Whether you’re digging through piles of cotton swabs to find toothpaste, climbing mountains of towels to find spare toilet paper, or spending hours searching for your hair dryer, it may be time to organize your bathroom. When you have to deal with a tiny bathroom, storage space is overwhelmed and can be cluttered instantly without smart configuration.
Fortunately, the answer to most of your messy bathrooms can be found in a number of well-located and cleverly designed bathroom organizers. If you’re almost ready to start modeling your small bathroom, take a moment to consider using some of these practical and inexpensive organizers to store your most essential personal care products.
Tight Polar Shower Organizer
Sometimes the problem of organizing your bathroom comes in the form of roommates or family members. When you need to share a small bathroom, one of the first places to suffer from discomfort is the shower or bathtub itself. If they are usually greeted with piles of half-empty shampoo bottles and hastily draped face towels during the morning shower, the tight bar of a bathroom can be a lifesaver.
This innovative shower organizer is designed to fit in any corner of the shower and is fixed with a spring tensioned rod that fits between the shower floor and ceiling. The rod can fit in almost any space and extends from 72 to 98 inches. Constructed in stainless steel with an attractive nickel finish, the organizer offers four large baskets to hold shampoo, soap, razors and more, and a hook to hang loops and towels.
Two baskets over the door
If your storage problems occur mainly outside the shower, however, it makes sense to start using a slightly more inert space in the bathroom. Each cramped bathroom can have an extra chance to store in seconds with the amazing two basket fabrics suspended.
Designed to match any standard door with almost no installation, this large organizer instantly adds two spacious wire baskets 28 inches long and 5 inches wide to your bathroom. While baskets are a great place to store shampoo, lotions, dry products and more, the towel rack hanging underneath will keep two towels dry and inactive when not in use.
Great savings bathroom
Another area of the bathroom not normally used is just above the toilet. Excellent personal care products save a lot of storage space and have a variety of styles to match your bathroom decor. From simple extra pipes and wire boxes to wrought iron units with cabinets, bathroom railings are a great place to store extra towels, fabrics and toilets. Designed to fit well in any standard bathroom, these rugged racks can also handle heavier bills, including cleaning supplies.
Expandable under the sink
Another bathroom space with large storage is the area under the sink. However plumbing can make this place a difficult home for most bathroom objects. Fortunately, the extendable shelf under the sink has a unique and clever design that eliminates that annoying number.
This sturdy two-state steel mesh shelf expands from 18 to 30 inches, leaving space in the center that allows drain pipes to move without compromising storage space. The unit also has five removable panels on each shelf, so it can hold even irregular tubes, providing maximum space.
In a tiny bathroom, even a simple bin can clog up and waste valuable space. The practical door compartment allows you to keep possible glass out of sight, freeing up a little more space on the floor. This large basket uses standard garbage bags and is safely installed after minutes. This excellent container is available in 18 or 7 bedroom sizes to fit any space and has the added benefit of keeping trash out of the reach of pets and children.
Finally, it is sometimes the simplest of the products that matter most. The auxiliary toilet cart has a sturdy toilet paper holder, a storage shelf at the bottom and a bar designed to hold 3 extra rolls, effectively removing those inconvenient packages of toilet paper.
It doesn’t matter if your bathroom lacks space, lots of users or both, a smart little reorganization and some well-used organizers can make a big difference. You will be surprised to see how some necessary shelves or towels can transform your bathroom