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  • kristin mortensen

    2nd shower curtain rod - If you have tons of bottles in the shower, you can easily organize them by simply adding another shower rod. Hang small baskets from the shower rod to keep shampoo and conditioner as well as shaving supplies, bath sponges and soaps off the shower wall. Add a basket for bath toys and other items as well. This is a great idea for drying delicates and bathing suits as well. Via: Lifehacker – Add a Second Shower Rod for Extra Bathroom Storage

  • Katie Henna

    Shower storage idea, with baskets from dollar store and shower curtain rod. Good for putting kids bath toys away!

  • Rachel McGinnis

    Add a Second Shower Rod for Extra Bathroom Storage ... I got baskets at the Dollar Tree, probably these exact ones. I'm considering moving my shower head organizer to this rod, too, supporting it with a shower curtain ring and the suction cups against the tub. That way my leaky shower head won't keep melting my soap. If I had kids, I think it would be possible to hang the tension rod lower so they could reach this storage.

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