Storage is a problem of every place and in this article you will know hoe to mange your bathroom space. Read more
Main things you need to carter in your washroom are towels and toilet papers. Once you adjust these two the other things left behind are hair care products, skin care, medicine and toothbrushes.
You will be explained with a lot methods to place all this stuff in a better way. The only room in this old house of ours that has ever been painted or updated is the downstairs guest bathroom. A very small bathroom I might add.
Somehow a shower, pedestal sink and toilet were all miraculously made to fit in this tiny little room. Needless to say, there is absolutely no space for any sort of storage for all the items that typically a guest might need to find in a bathroom.
With a little bit of creativity, strategic positioning and the right materials, you can transform your bathroom from messy and unkempt to stylish and organized in no time. Just check out these simple ideas we threw together.
Instead of boring old corner shelves in your bathroom, why not try a set of corner baskets instead? Having them right next to your bathtub or shower like this also gives you quick access to towels, scented oils, bath salts, magazines or whatever else you might use to relax and give yourself an in-home spa day.
You could also put one between sinks if you don’t have one shared counter and put beauty supplies, shavers, hair dryers and the like instead.
It can also conform to just about any style with a little staining or painting. The possibilities are endless.
Below are 30 chic bathroom storage ideas to keep your bathroom organized and looking great.
If there was one thing I learned in my last tiny little home, it would be the art of cramming a lot of stuff into a small space! Although this house is more than twice the size of that one, I’m finding my “small house” mentality is proving helpful with organizing this one.
My method is simple, first look up. What can you do with the vertical space? Second, if the storage has got to be out in the open, make it function as decor as well as storage. So here we go, simple wall storage for my little guest bathroom.