Wooden crate storage
A collection of simple wooden crates placed on their side and piled high can easily fit in the space between the toilet, sink and bath.
Use wood glue to secure the crates together, paint them in a contrasting colour to your bathroom, and fill them up with towels and toiletries.
Magnetic bathroom cabinet
A strip or two of magnetic tape on the inside of the bathroom cupboard will easily hold hair grips and stainless steel tweezers, saving you valuable cupboard space. You can also use it to store small cosmetics – just glue a washer onto the back of them.
Spice racks for toiletries
Not just ideal for storing your herbs and spices, spice racks are perfectly sized for stowing away toiletries, too. Secure as many as you can to spare wall space and you’ll have a mini pantry-style unit for all your bath supplies. Most spice racks have a corner or rail you could hang hand towels from, too.
Roll your towels
Rolling-up towels can make a bathroom look hotel-worthy and it’s a clever space-saving technique that’ll give you more room for other accessories. Roll tightly and pack them onto a shelf.
Cake stand storage
Store upwards if you’re lacking in countertop space. A DIY cake stand means you can make as many tiers as you need, and will put your old, mismatched or chipped crockery to better use.
Glass jar storage
Re-purpose Mason jars into an attractive set of bathroom storage pots to stash away those bulky cotton balls, pads, buds or other small accessories. Paint the lids and no one will suspect they once stored jam.
That dead space above the doorframe is ideal for storing bathroom stuff you don’t need everyday. Just fix a standard floating shelf above the door, ensuring the door can close and doesn’t catch.
Storage on wheels
Move your dusty kitchen vegetable trolley to the bathroom. It’s ideal for storing towels, toilet rolls and toiletries, and you’ll have the freedom to move it where you want.
Rehome the creepy crawlies under the bath and turn the space into a secret storage unit. You can easily fit shallow sliding drawers, small shelves and baskets under there. Use magnetic door panels for even easier access.
If you don’t want to commit to drilling holes, over-the-door hooks are your go-to solution for hanging towels and dressing gowns. Or try the over-door shoe storage hangers which can easily store toiletries.
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