Tidying up doesn't have to be about yet another plastic bin.
Forget your favorite dessert. This stylish cake stand elevates pretty canisters off of the bathroom counter to keep the space from feeling cluttered.
These add-ons will stop you from confusing your towel with another family member's (again).
No shelves? No problem. Use a few S-hooks to hang your loofa and shampoo caddy from a .
We'd say that this cheeky toilet paper holder is great for your kids' bathroom, but let's be real: We want one, too. Bonus points if you can steal the plastic, long neck dino from the playroom without getting caught.
These nifty makeup bins marry organization with serious style. Plus, they offer a glamorous pop that mason jars just don't offer (sorry, jars!).
Finally, a that's just as adorable as it is functional. Brushes store standing up , and excess water drains out of the elephant's trunk.
Sure, it's cute, but this vintage find also doubles as a towel holder and resting place for flowers or magazines.
This designed to hold toilet paper instantly transforms the usually not-so-stylish rolls into a clever piece of art.
Keep bath essentials (a candle, a good book) nearby when you're soaking — and add style to an empty tub when you're not.
This is the best way to ensure that cleaning essentials are easy to grab when you need 'em — just spin until you find what you need.
Chic and cheap, this DIY is perfect for anyone who wants to keep their shower color-coordinated and label-free. Plus, the handy pump means you can shampoo without even picking up the bottle.
A row of crates are more customizable than a static shelf — you can shift their alignment to fit any awkward space. Paint them in gold and white if you're not a fan of the rustic look.
Freestanding tubs are a design classic — but they're not much for storage. Outfit your bare shower space with that has drip-dry mesh pockets, perfect for storing everything from your body wash to your loofah.
Office supplies can hold a lot more than just papers. Here, a sorter helps stack washcloths high — a better use of the narrow space.
Because your bathroom isn't really tidy until your nose is satisfied, too. As soon as you make your first batch you'll be convinced this stuff isn't just for your grandma's guest bedroom.