Have you found that you just never have quite enough space in your bathroom for all the knicks, knacks, and essentials that you find yourself using on a daily basis? If there’s one space we could have unlimited storage, it would probably be the bathroom. From lotions to makeup, toilet paper, and everything in between, the following bathroom and clever DIY storage tips will help you make the most of your space – large or small.
When you don’t want your toilet paper to be on full display, consider a vertical corner unit that can be flipped around to hide the extra rolls. This is the perfect option for a half bath in your new home that doesn’t have much under-the-sink storage to waste.
Use trays for a clean and crisp look to help with both functionality and organization. They also add style! Makeup, perfume bottles, and small accessories are the perfect tray fillers.
At Elizabeth Springs, you’ll find plenty of counter space in the master bath to be able to decorate however you want with decorative trays.
If you’ve downsized and are living in a townhome, you might want to consider an etageres. This vertical storage is basically the same as adding a cabinet or shelves to the wall, just without the actual installation. Add towels, toilet paper, and even plants for decor on the shelves.
If you’re considering a townhome, South Walk by Beazer Homes is the perfect option for maintenance free living that’s convenient to all the shopping and dining you might want.
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Wall shelves are convenient for those who don’t like messy counters. Plenty of Triangle builders are able to add custom shelving units during the design process if that’s something you desire.
The countertops aren’t the only thing in your bathroom that should be organized! Shower caddies are the ideal product to store all your shampoos, razors, and body scrubs in one place.
No matter what type of space you’re dealing with, there’s always ways to maximize it to make your life less cluttered while trying to get ready.
By Kendra Stowe