For bathrooms with limited floor space, installing extra towel bars provides a place to set up hanging baskets. Depending on the sizes of the baskets, they can be used to store rolled towels and rags, toiletries, cleaning supplies or soap. Baskets or shallow crates can also be mounted directly on a wall. Another option is to install racks on the insides of existing bathroom cabinet doors for small supplies, such as Q-tips or skincare products.
The Madesmart under-sink shelf organizer system was designed for people who need a storage setup that fits around sink pipes. The shelving is broken down into modular sections that fit on a frame, allowing users to leave open spaces wherever necessary to fit around different pipe configurations.
A hanging shoe organizer is easy to repurpose for storage supplies, and it conveniently fits on the back of the door. In bathrooms with high ceilings, a small shelf can be mounted directly above the door molding. The space is useful for storing extra supplies or cleaners that aren't used every day. A multi-tiered lazy Susan is a low-cost organizational solution in homes where people can't add permanent shelving to bathroom cabinets, such as apartments. A lazy Susan adds multiple storage levels for toiletries or medicine, and the rotational design makes every item easy to access.