1 of 20 Antonis Achilleos
Old wooden crates make smart holders for extra toilet paper and rolled bath towels.
2 of 20 Ellen Silverman
Turn an unused nightstand into storage for small towels, makeup, hair tools, and toiletries.
3 of 20 Jonny Valiant
A sink skirt hides a multitude of sins. You can easily make a no-sew one from a pretty bedsheet.
4 of 20 Jonny Valiant
When your tub lacks wide ledges where you can stow your bath products, hang a multilevel fruit basket for additional space.
5 of 20 Annie Schlechter
A shelf rack with hooks is an ingenious answer to the storage problem posed by smaller spaces.
6 of 20 Jonny Valiant
Separate cosmetics by category―lip colors, shadows, blushes, etc.―and store them in small drawer organizers that you can easily rearrange.
7 of 20 Hallie Burton
Make a long soak even more luxurious with bath salts, lush towels, and aromatic candles within easy reach.
8 of 20 Monica Buck
Think of an unused sugar bowl as a decorative container, perfect for cotton balls and Q-tips.
9 of 20 Victor Schrager
Something as simple as an over-the-tub wire rack devoted to bathing goods adds a nice touch (and extra convenience).
10 of 20 Mark Lund
It is possible to keep toiletries looking neat on a bathroom countertop, with the aid of odds and ends like unused, mismatched serving pieces.
11 of 20 Jonny Valiant
A woven basket holds an ample supply of toilet paper, eliminating the need to hunt when you’re down to the end of a roll (your guests will thank you).
13 of 20 Sang An
A retractable mirror is a practical solution on walls that won’t allow for a conventional mirror.
14 of 20 Mikkel Vang
Bedroom, yes. Living room, of course. But a bouquet of flowers in a bathroom feels especially unexpected. Even a small vase of yard-cut greens adds freshness to the room.
15 of 20 Victor Schrager
A perfumed tablet of preserved cranberries and orange slices adds a delicious note when slipped into a vanity drawer.
16 of 20 Victor Schrager
A calming color on the walls―like this rich blue-green―gives the room a sense of tranquillity.
17 of 20 Luca Trovato
One lower-cost solution to old bathroom tiles: Blunt the behind-the-times feeling by painting the walls a complimentary color for a cheerful scheme.
18 of 20 Ellen Silverman
One attractive option for window treatments is faux-wooden blinds, which offer all the elegance of real wood and none of the worries of water damage or warping.
19 of 20 Tim Evan Cook