Toilet closet makeover! Painted back wall navy and the rest of the walls a slightly darker shade of khaki/tan than the original color. Added dark brown floating shelves to incorporate my bronze bath accessories. The wall that has the door has about a foot left over on the left side. I placed the trash can there and attached a dark wicker basket on the wall to hold magazines and febreeze bottle.
~Hanging basket = bathroom trash can~ I hate all options, I've tried many. Anything sitting on floor gets dusty + yucky. This basket handle works well to 'hang' AND to 'wrap' grocery bag handles around. (Down side? Have to have tucked away a smidgen as you don't want your trash to be viewed as your attempt at cute!)
Bins That Win: Nine Clever Ways to Hide Your Trash Can
The Outdoor Planter Let’s take a walk outside for our last shining example. Options abound here , but we’re particularly fond of this one. This isn’t just a way to hide your garbage can, it’s also an adorable little garden! And really, not much can beat that. With this option available, you might have a hard time settling for just hiding your trash can when you know it could be an awesome decorative planter, too.