30+ Amazingly DIY Small Bathroom Storage Hacks Help You Store More

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Bathroom is that place where you get to relax and wash away the lassitude after an all-day work. So your bathroom must be well organized and tidy that can bring the relaxed atmosphere first. Just think how you can feel relaxed when you walk into a clutter bathroom. Then problem comes that your bathroom is too small to store all those bathroom must-haves like blow dryers, brushes, towels, and lotions. In fact, you can solve the problem by yourself. That’s not difficult. You don’t need to rack your brains to expand the space of your bathroom but just some storage hacks.

Here we have gathered 31 clever DIY storage hacks that will help you get your tiny bathroom neat and tidy to release space. Come and enjoy them!

1. Use a PVC pipe connector to hold a hair dryer:

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2. Bathroom Floor Cabinet:

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3. Pegboard bathroom storage:

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4. Build drawers in wasted space between studs in the wall:

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5. Hidden storage space around the bathtub:

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6. Tiered Storage Stand:

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7. Vanity Tower with a Pullout Cabinet:

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8. Create a mason jar organizer:

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9. Need more bathroom storage? Use spice racks:

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Source: apartmenttherapy.com

10. DIY Storage Shelf Over The Toilet Cabinet:

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Tutorial: shanty-2-chic.com

11. Wraparound Sink Shelf:

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12. Keep your hair dryer using a magazine holder under the bathroom sink:

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13. Hooks on a shower curtain rod to store bath toiletries:

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14. Ladder Towel Rack:

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15. Wine Rack as a Towel Organizer:

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 16. Fill open wall space with floating shelves:

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17. Hang a Hook Rod over the Mirror:

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18. DIY File Box Bathroom Appliance Storage:

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19. A good organizer that hangs over a cabinet door:

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20. Wooden Floating Shelves Above The Toilet:

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21. DIY Bathroom Mirror Storage Case:

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22. Under Sink Pocket Organizer:

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23. Add a half table over a toilet paper holder for extra storage:

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24. Plant storage in the bathroom for towels:

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25. Glass shower shelf:

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26. Super Organized Bathroom Cabinet:

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27. Over the Toilet Shelving Unit:

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28. Under Sink Storage Shelf:

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29. Shower Pocket Storage:

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30. A divided box makes decorative and practical wall storage:

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31. Bathroom storage cart:

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Via WooHome

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Author: MMK

Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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