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  • Shannon Morgan

    Incredible storage ideas for under a bathroom sink.

  • Christina Brainard DiBacco

    small bathroom storage ideas - Google Search. I like the spice racks on the inside of the cabinet doors.

  • Samantha Griffin

    Like the racks on the inside of the door Bathroom Storage Ideas for Small Spaces - Corbels as Shelving Dividers - Click Pic for 42 DIY Bathroom Organization Ideas

  • Angela Sago

    30 Creative and Practical DIY Bathroom Storage Ideas. I like this idea, but it seems the things on the door would take up needed space on the shelf when you close the cabinet door. so not really creating more space.

  • Kristina Stabeno

    Shelves Inside bathroom Cabinet Doors or linen closet doors--just make sure to change to better door hinges so your door can hold the weight of the shelves and its contents

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* Love the idea of displaying toiletries in shelving originally intended for plates

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Give each family member a personal tote. For a family bathroom, each member can store bathroom basics in a fabric or plastic tote, which can be stored in a bedroom or linen closet after use.

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Install Extra Shelves To make use of space inside existing cabinets, install extra brackets to hold additional shelves, which can be cut to fit at most hardware stores. Here, step-back shelves fit easily under a vanity and around the J-bend pipe for undersink plumbing. The shelves can be lifted out and toted to where they are needed.