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
Make the most of your bathroom with 20 quick storage solutions and easy organization tips.
Cut clutter in a bathroom cabinet with baskets. Put like items in each one to stay organized. Use matching baskets for a cohesive look.
Boost the storage potential in a bath with matching wardrobes. Use the top shelves for stacking towels and toiletries. Stow seldom used items in baskets on top of the cabinets. Baskets in the open lower shelf are ideal for extra toilet paper and towels. Hang hooks between the cabinets to keep towels off the floor.
Trays and dividers keep bathroom shelves organized. Put all the supplies for doing your nails in one tray and spa accessories in another. Dividers keep the trays from getting cluttered. Label the trays so you know what belongs in each tray.
Make every inch count in a small bath. Use a narrow shelf under a vanity to store extra bath towels and washcloths.
Enhance bathroom storage with built-ins. Use open shelves to hold everyday items. Store cotton swabs and cotton balls in glass canisters and keep washcloths in baskets. Stash cleaning supplies out of sight in the lower cabinet.
Supplement your medicine cabinet with additional shelves next to the unit. Glass shelves almost disappear against tiled wall. Pretty glass jars and decorative containers hold lotion, soap, and other toiletries.
Put every inch of a linen closet to work. Make room for extra towels, toilet rolls, cleaning supplies, and sheets on shelves that go all the way to the ceiling. Label containers so you know where everything belongs. Hang a towel bar over the door for additional storage.
Carve out a spot for loofas, bath salts, and bubble bath in a recessed niche above the bathtub. A sleek shelf sits over the tub, the perfect spot to rest a container of lotion or a cup of tea.
Keep makeup organized with drawer inserts. You'll never dig for your favorite color again when you have a specific spot for lip gloss, eye shadow, and mascara.
Store items you use every day like lotion, towels, and mouthwash in a cabinet next to the sink. Don't overload the shelves. It is easier to stay organized when you limit the number of items on each shelf.
A built-in cabinet behind a soaking tub keeps towels, soaps, and sponges within reach. Glass doors and shelves make the cabinet feel light and airy.
Keep everything you need for an at-home manicure organized in a handy storage caddy. Pull it out of the cabinet when you need it, then put it away when you're finished.
Make the most of the small space in front of the sink and install a narrow pullout. It's a great spot to stash a toothbrush, toothpaste, and deodorant.