31. White Wood Crate Storage Towers
These white wood boxes were made to look elegant yet classic and old like you’ve been taken into the Victorian era. The varying heights mean more drawers and are taller than they are wide, so all you need is wall space.
32. Simple Cup Storage
Bathroom storage ideas don’t always have to be big or complicated designs. They can be as simple as these cups hanging on a rack. They’re deep enough to hold most bathroom items so they don’t fall out and small enough to fit in beside a mirror, door, or sink.
33. Over-the-Toilet Cabinet Storage
Depending on how much you’re storing, you might need more than a few racks or shelves over your toilet. There’s a lot more room above it, so why not try a design like this? It stands on its own and has a glass cabinet as well as one shelf and ladder-like rungs along the side that also allows you to hang a few towels or clothes off of.
34. Decorative Glass Storage
This is another glass shelf that you can use on any wall. This design utilizes only one thicker piece of glass. It’s the perfect place to display decorative accents.
35. Over-the-Door Cubby
Hanging things on a door is a great way to save space, but how about placing a cubby above the door? This bathroom storage idea gives you a great place to keep extra towels.
36. Custom In-Built Storage
Having a storage space like this shelf built into the wall means it’s custom made for space it’s in and you can decide the style, design, and type of storage it is. It also means your storage space will be sturdier and be much less likely to fall apart or break.
37. Ambient Floating Wall Storage
You might have space for a full-wall shelf, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you need it or that it will fit in with the rest of your bathroom. This storage idea gives you ample space and at its current height, looks awesome because of its position behind the tub.
38. Functional Display Cupboard Storage
If you’re in need of a decorative ledge or stand, why not convert the space it will use into a good storage space. This lets it serve its original purpose as well as provide you some more room to keep anything in.
39. Double Wall Storage
Instead of getting bulky metal racks for your shower or bath, you can save space and money by getting a shelf built into the shower wall. Wood is great for shelves in general, but that close to water, you might want to try a tile and marble shelf like the one in this design. The space right around the corner from it isn’t going to waste either and is the perfect home for all your towels.
40. Wall Crate Storage
Using crates as storage means recycling and the wood texture and spacing adds a rustic and cottage look. Instead of making crate piles on the floor, try hanging them on the wall. It clears up floor space and beautifies the otherwise plain space. You might want to use a shallower crate than the floor-model ones so they don’t protrude from the wall.
Whether you’re renovating, building a new house, or simply trying to organize the items in your bathroom, any one of these 40 glamorous bathroom storage ideas should help you make the best of your bathroom, big or small.