Tips for organizing a small bathroom

Note: This post in sponsored by Command Brand from 3M, but all opinions are my own. 

We have 2 full bathrooms in our new house. One is big and one is tiny. Today, I’m showing you some tips for organizing a small bathroom.

How to organize a small bathroom

The goal was to make it more user friendly and a little cuter. Here’s what I’m working with… I’m literally standing in the shower in this picture. It’s über small and really beige.

Organizing a bathroom

And here is a fancy picture from the bathroom door, looking into the shower. There are no shelves and the bottles have to live on the floor. No bueno.
Organizing a bathroom

Here’s what I used to solve the storage problem:

  • Command™ Brand Corner Caddy
  • Two Command™ Brand Multi-Hooks
  • Command™ Brand Large Shower Caddy
  • Command™ Brand Large Towel Hooks, depending how many towels you would like to hang – this project uses two.
  • One picture frame
  • Command™ Medium Picture Hanging Strips
  • Spray paint of any color (for the frame)

Note: Follow all Command™ Brand package instructions for proper surface cleaning and prep, adhesive strip placement and recommended weight claims. 

These large towel hooks are pretty awesome for bathrooms with no wall space for towel bars.

June 12

 

And this guy is a miracle worker for showers with no shelves!


June 2

Installing the Command™ Brand corner caddy is easy. The package comes with everything you’ll need. First, clean the area with the wipe.

organize a small bathroom

Then, attach the four mounting bases by sliding them onto the back of the caddy from the bottom until they snap into place.

June 3
Next, remove the red liners from the adhesive strips and press one strip to each mounting base firmly.  Remove the black liners and position and press the caddy against the surface for five seconds. For maximum holding strength, slide the caddy up to remove it from the base, and press firmly against the top, middle and bottom of each base for 30 seconds.  Since I installed it inside of the shower, I had to use the shower at least once and wait 24 hours before re-attaching the caddy to the surface

 

June 5Check her out:

Tips for organizing a small bathroom

 

Now, time to work on the space outside of the shower! I added lots of goodies to the bathroom door to maximize my space.

organize a small bathroom

I added two sets of Command™ Brand Multi-Hooks. One to the door for bathroom goodies and one to the wall for jewels! It’s easy to install, just follow the directions on the package.

June 6

And here’s the prettier, way more functional tiny bathroom:

June 10

tips for organizing a small bathroomDo you have a tiny bathroom? Have you used the Command™ Brand bathroom products? I’d love to hear…

If you would like to learn more about Command Products and see more ideas on how you can use Command Picture Hanging Strips in your home you can visit their web site – Command.com. Follow them on Twitter @CommandBrand,  Facebook, and Pinterest.

Comments

  1. Using the backside of the door is a pretty good idea! Thankfully my bathroom had enough wall space, although it’s really small… And I love the hooks in the frame! I definitely have to keep that in mind for … some day in the future ;)

    Love, Midsommarflicka

  2. wow. if this really works without damaging, i gotta buy some! we all need more organizing tools/help in the bathroom, i think. i sure do.

  3. Great tip on doubling the Command strips. I will definately share. =)

  4. Awesome Good stuff right here! Way to Work the Tape girl!

  5. terri Baker says:

    Awesome for a renter like me!! No marring the walls!

  6. Love 3m products! never thought of putting them on the back of the door! So gonna do this in my teen daughter’s bathroom! Thanks for the inspiration Jamie!

  7. Awesome! I love 3M products. I need to get my bathroom in order. Thanks for the inspiration!

  8. This is the cutest bathroom!

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