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    I live in New York City where square footage is at a premium, so I’m always on the lookout for clever storage solutions. The cabinet under the sink in my bathroom is bursting at the seams and there’s almost no counter space left, which makes this Over-the-Faucet Shelf very appealing to me.

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    Expandable Over The Sink Shelf--got a bamboo version of this. Really makes a big different in the kitchen and in the small space we have. Wish I had purchased a prettier one---like this one--but what I got gets the job done. Plus, we have a small pull-out basket for sponges and such with ours, so I can't complain THAT much!

    thin pull-out shelves for canned/bottled food storage. Brilliant!

    Over-the-door Shelf: nice use of space indeed

    Food stand to organize bathroom essentials.

    the "Getting Ready" shelf from Pottery Barn. Room for hair care products and tools - plus your cords wont get tangled!

    SMALL BATHROOM SOLUTIONS (like the shelves above the toilet rather than a medicine cabinet)

    Love the idea of Mr and Mrs and the shelf over that as an idea over our bed. Maybe put wedding photos on shelf

    Bathroom Shelf

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    Just because your bathroom is short on space doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on either style or storage solutions. With clever design tricks, your small bathroom can look bigger and more comfortable than you thought. Towel Racks Attaching multiple towel racks to the inside of a bathroom door will save space. This look can be …

    clear up counter space in bathroom

    A shelf upside down big enough to hold laundry baskets - great idea for closet laundry or small laundry...

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    organizing a small bathroom

    Saw this posted by Heather...great idea!

    Find frames from a thrift store, attach wood to all sides, paint and hang on wall. New and creative shelves