DIY Ideas: 6 Decorative Ways to Store Toilet Paper

DIY Ideas: 6 Decorative Ways to Store Toilet Paper

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Brittney Morgan
Oct 16, 2016
(Image credit: Design Improvised)

Gone are the days of stacking your bath tissue on the back of your toilet. Say hello to your new toilet paper goals (seriously, who knew you could have toilet paper goals?) Your TP storage doesn't have to be boring—with some creativity and a dash of DIY, you can organize your toilet paper and treat it like decor.

A decorated glass vase

All you need to make the glass toilet paper display above is a tall, round glass vase wide enough to fit rolls of toilet paper, and some decorative tape. This tutorial from Design Improvised used copper foil electrical tape, but you can easily use Washi tape to make your own unique designs.

(Image credit: Design Love Fest)

A colorful drawer-pull holder

The toilet paper holders above come from DesignLoveFest, and look a lot more elegant and complicated than they actually are. Each attaches to the wall with a drawer pull, and the rest of the holder is made of a tube and some leather cord, twine, or ribbon. The best part? You can customize this any way you want, depending on the drawer pull, cord, accents and colors you choose.

(Image credit: DIY Enthusiasts)

A hanging decoupage display

To make the structure of this simple 3-roll no-sew storage solution from DIY Enthusiasts, all you need are some toilet-paper-sized tin cans, ribbon, and a hot glue gun. And to decorate, you just paint and decoupage the cans any way you choose. If you've never tried decoupage, don't worry—the tutorial explains it all.

(Image credit: The Gold Jelly Bean)

A converted oatmeal canister

You can keep two extra rolls of toilet paper in this oatmeal-canister-turned-storage from The Gold Jelly Bean. All you have to do is paint it to complement your bathroom decor, and you're good to go. The result? Simple, but stunning.

(Image credit: Make It & Love It)

A simple fabric pouch hanger

Have some extra fabric you want to use up? With a little bit of sewing, you can easily make a tie-on pouch to hang extra toilet paper from the existing wall fixture. Get the tutorial at Make It & Love It.

(Image credit: CHIC)

A quirky dinosaur display

If your decor style is more quirky and eclectic than simple and elegant, consider a fun way of putting out your toilet paper, like with this dinosaur display from CHIC. All you need is a long-necked plastic dinosaur and some spray paint.

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