Creating more storage space in a rental bathroom shouldn't mean crossing your fingers and asking your landlord to make major changes. Instead of taking matters into your own hands and forgoing your rental deposit altogether, go vertical with your storage
by mounting wall shelves and cabinets. Just patch up the holes before your exit and you're good to go! Not sure where to look? Check out our list of buy or DIY bathroom organization solutions that you can totally pack up with you for the next move.
Modern Bathroom Organizer:
No proper vanity? No prob. This clean, modern organizer features a shelf for your favorite products and small leather pulls for hooks and small towels. (via Paper & Stitch)
Urban Outfitters Drawer Floating Shelf ($29):
This small shelf holds smaller cosmetics and everything else that deserves its own special place. Pro tip: This piece doesn't come with hardware, so make sure to grab some before attempting to install.
Towel Rack and Shelf:
Rentals usually feature less-than-stellar hardware. Replace that meh
towel rack with this minimalist shelf/rack combo. (via The Merrythought)
Hidden Medicine Cabinet:
If your bathroom doesn't already have a medicine cabinet (or you need another spot to house all of your skincare products), this DIY storage is tucked away behind some framed art, making it the ultimate multi-tasking decor. (via A Beautiful Mess)
Floating Plant Shelves:
Whether you don't have the counter space for your indoor plants or you'd rather place them on the wall that gets the most natural light, these adorable shelves are a cinch to install. (via Fall for DIY)
Anthropologie Brass Arrow Cabinet ($288):
Looking to store (and showcase) your prettiest products? This cabinet offers a bit of both — and we're obsessed with the metallic arrow detailing.
West Elm Shape Wall Shelf ($239):
This round shelf is part art, part storage piece. Stash your hand towels or small skincare and beauty products on the shelf.
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