How Do You Store Everyday Bathroom Tech?

How Do You Store Everyday Bathroom Tech?

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Taryn Williford
Oct 2, 2009

This one might resonate better with the ladies of Unplggd, but here goes: You use your hair dryer, curling iron and flat iron often, right? (Everyday, for some of us) But where do you keep 'em in a small, cool bathroom? Hotels have it down (like the one above), but what can us regular folk do?

The bathroom is the getting-ready room of choice for most, which means the more high-maintenance of us spend a ton of time in there. But the bathroom can also be the smallest room with the least amount of storage.

So what do you do with the tech in there that you use everyday?

If you're blessed with copious counter space, do you leave your hair dryer out? Do you wrap the cord and tuck it on a shelf?

Our college roomate, when faced with the most dire of bathroom storage circumstances—not having any—had a great idea. She bought giant key rings and clamped her curling- and flat-iron's coreds between the rings about a foot down from the business end, then hung the key rings on hooks in the wall of our room. To this day, I wish I had a picture of her creative solution to a pressing problem.

Do you have a brilliant solution worth sharing? Let us know in the comments!

(Image: Flickr user LA Wad under license from Creative Commons.)

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