Not only is a diy ladder inexpensive, but it is also a creative way to add storage above your toilet without taking up too much space.
Over the toilet storage diy.
Just hang them at the right height and make sure that your display looks curated (or again, it may start to look messy!).
Make some diy floating shelves to go above the toilet for tissue and toiletries.
Repeat on both ends of the board.
Use a wood screw to attach the branches.
You can install the curtain rod to hang your towel right above the toilet and the baskets to store your toilet rolls or to put a decoration such as a green plant.
The most often neglected space is the area above your toilet.
When you have it, use a level to make sure the unit is straight and then draw a pencil line where the bottom will go.
You decide where the shelves go, how to space them and how much shelving you want to put above your toilet.
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Measure the width of the toilet room (mine was 40.75″) subtract the length of the shelves you want (i went with 32″) take the remaining number and divide it by two the number you end up with (for me, 4 and 6/16″) is how far you want the shelfto sit from each side.
Here are over the toilet storage ideas that will keep your bathroom organized.
This open space is the perfect place to create additional storage and decor.
As opposed to cluttering the bathroom essentials of yours around the basin of yours, bathroom cabinets have useful internal storage space in which you can effortlessly tidy everything away.
You can choose floating shelves, a single shelf or a whole shelving unit.
Of course, there are also options that offer a little bit of both.
The space saving unit's three wide slatted shelves provide a flat and stable surface area for towels, washcloths, bath items and decorative bathroom accessories.
I love this antique cabinet over the toilet in our first floor bathroom.
Have a helper hold the storage unit above the toilet to help you determine the correct height.