How To Organize A Small Bathroom

How To Organize A Small Bathroom

We are overhauling a lot of rooms in our home in effort to have things be more organized and tidy looking. One room in particular that I’ve been searching ideas for is our tiny master bathroom (actually all our bathrooms are small)!  There’s not a lot of room and not a lot of storage. So I’ve been looking on Pinterest for some small bathroom organizing ideas and thought I’d share a few with you today. Here are some great ideas to help you maximize storage in your bathroom! Don’t miss a post! Get this blog delivered by email.  Subscribe via email here Small Bathroom Organizing Ideas I’m pretty sure we’re going to install some sort of shelves to utilize the vertical space. I like these floating shelves from 320 Sycamore. Organizing with plastic shoe boxes like this from Mary Organizes keeps the undersink area nice a tidy! You can find these plastic shoe boxes on Amazon or even the dollar store. Using a lazy susan for bathroom organization in a cabinet is so clever! via Mini Manor Blog (seems like this blog has moved but I found a  lazy susan  with mesh baskets that might work even better on Amazon here). I actually just bought one of these hair dryer holders and it works great. This idea via A Bowl Full of Lemons I like this shelf, towel-bar combo from The Butlers Use your wall space with this DIY Mason Jar Organizer from DIY Playbook Love this idea to use the back of the doors for storage. via BHG I also really like this custom DIY under cabinet storage system because the pipes in one of our bathrooms is set up strangely. via Pretty Handy Girl featuring  Pink Toes and Power Tools Wall mounted wicker window boxes or baskets would also be a good storage idea. via Our Fifth House I also love the idea of hanging wire baskets on the wall like these from A Beautiful Mess Using small painted mason jars to hold little bathroom items like cotton is such a cute idea! via Rusted Treasure  I’ll be sharing more organizing ideas for your home as we go through each of our rooms! amzn_assoc_placement = “adunit0”; amzn_assoc_search_bar = “true”; amzn_assoc_tracking_id = “thefeanes-20”; amzn_assoc_ad_mode = “manual”; amzn_assoc_ad_type = “smart”; amzn_assoc_marketplace = “amazon”; amzn_assoc_region = “US”; amzn_assoc_title = “Need more help organizing your bathroom? These can help!”; amzn_assoc_linkid = “12f5156a01c4fc037939cd18c903e921”; amzn_assoc_asins = “B00ED4ZUPO,B00A6AK6SK,B002YK4XXO,B0190WODNS”; This post contains affiliate links to Amazon. Please see our Disclosure Page for more information. You might also be interested in these other organizing posts: Ideas for Maximizing Space In A Small Kitchen Ideas for Organizing Your Linen Closet Ideas for Organizing Your Laundry Area Don’t miss a post! Get this blog delivered by email every time I post.  Subscribe via email here Share This!
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How To Organize A Small Bathroom

Minimal Space This under-the-sink storage unit is mounted to the wall, takes up little space, and holds oversized towels and toiletries. It’s decorative as well as functional. Design by Sean Murphy for Build.com. Toilet Paper to the Ceiling A transplanted New Yorker, now living in California, pays homage to New York City’s subways with this tiny powder room. From Olive Juice Design, the homeowner wanted space to store toilet tissue. The recessed shelf offers plenty of storage from floor to ceiling. Storage Step Stool Bright colors pop on a white background. The colorful ABC six-piece towel set from Kassatex Bambini for Wayfair, works perfectly against the porcelain sink and white storage units. The step stool, which is perfect for kids to reach the sink, can hold bath toys, soaps, bubble bath and other products. Hidden Storage Don’t forget about the inside of your cabinet doors to hold extra storage. This Kraftmaid vanity storage rack doesn’t take up too much space, and it holds a lot. It’s perfect for hair dryers and other items you want within easy reach. Within Reach Neat and near are towels and toiletries in this bathtub with built-in shelving units from MTI Baths. Built-in storage is ideal for small bathrooms. Easy to Spot These inexpensive handmade tags let you know exactly what’s inside these decorative bins, which were designed by DIYer Marty Walden of Marty’s Musings. New Uses for Old Items This red lantern was too pretty to throw out. So interior designer Jill Valeri of The Welcome Home Interior Design Solutions polished it up and found that it looked good enough to display in her bathroom. Bonus? It can even hold a few extra rolls of toilet tissue. Keep Kids Occupied This adjustable bath storage basket from Kid Co. will keep you and your kids entertained while they are in the tub. It’s lightweight and easy to clean. Plus, it holds lots of toys, bubble bath, soap and a washcloth. Repacked and Repurposed This French wine barrel from Premier Copper Products originally came from a winery in Napa, CA. The barrel has been disassembled, cleaned and reassembled by a master woodworker. The base is ample enough to hold cleaning products and toiletries. A Place for Makeup and More Wonder where you placed that lip gloss? Everything, even small items, are easy to find in this handy vanity drawer storage from Kraftmaid. The Perfect Cube It’s boxy and small enough to fit in tight quarters, yet this shelving unit from Closetmaid holds a lot of bathroom essentials. Cutting the Clutter This DIY wall-mounted bathroom magazine rack was built by Jessica Bruno of Four Generations One Roof. She built it in only a couple of hours to keep her husband’s magazines off the bathroom floor. Storage for Odd Spaces This child’s bathroom is long and narrow, which makes it perfect for these cabinets from Kraftmaid to hold lots of towels, toiletries and toys. A Closet to Show Off The overall bathroom may be small, but the closet holds so much that you will want to show it off. The shelving is built to fit and can be adjusted, so it can fit in a variety of spaces, both large and small. Courtesy of Closetmaid
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How To Organize A Small Bathroom

Whether you need to learn more space saving ways of folding towels, need to organize the area under your sink or you need a great way to store makeup that keeps it handy, we have a lot of tips for you that will help you to really get that bathroom neat and tidy. Many of these organization solutions take little to no money and very little time. They will however, help you to solve storage issues and keep the bathroom clean and neat.
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How To Organize A Small Bathroom

Bathroom organization and space saving is not nearly as difficult as it sounds. If you have room on the walls, why not mount baskets to keep things neat and tidy? You can have baskets for towels and washcloths, shaving supplies or just whatever you need additional space to store. If you have kids, give them each their own basket to keep their bathroom supplies within reach. Baskets are easy to mount on walls and look great as bathroom décor. Via: Simplydiy – A Tisket. A Tasket. A Wall Full of Baskets
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How To Organize A Small Bathroom

11. 10. Make a magnet board to organize your makeup. View this image › tumblr.com / Via alliegrace.tumblr.com You could hang this on the back of your door or the inside of one of your cabinets, or on any bit of blank wall that isn’t serving any other purpose. This one actually comes with a tutorial, here. ID: 971399
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How To Organize A Small Bathroom

11. 10. Make a magnet board to organize your makeup. View this image › tumblr.com / Via alliegrace.tumblr.com You could hang this on the back of your door or the inside of one of your cabinets, or on any bit of blank wall that isn’t serving any other purpose. This one actually comes with a tutorial, here.
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How To Organize A Small Bathroom

The overall bathroom may be small, but the closet holds so much that you will want to show it off. The shelving is built to fit and can be adjusted, so it can fit in a variety of spaces, both large and small. Courtesy of Closetmaid
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How To Organize A Small Bathroom

Keeping curling irons, straightening irons and even blow dryers safely stored can be difficult. After all, you can’t very well put them away in a drawer or cabinet while they are hot. A good solution for this is to take a metal file box and use it for storage. You can easily hang the box from the wall or side of a cabinet by just cutting holes in the back and using Command hooks for hanging. Metal file boxes are non-flammable which make them a great choice for storing those heated appliances and you can keep them within easy reach of the bathroom mirror. The metal boxes look great and give you the perfect storage solution for items that are normally a bit difficult to store properly. Via: Dreamgreendiy – Bathroom appliance storage