Bathroom Storage Hints
Polder Style Station Caddy $32.95
For large family's use a large shower caddy. These will let you store all the items you need and some you wished you could.
Use suction baskets to create storage areas. Place these on tiles, glass or metal at a height or location that suits you (or landlords for those not wanting traces of permanent fixings).
Everloc Endure Shower Station (55% off RRP) $39.95
Baskets Racks and Trolleys are a great way to add more storage space to an otherwise limited bathroom. Wall or floor mounted they can utilise areas that allow you to maintain tidy surface areas. Grooming, cosmetics, towels and hair care can all be stored within easy reach.
Basket System 5 Tier White $89.95
Use the area above your toilet to create many storage options. With an over the toilet storage rack the usable floor area is not affected at all and they look great.
Over Toilet Storage Rack $79.95
Smaller bathroom products are well suited to cupboard and drawer storage. Sort your drawers with various modular tubs and use baskets or small plastic drawer sets to store incidental bathroom items.
Suction holders for bathtub and shower accessories can be tailored for your needs. Toothbrush holders, hooks and soap dishes all can be arranged as you wish.
Stainless steel toothbrush holder by Interdesign $20.95
Round up all those small cosmetic items and store them in a central cosmetic organiser. Keep different items separated, such as cotton balls and buds in cube containers and cosmetics in organisers with built in mirrors or drawers.
Extra hanging space can always keep a bathroom looking tidier, so use additional towel bars and racks to maximise hanging space. They needn't require permanent fixing with suction and over door/screen options available.