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20 Bathroom Organization Ideas + Hacks

If you feel that it is important to make sure that your bathroom is clutter-free, organized, and relaxing, here are 20 bathroom organization ideas that will help you do just that.

There are so many ways to utilize small spaces that your bathroom has, like behind the door, above the toilet, under the cabinet, and even above the door!

We hope to inspire you and give you some new ideas to think out of the box and find new ways to gain more space.

Get inspired and get new ideas to gain space for your bathroom with these 20 ideas for bathroom organization. #bathroom #bathroomideas #organization

20 Bathroom Organization Ideas:

If you love lotions, body sprays, and perfumes and have a lot of them, you can find little shelves in the photo frame sections at the store and use the space behind the door!

This is such a forgotten spot for some organization.

It is not a deep space because your door does need to open, so look for floating shelves that are 5-8″ deep.

20 Bathroom Organization Ideas via A Blissful Nest, crown molding shelves for lotions and perfumes by Kevin and Amanda{ Picture Frame Shelves }

Mason Jars are great containers to hold little items and you can install them on a board by the sink.

This is a fun farmhouse style DIY project to make and so purposeful.

What a great idea to get a little extra bathroom organization! #bathroom #organization #bathroomideas{ Mason Jar Organizers }

Whether you keep boxes full of items out on the counter or in the cabinet, cover old boxes with fabric to make it look nicer.

Use scrapes of fabric you have laying around and your glue gun to mix and match for a fun look or keep it simple and classic like this one.

Fabric Storage Boxes from Old Boxes by Thrifty and Chic{ Fabric Storage Boxes from Old Boxes }

The space above the toilet is a great area to install shelves.

Find an old magazine rack or file rack for those books and hang it on the wall!

Floating Shelves and Magazine Rack by 320 Sycamore Blog{ Floating Shelves and Wire Magazine Rack }

Sometimes it gets hectic trying to get ready when your curling iron and blow dryer are all tangled up in the drawer!

This cabinet organizer helps to keel them untangled and easy to grab.

Hair Tool Storage Cabinet by The Idea Room{ Hair Tool Storage Cabinet }

I know we have shared this idea before, but hanging buckets is a great way to organize stuff in the bathroom.

It doesn’t take up cabinet space and if you use command hooks then they are removable.

Hanging Bucket Organizer by Glamour{ Hanging Bucket Organizer }

We love how this mirrored cabinet turned out!

It does not stick out from the wall too much and it holds a lot!

What a brilliant space-saving idea.

Mirrored Medicine Cabinet by Shanty 2 Chic{ Mirrored Medicine Cabinet }

Speaking of do-it-yourself cabinets . . . .

Make a cabinet and use a vintage window for the door.

It gives a special touch to the bathroom as well as helping you stay organized.

Vintage Window Bathroom Cabinet by Liz Marie Blog{ Vintage Window Bathroom Cabinet }

Hang baskets on the wall for toilet paper and towels to give the cabinets more room for other items.

Number or label them so you know what is inside.

Wicker Basket Vertical Storage by Our Fifth House { Wicker Basket Storage }

A wire hanging basket like this one is great for toys and allows them to drip dry!

Besides, who wants to take a bath with rubber duckies staring at you?

Hanging Bath Toy Storage, 20 Bathroom Organization Ideas{ Hanging Storage for Bath Toys }

Don’t forget to look up!

A shelf above the door is a great way to add more storage to a small bathroom.

This might just be one of the most unused spaces but could have the biggest impact.

DIY Doorway Shelf by Cozy Cottage Cute{ DIY Doorway Shelf }

Make space on the cabinet door for jars with toothbrushes and washcloths.

Affix them on using command hooks or adhesive.

DIY Brush and Wash Station by Clean and Scentsible{ DIY Brush and Wash Station }

Here is a great way to declutter under the cabinet and use most of the ‘dead’ space.

Utilize baskets, over the door hangers and moveable cabinet shelving to get the extra space you need out of a tiny cabinet.


Declutter the Bathroom Cabinet by Living Locurto{ Declutter the Bathroom Cabinet }

Build custom shelving like these made with pallets.

If you are looking for farmhouse flare and more storage space, then this is it!

Custom Shelving by A Beautiful Mess{ Custom Shelving Storage }

Turn a big frame into a place to display all your dangling earrings.

No more searching for the pair in a drawer!

Repurpose a picture frame with a little paint and add some chicken wire to the back.

Chicken Wire Frame for Earrings by Marty's Musings{ Chicken Wire Frame for Earrings }

Cubby spaces built into the wall are a great place to put baskets and towels.

Add hooks underneath to hang more towels.

Beadboard with Towel Hooks and Shelf by Pregnant with Powertools{ Beadboard Wall with Towel Hooks and Shelves }

Pretty up the lids of glass jars that sit on the counter for your cotton balls and make up wipes.

Paint the lids and add beautiful knobs to upscale mason jars.

Place on a cupcake stand for a beautiful and functional display.

Bathroom Mason Jars by Eighteen 25{ Bathroom Mason Jars }

These bins are great for small items!

Grab the tutorial on how to make one of these and add a fun DIY storage piece to your bathroom.

Bathroom Cabinet Storage Bin by Remodelholic{ Cabinet Door Storage Bins }

Hang baskets on the wall instead of placing them on the floor.

It will give you so much more floor space!

Bathroom Towel Storage by Making Lemonade{ Bathroom Towel Storage }

Now, this is a genius idea.

Use an old picture frame, paint it with chalk paint and use a sheet of metal with fabric on top for a great storage idea for your makeup.

This is such an easy way to see all the makeup you have!

Makeup Magnet Board by Laura Thoughts{ Magnetic Makeup Board }

I hope that you can use one or all of these 20 Bathroom Organization Ideas!

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