Not having enough storage space in the bathroom can become too annoying at times. You can so many things to store from toiletries and shower supplies to towels and hair styling products. However, storing them clutter-free is a heck of work. So here are some bathroom towel storage ideas for you.
When arranging the bathroom, you might have assigned the specified space to keep particular things. You are following that layout, but what about others? It is really hard to store everything in a place when the storage option is less.
Most annoying is a soggy towel roaming here and there in the room. It is high time you should get a bathroom towel storage installed. Now, this also depends on the bathroom space and your budget, everything else you can alter.
There are chances you are looking for inexpensive towel storage ideas for a small bathroom or adding a personalized feel to the area. Whatever it is, after reading this blog, you will have a plethora of storage ideas to incorporate in the bathroom, regardless of its size.
Clutter-Free and Inexpensive Towel Storage Ideas
You might need to visit the garage sale and thrift stores to get a few antique furniture. You will find everything from the old bathroom tub to bicycle baskets and the workman ladder here for towel storage options. Take Heed!
Repurposed Bathroom Tub
You might have an old bathroom tub that you don’t use now, get it to work. Create two or three shelves by fixing wooden or plastic slab in the tub. Now secure it to the bathroom wall (paint it for the quirky look!). You can store towels and a few shower supplies too.
Railway Crates as Shelves
You will get railway crates from thrift stores. Before visiting the thrift store, figure out how many crates you will need to store the towels. Typically two will be enough, but if you are planning to store other things as well, get two more. You can either fix it on the wall or make them stand independently on the floor.
Wall-mounted Storage Shelves from Crate
Another great idea of using railway crate is by disassembling it. Undoing the railway crate, you will get wooden slabs, get them polished and painted after that form a rectangular box-like structure and install it on the wall.
Utilize Workman Ladder
What? A workman ladder? Are you serious? Yes, we are! Look at the ladder with functional-finding eyes, and you will see the potential of the ladder. Every step on it can store towels for you. All you have to do is, place it in the appropriate area and hang or keep the towels on the rung. Tada! Workman Ladder is now Towel Storage.
Door Mounted Towel Racks
The most classic option is to get the towel racks. There are specifically designed to store towels. You mount them behind the door or on the wall. The one with multiple rods to hang the towel is ideal if your requirement is for multiple towels.
Woven Baskets to Store Towel
Get the woven baskets and use them to store towels. This is the easiest and simplest way to enhance storage space. Place them in a corner as a shelf or under the washbasin for the classic look. Roll the towels and place them in the basket.
If creating wooden shelves seems too much work to you, go for the basket shelves. You will have to do some legwork for getting three ascending order size baskets. Then fix them on the wall in the order. The next step is to place towels and toiletries in it. Baskets are easy to mount as well as maintain.
Pantry Style Bathroom Storage
The pantry has a perfect organizational structure. Every shelf has its own identity. For instance, the top shelf is dedicated to the linens, the shelf below that is for grains and pasta, etc. Create one for the bathroom by installing floating shelves on the wall. Once the pantry shelves are ready, place things according to the level of their use.
Do you have any old bicycle standing in the garage? Utilize its basket for storing towels. All you have to do is clean it properly and fix it on the wall. (You can paint it if you want!) after that, roll up the towels nicely and place it in the basket. You can also collect multiple baskets and create storage space for toiletries and hair styling products.
Cabinet Bathroom Storage Ideas
When visiting a garage sale, there are chances you will find cabinets and closets. Get anyone one of them according to your requirement. If you live in a joint family and buying a storage option for a common bathroom, you will need to buy a closet. And if it just for your room, then the barber’s cabinet will also work.
Utilize Old Doors and Windows as Towel Rack
If you are renovating a house, then utilize old doors or windows as a towel rack. You can also get them from a garage sale. Once you get your hands on them, clean them, and do the necessary fittings. Now fix the nails at a certain distance, they will hold the towels. This is perfect for drying the soggy towels within the bath area.
Ship’s Deck as Block Style Shelves
Get the ship deck from a thrift store and make it stand otherwise. Use its cleat as a secured storage area for towels and other shower supplies. No doubt this is less functional and more decorative, so choose it according to your requirements.
DIY Tree-Branch Hanging Towel Display
We know all these options are DIY, but you will need to work up for this one. How? You will have to walk up to the nearest tree and get the branches. (P.S: Pick the ones on the ground or without leaves on the tree. We don’t promote tree cutting.) Now cut them into equal pieces, about 7 to 8 inches. Tie them with the string, and you are done.
Impressive Towel Storage Ideas:
Let your guest be little envy of your decorative skills with these towel storage ideas. There are plenty of storage options to go for, to make your bath area look and feel elegant and comfortable. Here in this list, we mentioned creative and DIY ideas to give your bathroom a personalized look. You can also go for the towel racks available, of which the functional and innovative option is the wired closet shelving unit.
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