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  • Marsha Wilson

    Magazine rack mounted on the inside of the bathroom cabinet door to hold curling irons, hair dryers, etc.

  • Brandy Clayton

    bathroom storage for hair dryer, curling iron etc - made from a magazine rack.

  • Nids

    Store hair dryer, curling iron in a Magazine holder stuck to the bathroom cabinet door

  • Dawn Sparkes

    What’s a better way to keep those hair styling tools neat and tidy than with a file folder. You can pick these up for a little of nothing and when you mount them to the inside of your bathroom cabinet door, they make the perfect spot to keep blow dryers, curling irons and straighteners. Via: Beautyriot – Hair Tool File Folder

  • Jennifer Mountz

    Repurpose a wooden magazine holder and use it to hold a hairdryer, curling iron, brush, etc. mounted on the inside of a bathroom cabinet

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A magazine file makes a handy option for storing kitchen essentials. Just tack one onto the inside of a cabinet using adhesive and there ya go!

such a good idea, basket to keep your hairdryer/straightener/curler off the sink & out of the way.

Gonna replace the ugly towel bars with these hooks in the bathrooms!

Bathroom towel hook with mason jar for hygeine goodies. I love this for getting stuff OFF the bathroom sink!

It's a spice rack. I hate having everything on the counter