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20 Stylish Bathroom Storage Ideas


Don't let clutter and disorganization takeover your bathroom. Check out these bathroom storage ideas that combinefunctionality with high-end style.


Storage Towers

This large double vanity ups the ante witheven more storage by adding storage towers. The towers draw the eye up in theroom, and the walnut finish adds some warmth to the bright white countertop andwalls.


Open Shelving

Too many cabinets can make a small spacefeel even smaller. Floating shelves have an open, airy vibe and can turn eventhe tiniest nook into a storage powerhouse. We love the contrast of these darkwood shelves against the bright white walls.


Elegant Cabinets

Bathroom cabinets get a bad rep for beingboxy and ho-hum. But more and more designers are opting for hutch-stylecabinets like this gorgeous piece. This type of furniture is typically seen inthe dining room to show off china, but we love the idea of using it in a masterbathroom to display decor and photos while hiding towels and toiletries in thedrawers below.


Under-Sink Baskets

We love floating sinks, especially vintagefarmhouse ones. But with a floating sink, you lose a lot of prime storage realestate. You can make up for some of that lost storage by placing a couple ofbaskets under the sink. These are great for storing towels in a guest bathroom.


Built-In Storage

Built-ins will never go out of stylebecause they solve one big problem: They create storage from thin air. Or,rather, the empty space in your wall. And, unlike bulky cabinets or furniture,they don't take up any floor space.


Mini Built-Ins

Built-ins don’t have to be giant. And youdon’t need an entire wall to create one. This mini built-in is about the sizeof a medicine cabinet. We love the mix of teak wood, navy tile and brasslighting in this space.


Towel Ladders

Towels don’t have to be shoved intodrawers. If you have cute ones, like these Turkish towels, show them off! Towelladders are a great example of functional decor.


Spa-Style Storage

If you love going to the spa, bring thatvibe home with floor-to-ceiling wood storage and a built-in shower bench. Addhooks under tall cabinets to hang spa robes and fluffy towels.


Open Yet Closed Shelves

If you like the idea of open shelving butdon’t want your stuff just hanging out, try a cabinet with glass doors. The see-throughpanels still open up a space like floating shelves, while closed drawers hidehoards of makeup, bath toys, cleaning products and all the other stuff that youwouldn’t want on display.


Storage Cubbies

Cubbies are typically associated with kids’rooms or multi-use family dens, but we love the idea of using a wall of cubbiesin a bathroom. It’s like combining the ultimate built-in with spa style. Andyou can store things by height: bath toys at the bottom and mom’s expensiveperfume up top.


Tall and Slim

Think you don’t have space for a cabinet?Think again. This slender cabinet creates additional bathroom storage even inthe tiniest spot between the bath and shower. The floor-to-ceiling design drawsthe eye up in the room, and the dark wood finish adds some warmth against thewhite-tiled wall.


Apothecary Jars

Apothecary jars are great for storingessentials within reach. Display jars full of cotton swabs, makeup pads andcotton balls for a spa-style look.


Storage Caddies

If you haven’t had a shower caddy sinceyour freshman dorm, you’re missing out. Caddies are a great way to add storagein the shower without renovations, and they come in some seriously sleekdesigns. Stack a couple of metal caddies in a row for a sophisticated look.


Over-the-Toilet Storage

You don’t have to buy a big, bulky hutchfor over-the-toilet storage. A couple of suspended shelves will do the trickwithout adding extra clutter. We love how these floating shelves are hookedtogether to create the illusion of a larger piece of furniture.


Crate Shelves

Upcycle crates into wall-mounted shelvesfor storage with a nautical twist. These crate shelves would also work well ina cottage-style or shabby chic bathroom.


Storage Ladder

If you have a landlord who won’t let youput holes in the walls (even for towel hooks!), storage ladders are a godsend.They’re slim enough to fit into the tiniest nooks, feature open shelves to keepa small space airy and give you a place to hang multiple towels.


Wall-Mounted Baskets

If you like storage baskets but don’t likethings being on the floor, mount them on the wall! We love these wire basketsfor industrial or farmhouse-style homes. Just remember to add additional weightfor storage items when you’re shopping for wall-mount hangs at the hardwarestore. When in doubt, go with the heavier option.


Floating Shelves

While cabinets aren’t forever, taking themout or changing them can be a hassle. But floating shelves can easily come downor move with you if you leave a home. We love the Scandinavian vibe in thisairy bathroom with light wood shelving and bright, white walls.


Pull-Out Storage

The best storage is the kind you never see.This sleek pull-out magically reveals tons of space for toiletries, cleaningproducts and towels in a space that would otherwise be empty.


Hurricane Glasses

Hurricane vases are super versatile, andone of our favorite uses is in the bathroom. They’re great for storing soaps ina spa-style master bath or displaying travel-sized toiletries for guests in aguest bath.