Other than the kitchen, what’s the one place where storage is most coveted? The bathroom! In my experience, not matter the size, while you might have cute bath towels that don’t hurt the eyes when displayed, some might find it rather awkward to walk into a bathroom with toilet paper, or worse, feminine products, staring them in the face. But what are you to do when you have very limited storage space in which to hide all the “eyesore” toiletries? Well, I’m sure, if you continue to read, you will find at least one of these 17 bathroom storage ideas that will be the perfect solution to you problem. And while you’re here, check out our toilet cleaning tips, too. You might just find yourself looking for an excuse to hang out in your bathroom.
Utilize the empty space over the toilet with this spacious shelving unit. This tiered shelf features three shelves for displaying your favorite accent pieces and extra hand towels. Use the narrower top shelf for small plants or candles and store extra toiletries and towels on the lower shelves. The perfect pick for small bathrooms, this freestanding over-the-toilet storage unit helps keep your toiletries organized without taking up too much space. Standing 60' tall, this piece features a sleek metal frame in a chrome finish that blends in well with your modern bathroom decor.
Over the Toilet Storage Ideas for an Organized Bathroom
These DIY shelves are super simple to make. Cut some boards, stain them, and put them on simple white brackets. Lovely!
A stylish basket and simple shelf make this bathroom just a little bit cozier.
This above the toilet cabinet is a gorgeous option! It adds a warm, rustic tough and plenty of storage room.
You’d never believe that this is in a mobile home! The toilet storage unit is narrow and complements the space well.
Shelves and deep baskets are pretty and practical. You can easily hide things like toilet paper and personal care products, but they’re still within easy reach. Great idea for a small bathroom.
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Or turn baskets on their sides before hanging them.
If you can swing it, recessed shelving behind the toilet is a great idea. The toilet plumbing will have to be moved to the side if you plan to do this one, though.
Add a towel rack and baskets to make your bathroom look cozier.
Shelving doesn’t have to be used for storage only. Look how wonderfully this shelf adds to the aesthetics of the room!
Buy some crates or make your own to recreate this neat shelving idea.
Threshold Over The Toilet Storage Cabinets
Make some DIY floating shelves to go above the toilet for tissue and toiletries.
Utc time for est. Simple bins with labels keep toiletries, makeup and hair products in their place.
This wire cube is perfect for almost any bathroom space. It provides lots of open storage while still looking neat and tidy.
A simple ladder shelf looks amazing over the toilet! Use it to hang a towel or two and to add baskets for other things.
The Fintorp system from IKEA makes a great storage solution for just about anywhere in your home. Here’s how to set it up for above-the-toilet storage.
Turn a large frame into cubby storage. What a great idea for the kids’ bathroom!
An industrial basket makes lovely storage above the toilet. Use multiples if one won’t hold all your toiletries.
Over The Toilet Storage Cabinet
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Whether your bathroom is average size with limited storage space, or it’s extremely small room with no space at all, there is always some hope with a little time and inspiration. Did you find your storage solution here?