In the bathroom, space is always at a premium, and that's esepcially true in a smaller bathroom. If you're at a loss as to where to store all the necessities in your teeny tiny bathroom, these 11 hardworking products can help.
The Componibili is a great piece for adding a little storage anywhere in the house, but it's especially nice in the bathroom: the doors mean less visual clutter, and the unit can tuck neatly into a corner or under a pedestal sink. Componibili round storage module, $190 from AllModern.
Having to dig around in the cabinet for your hair dryer sucks. This over the cabinet door hair dryer holder will keep the stuff you need every day within easy reach, and add a little storage where you most need it. $12.99 from Amazon.
Brett and Betsy paired two of these IKEA Godmorgon cabinets together over the toilet in their bathroom for extra storage in a small space. If you're able to mount things to the wall, these wall-mounted cabinets have the advantage over those sort of terrible etageres that perch over the toilet that they won't wobble like crazy, and you're a lot less likely to bump your head. Godmorgon wall cabinet, $90 each from IKEA.
Useful under the bathroom mirror, or anywhere you need a spot to stash things. Kalkgrund shelf, $14.99 from IKEA.
Not enough room for towels? Here's a handy solution. Over door towel rack, $34.99 from The Container Store
And here's another. Grundtal towel holder, $14.99 from IKEA.
For storing sundries in the shower. Immeln corner shower basket, $9.99 from IKEA.
These Ragrund sink shelves fit around a wall-hung or pedestal sink to provide extra storage. $39.99 each from IKEA.
Make the most of your cabinet space with two-tiered storage. White 2-drawer mesh organizer, $17.99 from The Container Store.
I've never had one of these in the bathroom, but I did have one in a pantry once, and it truly amazing how much setuff you can fit into it. Elfa back of the door rack, $80.92 from The Container Store.
This cabinet, at only six inches wide, is narrow enough to slip in beside the toilet, or practically anywhere. Bathroom cabinet, $119 from Amazon.
What else have you found to be a lifesaver in the bathroom?
Re-edited from a post originally published 9.7.15-nt