5 Bathroom Storage Solutions to Maximize Space

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Jodi Shinn

Subject: storage containers

I've been using those cheap plastic baskets purchased in walmart or dollars stores. Great for makeup, junk drawers, garages etc. I have one on the back of every sink for dish soap, sponge, hand lotion, keeps everything tidy.


Subject: bathroom space

I found a wicker wine-bottle holder that serves as a curling iron holder (when they're cool). Or anything of that shape. I also screwed a cup holder under the bottom shelf in the bathroom closet to hold this wicker holder. Up off the floor- not on the shelf- no fuss-no muss. Works for me.


Subject: Small Bath Storage

If your small bathroom has an old wall heater that you do not use, consider having it removed and converting the space to a shallow shelf.

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