Love the space you have with these creative ideas for small bathroom storage and farmhouse style.
I recently received this question from a reader,
“I’m drastically downsizing soon and am moving to a small apartment. I’m worried about bathroom storage in my new place. The bathroom is so small! Do you have any ideas?”
Well, yes, Dear Reader, I do!
Ironically, our dramatically downsized home has a fabulous bathroom with great storage. However, I’ve lived in more than a few homes where the small bathroom storage situation was little to none.
Here are some of the creative tricks I’ve used to find bathroom storage for everything from toilet paper to towels.
Small Bathroom Storage and Farmhouse Style: Towel Storage
To see some of the ways we used these ideas in our own home, you may want to check out these posts:
Small Bathroom Storage Ideas : Use wall shelves for storage and style!
Small Bathroom Storage and Farmhouse Style: Ideas for makeup, beauty supplies and hair tools
Consider moving your makeup and beauty station OUT of the bathroom
I lived and struggled with our small bathroom storage issues and struggled for years with the daily routine of getting ready in them. The space was cramped. The vanity wasn’t big enough to hold my blow dryer, curling iron, or makeup cases.
I finally decided to turn an unused landing space in our historical home into a glorified “walk in closet” (click here for the before and after reveal post) outside our bedroom door. In it, I placed an antique vanity. I was finally able to store all my beauty products neatly in drawers. And, it was fun to sit on its bench and get ready every morning!
If you don’t have space for an antique vanity, perhaps you could convert a top drawer of a bedroom dresser and add a mirror above to accomplish the same purpose.
Small Bathroom Storage and Farmhouse Style – Where to store toilet paper, medications, and other personal hygiene products
A few more small bathroom storage ideas:
Keep your eye out at thrift stores or garage sales for pretty baskets, bins, and containers that could be modified to work in your situation.
Here are some DIY ideas that you might want to try: