11. Multi-Compartment Cabinet
If open shelves don’t really suit your bathroom, how about a cabinet? The coolest thing about them is that you can mix and match how many of each compartment you want based on your needs. If you have more bags and towels than bottles, you might want more shelves. If you have lots of smaller items, then you might need more drawers. And the best part is you can get one that locks, which keeps kids away from glass bottles.
12. Metal and Stone Sink Storage
This is another great way to store things under your sink. The cubbies are independent of each other so you can have as many as your sink can fit or just one or two. The shiny metal the storage bins use add a sleek and modern look to the otherwise homey and comfortable look.
13. Hanging Wicker Basket Storage
An alternative to shelves is metal racks. You can easily install several of them in a column or just one or two. They’re very versatile as you can fold towels and other materials on them or like in this design, fill a wall with metal racks and hang wicker baskets that can hold other items from them. You can make the baskets removable, allowing you to hang only as much as you need at a time while using the rest of the rack for something else.
14. Sleek Wicker Storage
If you don’ have an entire wall to use, you can simply place the racks and wicker baskets above the toilet in your bathroom. The size of the baskets and the number of racks is entirely up to you, but it’s important to make the most of the space you have.
15. Quaint Wood Drawer Storage
If you don’t have much space beneath your sink or don’t need quite as much space as there is, a small set of drawers beside the sink should work perfectly for keeping smaller objects. Wood shelves and drawers like these keep your sink clear of little objects that can clutter the sink space and can fall easily. It’s an especially good idea if you don’t have a ledge on your sink.
16. Baseboard-Style Storage
There is a wide variety of shelf designs that can be used in just about any space. This design is a great example of one. The shape and detailed lines etched into the wood make it resemble an elegant base board. You can install any number of them against any open wall space.
17. Rustic Wood Box Storage
If you have a few good wood boxes lying around why not put them to use as a stylish and rustic storage space. You can stack them, place them side by side or keep several around your bathroom.
18. Chic Glass Storage Cabinet
Anything looks great behind glass, especially in a cabinet. It gives the idea of keeping something away yet displaying it elegantly. A cabinet like this takes up only a little space and holds quite a lot.
19. Ceramic Sink Storage
Looking for a great storage space that blends in with the area it’s placed in? Try this design. The shelf below the sink uses the same ceramic material that the sink uses and is connected to it, keeping towels and small items out of the way, yet leaving enough space between the shelf and the floor for more items.
20. Shelf Nirvana Storage
This shelf is one of the most versatile and spectacular. It takes up a whole wall but is completely worth it if you have space. The number of compartments, cubbies, and drawers in this shelf alone should be enough to keep the rest of your bathroom completely clutter-free. You can fit anything from towels to baskets, toilet paper rolls, bottles, tubes, vials, boxes and just about anything else you can think of. It’s the answer to all your storage needs.