How To Get The Most Out Of Your Bathroom Space
Do you ever wish you could get a little more bathroom space? Maybe your counter is just too small to keep anything on it, or that medicine cabinet above your sink only has room for a toothbrush and some floss.
While you can always renovate, this is usually costly and can weigh on your patience. An average bathroom renovation will run you anywhere from $1000 to over $15,000 . And prices can fluctuate based on materials, fixtures, labor, the list goes on and on.
If you’re just looking to maximize on the space you have, here are some great ideas you can try on your own, to get the most out of your bathroom, no contractor bills or pricey trip to Home Depot or Rona needed.
DIY Bathroom Space Hacks
1. Cabinet Shelves
Make the most of your limited cabinet space by using stackable bins to keep everything together and clutter free! Just a few of these bins will change the way you utilize your bathroom space.
2. Bathroom Mirror Storage Case
If you’re looking for something a little more hands-on that will not only give you more storage space but also look great, try this full length mirror that doubles as a giant cabinet! For full instructions, click here.
3. Rustic Bathroom Shelves
Take advantage of the vertical space in your bathroom by installing some great rustic shelves. Stacking shelves is a great way to improve on space and keep a clutter-free counter. Find more instructions on how to make these shelves for yourself here.
4. Shower Rod Storage
Putting an extra shower rod in the back of your shower will give you space to keep loofahs, razors, children’s toys, you name it!
5. Floating Shelves
These shelves are great for that space above your toilet that often goes unused and it helps to brighten up your bathroom. Here’s how you can take advantage of the free space.
6. Magnetic Bathroom Rack
Never lose a bobby pin again with this DIY magnetic rack. It’s also great for keeping those little metal accessories where you can see them, and not buried at the bottom of a drawer. Here’s how you can do it yourself.
7. PVC Pipe Storage
Use a PVC pipe connector to keep your blow dryer and straightener out of your way and tangle-free. Here are some ideas on how you can make it your own.
8. Pocket Organizer
Take advantage of your cabinet doors with this DIY pocket organizer. Here’s how you can do it yourself!
9. Coat Hooks For Towels
Instead of a towel bar, try some coat hooks! Hang every towel you’ll ever need, and never worry about them piling up on each other and staying damp. Find out how to do it here.
10. Turn Baskets Into Shelves
Looking for the convenience of a shelf but want to try a different look? Why not use some inexpensive baskets to store any extra towels. Check out how you can try it out here.
And there you have it, 10 great bathroom DIY mini renovations to help you get the most out of your bathroom space. Enjoy!
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