Hate the dearth of storage space offered by your teeny-tiny bathroom? A small bathroom, especially when it is shared with other family members, can soon start to look and feel cluttered and disorganized.
Here are 5 easy life hacks for your tiny bathroom ---- designed to maximize the small space and keep your bathroom free from clutter. Now you can enjoy every square inch for the smallest room in the home with these simple yet genius ideas!
1.Use Cabinet Door Space
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Have only one bathroom cabinet? A small space means things inside are cluttered and hard to access, right? Use the back of the cabinet to solve your problem! Use small stick-on organizers and hooks to neatly store smaller toiletries, perfumes and knick knacks behind the door, so that the shelves are not cluttered, and you have easy access to everything. Plus the cabinet becomes a lot more organized too!
2.Smart Storage for the Shower
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Don’t have space to put up a wall mounted shelf for the shampoo, conditioner, body wash and loofah? Simple – install a second shower curtain rod on the other side, and use small perforated baskets hung with shower curtain hooks to keep all bath essentials within easy reach! Isn’t that brilliant! Make sure you use baskets with holes, so water can easily drain out.
3.Double Up on Towel Rods
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Why just hang one when you can hang more?If you share your bathroom with the family and want to be able to hang 3 to 4 towels at a time, use the back of your door to install towel rods one above the other, and get more hanging space!
4.Smart Hand Towel Storage
Not enough space to use a wicker basket on the sink counter to hold hand towels? Don’t worry --- this DIY project solves this problem too! Make a wall mounted towel organizer with old tin cans and some pretty floral printed paper! It’ll also make your bathroom feel more like a spa.
5.Put A Floating Shelf Above The Door
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Now this idea is ingenious-----put a bookshelf over the bathroom door to create a ledge that lets you store extras! You probably won’t want to store your most-used items up here, but you could put extra towels, cleaning supplies and extra toiletries elegantly tucked into a pretty bin on the ledge.
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