Bathroom Storage Ideas
Bathroom Storage

For an easy and inexpensive solution, consider retrofitting an existing vanity with a storage unit placed on the countertop. Here, a slender but versatile piece of cabinetry sits between the vanity’s two sinks, providing open and closed storage at arm’s length. The cabinet was topped with crown molding to give it a built-in look.   Fitting storage and work surfaces into a tiny bath can be a challenge. This cleverly integrated cabinet door provides in-bath access to the hallway linen closet. The door flips down over the toilet to reveal a quartz-topped makeup station. A lighted mirror and electrical outlet inside the cabinet provide vanity essentials.

The vanity or sink top is generally the only countertop surface in a small bathroom. Maximize that space by making smart storage choices. Corral dental care items — ones that often end up gobbling up counter space — in wall-hung containers that are dishwasher-safe, such as this kitchen utensils holder. Attach it to a wall using an anchor screw. READ MORE

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