We begin and end every day in the bathroom, and that’s why it should be nice and convenient. Any part of your home can be cozy — why should the bathroom be an exception?
(From Bright Side)
Using the space under the tub
A bathtub with drop doors allows you to put many different things underneath and keep your counter space clean.
Shelf above the door
A shelf above the bathroom entrance will make an additional place for storage.
Simple glass jars can be used to store small things — you can just put them on a shelf or hang them on the wall.
The toiletry you need every day can be comfortably put in a multi-tier candy dish.
You can hang your towels on the walls or the door — just arrange the hangers above each other.
Using the cabinet doors
You can even store things on your cabinet doors. Simply put small shelves on them, and there you go.
You could use a handy rack instead of usual shelves or cabinets — pick the one that suits your bathroom type.
Cozy little buckets
Hang a row of small buckets near the mirror and put your hairbrush, dryer, brushes there — whatever you want.
Storing hair appliances
A piece of drainpipe is good for storing large devices like a hairdryer or flat iron in it.
You can hang a special bag for kids’ toys on the wall, letting water drip down into the tub.
New life for a flowerpot
Flowerpots are great for storing small things in the bathroom and making the space cozier.
Using a niche
If you have an unused niche in your bathroom, hang some shelves in there — like towels, for instance.
The handy pegs will always keep your toiletry accessories and towels close by.
A metal basket on the wall or a cabinet side will help you store anything you need in a small bathroom.
Space under the sink
If you have some spare space under the sink, think about hanging a shelf or putting a small rack there.
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