6 Bathroom Spacesaver Resource Guides

6 Bathroom Spacesaver Resource Guides

Jason Loper
Nov 3, 2012

For being such a tiny little room, the bathroom certainly requires a lot of stuff. Whether you're starting from scratch or updating a rental's bathroom, there are a number of tricks to help make the most of your space. From shower caddies to curtain rods, we've rounded up some essential resource guides to help you get started.

Problem Solvers: 10 Uniquely Shaped Shower Curtain Rods Who says all shower curtain rods need to be straight? Whether you need a round, curved or double rod, this handy little roundup will point you in the right direction.

5 Simple & Stylish Surface Mount Medicine Cabinets If your bathroom has a plain ol' mirror hanging above the sink, you're missing out on loads of storage possibilities. (As someone who may have improperly anchored a medicine cabinet, let me advise you to anchor, anchor and anchor some more.)

Space Savers: Bathroom Shelving Units That space above the toilet is also a wasted opportunity for storage. Choose a unit with doors or drawers if you're worried about keeping it uncluttered.

Everything in Its Place: 8 Shower Caddies The simple shower caddy not only keeps your shampoos and other bathtime accouterments neatly corralled, it also puts everything at eye level when you need it most.

Small Space Solution: Bathroom Wall Cabinets If having a full shelving unit over the back of the toilet isn't your style, you can still gain extra storage with a wall mounted cabinet.

High & Low: Free-Standing Towel Racks If you can't mount a towel rack on the wall, pick up a free-standing alternative. And for those in cold climates, be sure to check out the heated options!

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(Image: Sara's Serene & Sophisticated Home

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