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Don’t forget the wall space behind the toilet. This often-overlooked area is ideal for shelves or even a bathroom cabinet. Use baskets to keep smaller items neat and tidy, while hanging racks could make useful toothbrush storage.
3. Hanging options. When counter or floor space is limited, consider hanging your storage. Not only will you get extra space for stowing, but it can also look great. Hanging also allows you to bring in decorative elements that you wouldn’t otherwise have space for.
Mix it up. A combination of rails, hooks and shelves can answer a great many bathroom storage needs, as this setup shows. Of course, bathrooms need storage for bulky items, such as bottles of shampoo and towels, but compact storage with plenty of compartments is the perfect solution for all those smaller things typically kept in a bathroom. Think toothbrushes, dental floss, cotton balls and small tubes or jars.Tell us: What kind of bathroom storage do you find handiest? Share your ideas in the Comments below.More10 Design Moves From Tricked-Out BathroomsBathroom Storage: Where to Keep the T.P.?
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Appendere i secchielli Un semplice portasalviette è facile da installare e può essere usato anche per altri scopi. Appendete una serie di secchielli per tutte quelle piccole cose, come le pinzette o il dentifricio, che possono andare perse nei cassetti o nei mobiletti. Se i secchielli sono vicini al lavandino, potete anche pensare di riporvi gli spazzolini.