22 Oct Making the Most of a Small Bathroom
Having a small space doesn’t mean you have to compromise storage. Check out these hacks for ways to use every square inch of your small bathroom.
Use a decorative wine rack on the wall or in a cubby insert to hold rolled towels while freeing up space in your cabinets or linen closet. It’s also not a bad idea to keep one slot at the bottom open for its intended purpose. Wine within reach is a bubble bath necessity.
High Bathroom Shelves
Get creative if you are running out of storage space! The area above a door rarely gets used but can be a great place to store things you don’t need daily. A shelf out of reach can hold extra toiletries or concealed air fresheners to keep your bathroom smelling clean.
Turn an inexpensive basket or crate on its side to create deep shelving storage. The open face allows you to easily see all you have packed in it while the top side works as a regular shelf to hold decorative accessories.
When you’re running out of countertop space but still need your makeup and nail polish on display, think vertically! Make your own tiered caddy by stacking two plates with a candle holder. Spray paint the whole unit so it’s cohesive and
Dual Purpose Mirror
A two-in-one mirror is great for small spaces. When closed, it’s a full-length mirror perfect for an outfit check. But when open, its shelves hold all your health care and beauty products.
Any time you’re using hot irons on your hair, you’ll want a safe place to store them while they cool. Keep hair tools organized and out of the way by using adhesive hooks inside your cabinet doors.
Shoe organizers are great for the closet, but they work even better in the shower. They individual pockets designate a place for everything and the holes near the top easily connect to the shower curtain hooks. Just be sure to get an organizer with mesh pockets fo the water to drain.
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