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Storage Ideas for Small Bathrooms
Every bathroom presents challenges when it comes to storage space; challenges that often require creative answers to maximize utility.</br></br>So, how can you make more storage space in a small bathroom?</br></br><strong>Over the Toilet</strong></br></br><a title="Over-Toilet Storage" href="https://www.atgstores.com/plumbing/bathroom-accessories/bathroom-furniture/over-the-toilet-storage/" target="_blank">Over-toilet storage</a> is a space-saving solution that allows anyone to take advantage of the often neglected area over the toilet tank. The beauty of over-the-toilet storage is that it can provide ample shelving without taking up any valuable floor space, and is well-positioned in a place that’s always easy to access.</br></br>These helpful shelves can be wall mounted or freestanding – just choose whichever look works best for your bathroom.</br></br><strong>Under the Sink</strong></br></br>While some may think of the cabinet under the sink as permanently relegated to cleaning supplies or extra TP, there is actually a lot of potential in this area if you add a little organization. You can use storage bins here, or take advantage of even more space by adding shelving as well.</br></br>If you have a pedestal sink or a vanity with an open bottom, don’t despair – you can still use the space! Even with no cabinetry, you still have a sheltered spot to stash anything you need in decorative baskets or bins.</br></br><strong>On the Countertop</strong></br></br><strong></strong>Like everyone else, you probably store everyday items like hygiene products, soap and candles out in the open, on the countertop. Sure, this way of doing things is no secret, but the trick is making it look uncluttered with all your stuff in plain sight.</br></br>One of the best ways to do this is with coordinating containers. There are plenty of <a title="Bathroom Accessory Sets" href="https://www.atgstores.com/plumbing/vanities/vanity-accessories/bathroom-accessory-sets/" target="_blank">bathroom accessory sets</a> that can help you easily create a matching look, and you can even add a vanity tray to make the placement look intentional and organized.</br></br><strong>On the Walls</strong></br></br>Wall-mounted storage can be a bit tricky in smaller bathrooms. Not only do you need to choose a piece that complements the space, you need to be careful not to make the room seem crowded with shelves or cabinets that protrude too far from the walls.</br></br>But, the right wall-mounted piece in the right spot can add a remarkable amount of storage and utility. So, while this choice isn’t for all small bathrooms, it’s worth looking into to see if a wall unit might work for your room.</br></br>With all of these different storage options, there’s something for just about any space. Explore the possibilities, and find a great way to make your small bathroom work for your home!