Turn your bathroom into a true zen zone with these stylish carts, storage cabinets, and shower hacks. You'll know exactly where to find all of your products — no frantic looking during the morning rush — and maybe even feel inspired to devote a little more time to your self-care routine. If you're extra ambitious, check out these organization tips for every part of your home.
Opt for these modern ladder shelves over traditional cabinetry to make use of empty space. Throw a few baskets on them for even more organization.
Don't limit your shelves to flat walls. These convenient corner shelves make the most out of whatever layout you have. Use them as a pot for candles and plants (or just extra rolls of toilet paper).
This roomy wall cabinet has a handy built-in towel bar for drying hands, plus concealed storage for anything you'd like to keep hidden away.
Make cotton balls display-worthy with these . The wide mouths at the top make it easy to reach what's left at the bottom.
Just push a button to get your shampoo, conditioner, and body wash in your hand — no squeezing required. The lack of bottles makes makes your shower look a lot less cluttered.
The best part about this rack? The holders conveniently also fit wine bottles, so you can easily transfer it to your kitchen if you redecorate.
The section for tools on this organizer resists heat for safely storing styling tools. Extra compartments and a drawer stash your other products, clips, pins, and elastics.
It's time to rethink your bathroom wall decor. This modern shelf unit can store your bottles, candles, and extra toilet paper rolls while still looking stylish, and it even comes in different colors.
Borrow an extra storage bin from the kids' room to stash more towels, TP, or bathroom reading.
IKEA's might just be one of their most versatile products ever. In the bathroom, use the cart to store towels, nail polish, makeup, and more — and take advantage of the fact that it's mobile.
Drawer dividers simplify your morning makeup search because you can keep your everyday products right in the front. Plus, they'll prevent everything from moving around whenever you open or close the drawer.
Instead of storing cleaning products and extra shampoos and creams by lining them up (this creates unsightly clutter!) try adding a to your bathroom closet. Just rotate it around whenever you need to get to something specific, without crashing over every other product in sight.
The jute basket that just doesn't fit in your bathroom cabinet might have a purpose elsewhere — like on the walls. Hang two above your toilet to hold rolled up towels and discreetly hide toilet paper in a handy spot.
If your shower doesn't have built-in shelves, a hanging organizer means shampoos and soaps aren't precariously perched on the edge of the tub or windowsill. Bonus: No more mildew buildup at the bottles' bases to scrub away.
If you're running low on storage space — and a cabinet is out of the question — hang small storage units (like mason jars!) from the walls to hold makeup brushes, cotton balls, and toothbrushes. Attach them to a slab of perfectly distressed wood, or get one .
As bathroom necessities change and evolve (Band-Aids, razors, and so on), keep 'em organized with these adorably accessorized mason jars.
Let your towels and delicates dry — without being on display. Install a combination shower-curtain rod and towel bar so items can drip-dry into your tub. (We mounted ours backward, so the towels hang behind the curtain.)
Rein in hair accessories with repurposed office supplies: A ring clip corrals hair bands; a paper-clip holder minds pins.
A laundry lingerie bag doubles as the perfect receptacle for your kids' foam alphabet letters, rubber ducks, and mermaid dolls. Just hang the bag from a suction cup hook somewhere in the shower stall so the toys can drip dry.
A shallow cabinet with sliding doors adds tons of storage in minimal space. Stick to two sets of towels per family member (assuming you do laundry once a week), plus two sets for guests.
If your cleaning habits haven't been up to par lately, try using this DIY bathroom cleaner.