Though they're usually hidden behind closed doors, master bathrooms, guest bathrooms, and powder rooms all deserve to be as thoughtfully decorated as your home's living spaces. We found three bloggers with DIY bath remodeling stories to inspire your own makeovers.View Slideshow
Bathrooms are called upon to store a lot of things, and when your space is small, organizing all of these items can sometimes cause clutter mayhem. Stop disorganization in its tracks with a few simple small-bathroom storage strategies.
With little square footage to spare, it's important to put every inch of available space to work in a small bathroom. Take advantage of the unused area beneath a shower bench with a set of deep drawers. It's the ideal hideaway for extra toiletries and accessories.
Utilize every inch of space underneath a wall-mount sink by installing a floating shelf below plumbing. Tuck away folded towels and washcloths or add baskets for small items.
Keep linens and sponges nearby with wire baskets that hang above the bathtub on miniature towel rods. A floating shelf creates space to showcase artwork, while repurposed glass kitchen jars and a fishbowl hold bath salts and soaps on the tub ledge.
Swap a traditional cabinet drawer for a door that tilts out to reveal a wire hamper. Not only will you save space, but the slanted storage unit easily conceals dirty towels or clothes in style.
These mini-but-mighty bath storage ideas will help you trick a slim setup into handling everything from accessories to oversize purchases.
Tap the space above your vanity mirror for extra organization. Incorporate a cabinet box into the mirror frame and create cubbies for extra towels as well as a stowaway compartment for infrequently used supplies.
Help a basic wall shelf pull double duty by adding a wooden dowel to create a towel rod. Use a mixture of clear and white glass containers to gather bars of soap, nail polish, and other small toiletries.
Control countertop clutter with upper vanity cabinets, which conceal items behind closed doors. While they take up counter space, it's worth the trade-off in a small bathroom. The vertical units extend storage upward, providing more shelves for stashing bathroom necessities. Instead of extending all the way to the edge of the counter, the cabinets in this small bathroom are shallow enough to leave a sizable area of counter space in front of them.