Most of us dream of having a vast, spacious bathroom at home where there is makeup section, hair tools, countless hygiene essentials, with a separate tub and shower, two sinks and maybe even a decadent chaise just for lounging between soaks.
From carefully choosing your color palette and essential fixtures to employing a few clever organization tricks, you can make your bathroom appear twice as large. While white finishes can make any space look bigger, they’re especially effective in a bathroom. Since a bathroom typically has lots of white fixtures already such as the tub, toilet, and sink, using white for other surfaces creates a seamless look that makes the space appear as airy as possible.
These bathroom counter organizers and clever DIY storage tips will help you make the most of your space, large or small.
1. Corner Units
When you don’t have tons of under-the-sink storage, opt for a slimmer corner unit. This one can be flipped around the hide extra rolls, too. With this idea, you won’t have to just keep it out on the vanity or back of your toilet anymore.
Hanging hooks for accessories and linen keeps horizontal vanity spaces nice and free. They add a little aesthetic dimension to the walls while ensuring bathroom linens are dry when you need them.
Use trays for a tidy look. Not only do they help you stay organized, they add texture and dimension. Imagine a chic vignette of your favorite makeup, perfume bottles, and other attractive packaging arranged nicely in the trays.
4. Wall Shelves
Wasted wall space in a small bathroom is just a waste. Hang shelves for your makeup, plants, and other products to make your bathroom looks spacious and tidy at the same time.
The key to making the most out of a tiny bathroom? Go up. This etagere is basically like adding a cabinet or shelves to the wall without the whole installation thing.
Introduce extra storage space for your towels in style by leaning a wooden ladder against the wall. It brings in more dimension than a traditional wall shelf and looks considerably more special. It also softens up the edgier concrete sink.
7. Plastic Organizers
This container saves major surface space and keeps all of your colors in one convenient place. It is cheap and useful for your bathroom organization.
8. Skinny Organizer
If your bathroom doesn’t have enough space for a shelving unit, see if you have enough space to squeeze in this slim cabinet. It’s the width of a toilet paper roll but has deep drawers for hiding all sorts of bathroom must-haves.