Bathroom Storage Solutions

5:54:00 PM

What did I do with my Deco Steals baskets?

I turned them into a shelf for my bathroom...

Using old rusty metal brackets, I attached the baskets to a wooden crate.

Soda can tabs are inexpensive hangers... a very clever trick!

I hung the crate with the baskets on the wall in my bathroom.

right next to the driftwood shelf I hung over the door for extra storage.

which is directly across from the ladder towel holder I hung near the window.

Wall-to-wall rustic storage solutions 
for this teeny tiny bathroom.

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  1. How did you attach the basket to the ladder? Awesome ideas.

  2. Cute idea! Thanks for the inspiration!!

  3. Pin. If I make even half the things of yours that I love I'm gonna have a Homeroad knock off house.


    1. Haha... your comments always have such moxy!

      I love this too Susan! All your stuff rocks! Sign me up on Bliss' bandwagon for the knockoff team!

  4. Love! Love! Love! Where did you find the ladder?

  5. Question... The shelf over your bathroom door, how do you attach that to the wall? We're not the DIY people much and can't figure out how to do that look so you don't see all the hardware.

    1. The shelf is held up with "L" brackets that are attached on the top of the shelf. The cups are hiding the brackets.... works great and hides the brackets.

  6. Ah yet more inspiration. Awesome inspiration I might add. Off later today to look at my bathroom in a new way. ;-)

  7. I saw this pinned on pinterest...and repinned...and am just coming over to see it live and in person. I absolutely love it.
    I like all the great storage ideas in your tiny bathroom.
    I too have a tiny bathroom-- 1.
    One. tiny. bathroom.

  8. Very great idea! I would love to feature this on a blog post I am planning for small bathroom ideas. Would you mind if I used one photo and linked it back to this blog post? Thank you.
    Chelsea @ The Johnsons Plus Dog

  9. I have never trusted metals to be used in the bathrooms. Hence, I have always utilized plastic or glass storage containers which are both waterproof and durable.


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