Bathroom Organizing – Part 3
Use those Walls!
If you are looking for space in your bathrooms, don’t forget to use those walls. It might be in the form of shelves, hooks, hangers or medicine cabinets…but do not neglect them.
Here are a few examples of how you can use wall space to your advantage.
This is in my downstairs bathroom. It is a small half bath with a pedestal sink ( so there is no cabinet storage there). I can keep the essentials here with extra TP and hand towels. In this bathroom we don’t need storage for toothbrushes etc.
Here is another option for a shelf for storage.
This of course could be used for many other items, but it serves this purpose in the master bathroom.
The kids have this shelf/cabinet in their bathroom:
This is also over top the toilet, although it does not go down to the floor like the other. My oldest son uses this for his things. The next oldest has the medicine cabinet. The triplets have a shelf on the colored pegboard wall…OK…I’ll show you that too because it can make good use out of a wall.
When we got married and Dave’s 4 kids moved in, there was only 1 towel rack on this wall. I knew that was not going to work for 5 children. So I decided to get peg board and paint it. Before I did that, I went online and found this colored plastic pegboard and the hooks and accessory trays too. (I just looked for the site and couldn’t find it…so if anyone does go hunting and finds – please leave a comment for others) I did a post on this early last year on solutions in the kids bathroom.
But each child has a tray and hooks for their towels and a robe. It works great!