It seems like our bathroom never has a place for extra towels or toilet paper. And this is super frustrating when we have house guests.
One spot that I never thought of using for storage was the space over the toilet.
After researching around I’ve been reluctant to buy something for over the toilet because of two things: functionality and style.
Racks or shelves are always too close to the toilet tank (which makes for awkward situations when the float or flapper need to be adjusted).
And store-bought items just don’t fit our bathroom’s decor.
Which brings me to today’s episode …
I’m pretty excited to share some ideas with you and think you’ll like the possibilities for your own bathroom.
Pine crates, stain, shelving brackets, and a little sweat equity will give you a stylish storage transformation.
So if you’d like to create your own cool solution to the age-old dilemma that is limited bathroom storage then watch my video for a modernized solution. There’s only one problem: your friends and family will ask you to make them one – LOL.
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There are so many great ideas on how to maximize bathroom space. So I’d love to hear about the one you’ve used.
Storage is one thing but bathrooms are an animal in and of themselves. Is there something other than storage that you’d like to change when it comes to your bio-break getaway?
Let me know in the comments because who knows, maybe we can work together to find an answer to your problem.
Many thanks to Lowe’s for their continued support and making me a Lowe’s Creative Ideas blogger.
They provided some clams for this project but all the adverbs and adjectives came from me — and no, Ty the cat from the end of the video didn’t sign on to be in a Lowe’s commercial. Sure he’s cute and could totally be a model but there’s no way he can handle a drill (he lost his thumbs in a terrible catnip accident).
You can get more inspirational home improvement ideas by clicking over to the Creative Ideas website. Here’s the link http://www.lowes.com/creative-ideas. If you’re a Pinterest fan, Lowe’s also has a ton of pins for home projects (3,545,565 people like their boards and I’m guessing you might too).
Thanks, as always, for reading, watching, and being flat-out awesome.
P.S. If you’d like a printable list of supplies and instructions click on the link below for the PDF. Take it to the store with you so you don’t forget anything – like I did!!