21. Metal Towel Storage
Sometimes all you need is a good place to put all the towels you have. A hanging wall shelf might not be enough and who wants to hang more than two towels on a rack anyway? This rack is made for towels specifically and can hold several of them, depending on the size you get. They fit easily into any corner or can hang out by your tub, shower, or sink.
22. In-Wall Shelf Storage
Some bathroom storage ideas are much more useful if they are part of the bathroom itself. If you’re currently remodeling, you might want to consider adding an inbuilt shelf like this to your contractor’s to-do list. Having storage built into your bathroom is the perfect way to optimize space.
23. Hanging Towel Storage Rack
If floor space is an issue, then why not hang up your towel rack. You simply screw it into the wall and place as many towels as it can hold. This particular towel rack has an elegant Victorian style that can dazzle up any bathroom, big or small.
24. Wood Sink Storage
Here’s another addition to your list of ways to make use of that amazing space under your sink. This wood drawer set has 3 drawers as well as some shelf space for larger items.
25. Good Ole Sink Cabinet Storage
This storage idea is classic. You have a cupboard under the sink and a few drawers as well, and if that’s not enough space, you can make use of some stylish wicker frames to keep small items. It’s one of the simpler bathroom storage ideas.
26. X-Shaped Storage
If you already have cabinets and drawers and are looking for a more creative and visually appealing way to store your bathroom items, this is a great idea to use. It adds a bit of variety and divides one space into four by using only two planks of wood.
27. Slanting Shelf Storage
This next design is a great example of how to make the best of the size and shape of your bathroom. Instead of trying to fit a square cabinet into space by the slanted ceiling, singular, stand-alone wood planks of varying lengths are placed to accommodate the diagonal. It’s also a great place to put it not only because it looks cool and makes the best of the otherwise wasted space, but it’s right beside the mirror, letting you keep all the things you need, close by.
28. Glass Stand-Alone Shelf Storage
So far we’ve looked at beautiful ideas that use wood, ceramic, iron and wicker, but here’s the first look at some awesome stand-alone shelve racks you can make with glass.
29. Cottage Sink Storage
Here’s another look at a variation of the classic under-the-sink cabinet, including an extra cupboard above the sink. The dark brown wood gives it a very welcoming look, especially with the added accents of the same wood used around the mirrors and window.
30. Boxed-In Sink Storage
If your sink and vanity are connected, chances are the space under your sink is free because the space under your vanity needs to be to fit a stool or chair. You can pick out a unit that makes good use of the available space under the sink like this one does.