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    Additional Bathroom Storage | Space-Savers for Small Spaces | Get extra storage in a small bathroom by adding a shelf above the bathroom door.

  • Kash Avinger

    Tiny bathroom storage ideas: Put a book shelf above your door for extra storage.

  • Madison

    20 Creative Bathroom Storage Ideas | Shelterness love this above the door storage!

  • Christi Brown

    over the door bathroom shelf for extra storage. #bathroom #shelving #storage #door

  • Wendy's Oily Page

    love over the door storage idea, especially for small bathrooms like ours!

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