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Back-of-the-Door Storage - Problem: You've run out of shelf space but not out of stuff. Solution: The backs of cabinet doors are full of unused storage space. Attach shallow caddies to the back of a cabinet to add storage for everything from hand soap to cotton balls to cleaning supplies. Label each shelf to make sure toiletries stay separate from other bathroom supplies.
Storage Wall: A partial wall is a great way to create a private compartment for the toilet. Put the wall to work by finishing space between the framing with drywall and shelves. A door keeps everything under wraps.
Clear Out the Clutter There's a certain charm to a tiny, private bath, but there's also the aggravation of managing clutter. Give your small bath a fresh start by taking everything out until it looks like you just moved in. Then sort through everything, throwing away anything that you haven't used in the last year or has expired. Keep only what you really need and store it attractively. Add pretty bins or baskets to shelving to keep small things from getting lost.
Expand into Nooks and Crannies Especially in small bathrooms, niches provide much-needed storage space without invading elbowroom. Partial walls that enclose plumbing and the space between wall studs are prime candidates for this type of storage.
Restore Order Limit medicine cabinets to items you use every day. Keep medications in original containers on a high shelf or other safe spot, particularly if there are small children in the house. Store remaining items one layer deep, doubling space with acrylic ledges. Rest toiletries in caddies or trays on the vanity so you can lift them for quick cleaning or tuck them away when guests visit.