55 Extraordinary Bathroom Storage Concepts Ideas For Your Bathroom


Perhaps the adage that says something like, the performance of a chore almost always takes as long as the time allotted for it, may likewise apply to storage: we tend to store things as long as we have some place to store them. Look at the clutter in your garage and you can see the proof. Even the wall storage systems that are supposed to hold only small items and tools may contain articles of doubtful use but are still there for quite some time now. The same is true with the small bathroom storage that makes the room look like a garage.

The most obvious solutions for this are naturally discarding the unnecessary items and re-storing the remaining ones. Throw away those you do not need, and retain only the ones you have some use for. Only you can decide which articles may be discarded without hurting your pocket and your feelings, but in storing the remaining items there might also be suggestions worth some attention. Two of these are movable racks and carousel storage.


Everyone is very familiar with vertical storage, those shelves and racks either on the wall or free-standing on the floor that look like skyscrapers inside warehouses and extensive garages. On their shelves are the myriad stored items, perhaps classified according to some systems or not at all, loose or in boxes, bins and other containers. Between these structures are passageways for item retrieval, either by a human or machine like a forklift or hand truck.

What to do when these shelves are full but no more floor space is available is the problem. The solution, perhaps, movable racks or moving storage. Put some wheels or casters (for lighter shelves and contents) under the free-standing shelves and racks and you can push them together when they are not in use, opening additional floor space for more storage racks. Much of aisle space within a warehouse or garage is only wasted when not in use, so utilizing this unused floor area by moving racks into them effectively solves much of the storage problem.

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