the link.
3. Cheap and Easy DIY Shelves
Hang a few spice racks on the wall to organize all your cosmetic products. (via from Serena Kelly)