Published at Thursday, October 04th 2018. by Kristie Goodwin in Bathroom Vanity.
This bathroom hacks been all over the Internet, but it's so useful. We couldn't pass it up. Hang two shower rods, because those shower head rocks never work as well as you think they should use shower curtain hooks to secure baskets like this one to the rod make sure they have holes in them of some sort.So the water can drain seven put a bookshelf. Above your door for extra storage, you probably won't want to store your most used items up here, but you could put extra towels cleaning supplies elegantly tucked into a pretty bin or old magazines up there use wood screws to secure a pair of wooden shelf brackets to either side of the door frame and then screw shelf to brackets, the shelf should rest on top of the door molding, which will help support the weight.
Create a focal point, like your shower curtain, to draw a visual attention to a single place, keep everything else in your bathroom simple and make your shower the most attractive thing in there, for example, hang two curtains. Instead of one and use a basic color scheme, use a stacked plate rack to make extra counter storage space when you run out of horizontal counter space go vertical. Instead, this example is very decorative, but you can also make it more functional by storing your toothbrush, toothpaste or ponytail holders make a magnet board to organize your makeup.
You could hang this on the back of your door or the inside of one of your cabinets or on any bit of blank wall that isn't serving any other purpose. Hang up mason jars, to store little things like cotton, balls and makeup sponges. This would also require a blank bit of wall, but it's pretty awesome. Do it yourself, choose a larger mirror to reflect more space.
It's a simple visual trick that increases the amount of light in the bathroom super important when you're doing makeup roll, your towels. Don't fold them it's an old packing trick, rolling close helps you fit more of them in the suitcase same thing goes with towels. When you roll them instead of folding them, you can fit more of them. The same amount of space it'll also make your bathroom feel more. Like a spa, install pullout drawers in your cabinets.
You usually find them for kitchen cabinets, but they work just as well in the bathroom. It's the same concept as the lazy Susan, letting you access.
The depths of your cabinet without having to dig past old bottles, install multiple towel rods. On the back of your door, few bathrooms have enough places to hang towels stacking towel bars. Behind closed doors is a great way to remedy the shortage and use space efficiently. screw a magazine holder onto the back of a cabinet door to store the hairdryer. This will really save you. Space bring wrinkled clothes and, while you shower get the clothes as close to the heat and water as you can without getting them wet, it takes about 15 minutes of steam to get rid of. Wrinkles place your reader in a zip lock bag. So you can read without wearing drill your way to clean, fit a scrub brush to a drill and use your favorite cleaner, no more manual scrubbing needed ow spare rolls of toilet paper and a clear glass vase or umbrella stand.
It's a sleek way of stacking them and you'll know at a glance when you need to refill the supply. use a vertical towel. Rack walls and bathrooms are often you under utilized to make towels and washcloths handy for bath. Ats install a hotel style, multi-tiered rack on the wall next to the tub rolling towel for an O is ready drying surface. Few of us want our own bathrooms to resemble a public restroom in any way, but the rolling hand towel loop is an excellent invention.
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