Small Bath Storage - Storage Above the Door. Add A Shelf Above The Door Another secret storage place you probably never thought of is the unused space above your bathroom door. You may think it’s a hard-to-reach place, but think twice. Isn’t it the perfect spot for storing chemical cleaners you want to keep away from your kids? By simply adding a shelf above your doorframe, you can boost your small bathroom as well as child safety.
This all-in-one wine tower promises to be the center of the party. Crafted of ash veneer with a warm charcoal finish, this tall storage piece provides airy and open shelves to rack stemware and provide easy access to barware and bottles. A drawer at midpoint keeps recipes and bar tools tucked away, while down below, a wine grid stows up to 16 bottles.
Learn how to build a DIY bedroom storage system. Great for a kids room!
When you open your cabinet do water bottles fall or roll out? These bottles can be hard to store, but you can use this stackable water bottle storage rack on a counter, or inside a cabinet or on a pantry shelf, to keep these bottles easy to grab and ready for use.
This simple DIY project is the answer to shoe storage in small spaces at the back door. It is also the answer for larger spaces where there is no closet to hide shoes or for people who simply like order in their lives. This DIY shoe rack is made from a stained board and coat hooks. Mount the board into wall studs and hang your shoes. You can do 2 or 3 racks like this.