We can tell how someone keeps their own personal hygiene with only one peek at their bathroom. So, decorating and organizing your bathroom is just as imperative as adorning the other parts of your house. Buying cute and expensive furniture is the quickest and easiest option but it always sets you back so you should definitely try to make one on your own.
1.Floating Baskets on the Wall
Your wire baskets must be tired from sitting on the floor all the time. Come up with a ground-breaking revolution by turning them into floating shelves to store your toilet papers, towels and your shower caddies. Mount them into the wall with screws and drywall anchors. Use washers and a drill to secure them in place. This creative hanging shelf idea for small bathroom is a complete no-brainer. Source
2.Archetype of Coziness
Wooden shelves really are practical and go well in pretty much any room. If you are looking for simple towels and shower caddies storage then you might want to install open shelves from wood boards. Everyone has basic supplies such as screws, nails, drill and measuring tape lying around at home so you literally only need to get woods. You need to build support frames and glue them together first. Stain your board or paint them with the color of your choice. Attach your frames to the wall by screwing them into studs and glue the top shelf piece to both shelves with Liquid Nails. You can put your towels and wicker baskets there or simple little toiletries. Basically anything! Source
3.Don’t Throw Your Old Pallets!
If you have an empty space above your sink and are wondering what to put there to make it less basic, we highly recommend you to build these easy floating shelves out of pallet. Create wood strips from your pallet by removing the center pieces with the back of a hammer. Reuse the center of the wood strips and nail them to the side of the pallet which will later become the bottom of one of the shelves then saw off each end of the pallet. Be careful when choosing what color to paint your shelves and make sure it matches the entire design style of your bathroom. Pick a light to medium gray stain for a beach-y, nautical look or medium English chestnut brown if you are going for a rustic look. Source
4.One-Tiered Shelf above the Sink
That little gap between your cabinet and sink is a potential spot for more storage. If you have a wooden plank at home, repurpose it as an additional space to store your lotions, toothbrush, tooth paste and face cleanser. Mount it on the wall with brackets or you can opt for compartments instead for a more substantial slotted box. Source
5.Wall of Baskets
Another way of finding different use for your baskets. Make simple DIY shelves by hanging your baskets on a rod. First, hang two parallel rods or towel bars. Next, simply fasten the baskets with a rope or cut some ribbon and thread it through your baskets and tie them to the rods. Source