Tiered Storage Create a bath compote to organize small bottles and grooming tools. Adhere a candlestick to the middle of a dinner plate, then top the candlestick with a coordinating salad plate. Use clear-drying ceramic glue for best results. Dinner Plates, Dollar Stores, Bathroom Vanities, Bathroom Storage, Tiered Cake, Bathroom Organic, Candlestick, Diy, Storage Ideas
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.
A touch of vintage appeal with a bout of girlish charm, this tray is a great piece of dainty design. It’s perfect to add to a feminized bathroom and perfect to allow your beautiful perfume bottles to hang out all. Or maybe even some of your best lipsticks would look nice lined atop. All you need is a piece of lace (or old lace stockings), a pretty thrifted frame and some hot glue.
Cute! I actually use decorated baby food jars in my bathrooms. They are smaller so they fit inside the medicine cabinets, but still keep things organized and neat. :)
Stash Supplies When a lack of bathroom counter space has you backed into a disorganized corner, call on your walls for storage relief. Hang a bucket from a hook, mounted next to the sink, to corral supplies in a bathroom lacking storage space. This could be adjusted to work well with the garden theme in my master bath.