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Small bathrooms come with a lot of questions. Where do I store my towels? Where do I store my toiletries? Where do I store my soaps, cleansers and ten other facial routine items I use? Where do I hang my shower cap? A lot of questions alright, so what do you do? Boss up and show your bathroom that small is relative, that a space is what you make it to be. Take a look at how to store in style.


  1. Baskets

Baskets are your beau. Whether you want a grid basket or a wicker basket these beaus come through for you. How? They store your towels in style. You can mount them on your wall or you can have on your bathroom floor preferably next to the sink or under the sink if the space is too tight.

Apothecary jars

  1. Multipurpose containers/ Jars

You can use any type of containers in the bathroom.  I like them clear so that it’s easy to identify what you want. These clear containers store your cotton balls, ear swabs, toothbrushes, hair combs; trust me they are must haves.

Towel rack

  1. Door rods

The back of your door is a great place to mount towel racks; all you have to do is to mount rods on it. Door rods don’t have to be permanent; we don’t want to get in trouble with the home owner (landlord).  Get some rods, mount them, hang your towels and you’re ready to go.


  1. Floating shelves

My favorite storage tip, shelves. They store, they decorate, they can be painted and they are cheap. Shelves will change your whole look, you’ll be able to store your toiletries, you’ll be able to store your shower essentials and you’ll also be able to decorate by placing a wall art on a shelf. You’re probably wondering how to install the shelves. Easy breezy, call your local carpenter, the rest of the story will be a new chapter of your well shelved bathroom.

Hugs & Kisses,


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