The bathroom is one room in the home that hardly ever has enough storage space. No matter how big your bathroom is, you will always have the need for additional storage and organization.

There are a number of ways to add storage and organize your bathroom without spending a fortune and without needing a lot of floor space. Just a few little tips can drastically change the look and function of your bathroom.

Whether you need to learn more space saving ways of folding towels, need to organize the area under your sink or you need a great way to store makeup that keeps it handy, we have a lot of tips for you that will help you to really get that bathroom neat and tidy.

Many of these organization solutions take little to no money and very little time. They will however, help you to solve storage issues and keep the bathroom clean and neat.

Hair Supplies

Keeping curling irons, straightening irons and even blow dryers safely stored can be difficult. After all, you can’t very well put them away in a drawer or cabinet while they are hot. A good solution for this is to take a metal file box and use it for storage.
You can easily hang the box from the wall or side of a cabinet by just cutting holes in the back and using Command hooks for hanging. Metal file boxes are non-flammable which make them a great choice for storing those heated appliances and you can keep them within easy reach of the bathroom mirror. The metal boxes look great and give you the perfect storage solution for items that are normally a bit difficult to store properly.

Cabinet Door Storage Bin 

If you are brave, handy and have time to take on this do-it-yourself project, visit the following link for a sample of how to build a cabinet door storage bin:

An additional idea…

pocket Organizer

Expandable Under sink Shelf Organizer

Put an expandable organizer under your sink. You can pick these up really cheap and they have plastic shelves that are supported by metal piping so they are sturdy enough to hold anything that you need to store under the bathroom sink. Some models give you up to 10 adjustable shelves so you can make the shelving as high or low as you need. This is a great way to free up some space and get things organized.

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You can also use pull out sliding drawers under the sink cabinet

If you need more economical choices, use a stacking system, which you can buy at the dollar store or another ­large discount store.

Baskets & More Baskets

Bathroom organization and space saving is not nearly as difficult as it sounds. If you have room on the walls, why not mount baskets to keep things neat and tidy? You can have baskets for towels and washcloths, shaving supplies or just whatever you need additional space to store. If you have kids, give them each their own basket to keep their bathroom supplies within reach. Baskets are easy to mount on walls and look great as bathroom décor.

Bathroom storage with cubicles and shelves

Personalizing your bathroom and keeping it organized really can go hand in hand. If you have a bit of space on the wall behind your toilet or sink, consider personalized boxes. You can have a box for each person in the family and keep toothbrushes, cologne or anything that you need within reach. This is a great idea for kids’ things so they can get to them easily without having to be able to reach the medicine cabinet.

Another option to keep everything you need right at your fingertips — but off your countertops is to use spice racks as storage space. Organize them on the wall by your sink.

A wall storage cabinet with a mirror is also a practical idea. You can find it at Ikea at a reasonable price.

Other Ideas

You can create other beautiful bathroom do-it-yourself storage spaces by using coffee containers by simply gluing rope to old coffee cans. The great part is that if you drink coffee, you may already have the cans on hand. Just glue rope to them and to really make the look unique, use cans of different sizes. These are great for holding brushes and combs, lotions or even those curling irons when they are not in use.

Use jars and label them and inside you can store your toothbrushes and toothpaste. Each member of the family can have a jar so they don’t get misplaced.

Make it look bigger

Want to really make your bathroom look organized? Paint it. The combination of yellow and gray works well to make the bathroom look a bit more spacious and let’s face it, they’re just lovely colors when combined. These are great colors if you are looking to add virtual space to the bathroom or if you just want something a bit elegant to give your bathroom that sleek and clean look.

Face Lift for the Bathroom

Make a piece of art with toilet paper rolls and a cubicle.

Make yourself a hanging organizer for cosmetics with a magnetic board or Velcro and regular wood painted board

Turn a wooden pallet into an organizer for the bathroom. Install some hooks and knobs for towels and bathrobes and use wooden crates for the toiletries.