We recently “moved into” our master bathroom and I can’t tell you how nice it is to have a bathroom in our master bedroom again. I don’t have to stumble down the hall in the middle of the night anymore to go potty…(middle of the night potty trips are getting to be frequent and bound to get worse as this preggo lady gets more preggo!) The only downside of our en-suite master bathroom is that it is extremely small and awkward (but check out how we transformed it into an adorable farmhouse style master bathroom). I’m still trying to get everything organized and pretty in there with my limited storage space, so I thought I would share with you some of the great Small Bathroom Ideas I’ve found recently!
12 Small Bathroom Ideas
Take advantage of every hanging space possible.
I love how Jessica from Four Generations One Roof used the bathroom cabinet to hang a basket next to the toilet for toilet paper storage in this Bathroom Makeover, brilliant!
No wall space for towel bars? Use the back of the door! I love this great idea from Jenna Burger.
There’s usually always space above your toilet, so don’t forget about that! See how we added these floating shelves above toilet in our farmhouse bathroom. Check out this post if you’re looking more storage above toilet ideas!
Upcycle items for creative storage.
This old wood divided box makes great storage for the bathroom when hung above the sink as featured on Itsy Bits and Pieces here.
Homeroad uses some wire baskets and an old wooden crate to make this fun wall shelf for extra bathroom storage. She’s also shows off a great driftwood over the door shelf among other Bathroom Storage Solutions here.
Look high and low for storage opportunities.
…like above the door! The 2 Seasons gives a great tutorial on how to build an above the door storage shelf.
Our Fifth House got creative with an awkward little cubby space next to her shower with these hanging window boxes. Yay for small, awkward bathrooms!
Stay insanely organized.
It’s more important than ever to make sure your small bathroom space is as organized as it could be. This under the sink storage idea to keep things neat and tidy. Mary Organizes has some other great Bathroom Organizing tips here as well.
Take back your counter space.
Let’s face it, you’re probably working with limited counter space as it is, right? Where are you supposed to set that cup of coffee while you get ready ever morning? I love how Hart’s Desire Photography mounted her soap on the wall with this DIY salvage wood shelf. She always gives a great tutorial on how to make this soap dispenser here.
Every bit of reclaimed counter space is helpful. This DIY Mason Jar Organizer takes the storage up to the wall, rather than on the counter. The DIY Playbook does a great job showing you how to make this fun DIY project.
Don’t forget about storage space in the walls between studs.
Turtles and Tails shows us some creative storage ideas on this Bathroom Renovation Reveal, but these are two of my favorites. I love the built-in medicine cabinet and toilet paper holder.
Take advantage of the inside of your cabinet doors.
I love these bright storage shelves Infarrantly Creative built for the inside of her cabinet doors and it’s complete with a perfect bobby pin storage solution!
Crafting in the Rain shares a great tutorial on how to make these fun PVC Pipe Toothbrush Holders for the inside of the cabinet door.
Have a small bathroom is definitely an inconvenience, but there are tons of different ways to keep small bathrooms organized. It is all about taking advantage of every space possible, like on top of the door frames, inside wall studs and on the walls. Do you have any other good Small Bathroom Ideas? I’d love to hear them in the comments.