Use hooks of varying heights.
Don’t forget to utilize your walls to keep things like towels, robes—and anything else that might work—organized and separate. Putting hooks at various heights will ensure that nothing is too cluttered. Also, put a shelf over the doorway, a la hotel bathrooms, for even more towel space.
Use your sink cabinet wisely.
It’s easy to simply throw things under the sink without a second thought, but to really utilize all the space you have, consider organizing this space with plastic bins, a lazy Susan, or other storage boxes.
Add floating shelves.
Much like using hooks takes advantage of the wall space available to you, so does adding floating shelves. Shelves can hold anything you like, and also add a touch of decoration.
Use the inside of doors.
This may seem obvious, but could easily be overlooked. Cabinet and door organizers can hold more items than you think, and will do wonders for ridding your bathroom of unnecessary clutter.
Hang mounted baskets.
From hair tools (and their often-tangled cords) to extra toilet paper rolls, baskets are the way to go. If you don’t have the floor space for them, mount them beside your shower!
When in doubt, use extra caddies and other storage options like mason jars and plastic dishes that could make even the messiest of bathroom clutter look organized. A smaller bathroom doesn’t have to equate to an unorganized one!
CREDIT: American Lifestyle
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