No matter how big your apartment is, the bathroom is still small. We don’t know who designs bathrooms for apartments, but they never feel big enough to function inside of. If you want a place to keep cleaning supplies, toilet paper, towels, and other bathroom essentials, there is certainly not enough room in a small bathroom. Thankfully, you can get creative in a tiny space when you find resourceful storage options.

We’ve already rounded up some great budget options for over-the-toilet bathroom storage. You can sort through ten different options that are between $20 and $90. If you’re looking for additional tiny bathroom storage options, we’ve got more for you.



Syntus Carousel Spinning Organizer, $18.99 Photo: Amazon


Do you not have one of those convenient medicine cabinets above your sink? They might not be pretty, but they are a great place to store pills, makeup, and skin care and grooming essentials. You can avoid sink clutter by getting this carousel spinner organizer.




Joseph Joseph EasyStore Toothbrush Holder, $11.88 Photo: Amazon


If you don’t have a ton of makeup or skin care essentials to organize, you can just get a little toothbrush holder that will fit a few brushes and some toothpaste. Don’t just let the toothpaste container sit on your counter, get it organized and out of the way.



Narrow Wood Floor Bathroom Storage Cabinet Holder Organizer, $79.99 (Normally $129.99) Photo: Walmart


Not everyone has a large linen closet. If you need a little extra room for your small bathroom needs, you can get this floor storage cabinet. It can slip in between the wall and your toilet, if you don’t have room above it.



Madesmart Large 2-Tier Organizer with Dividers, $19.84 Photo: Amazon


If the only room you have in your bathroom for storage is under your sink, you really need to make the absolute most of it. One little measly basket just won’t cut it. You can maximize that space with this 2-tier organizer with dividers. You won’t have to worry about digging around to find what you want, as you can pull these drawers of this organizer out to find what you need.



Simplehuman Adjustable Shower Caddy, $39.98 Photo: Amazon


Putting your shampoo on the ledge of your shower is just asking for bruised toe. Keep your feet safe during every shower by storing your shampoo, body wash, conditioner, face wash, and other shower products in this Simplehuman shower caddy.



Yamazaki Toilet Paper Holder, $24.98 (Normally $30) Photo: Huckberry


Got a lot of extra toilet paper that you want to put on display in your bathroom? It is a weird time for TP. This Yamazaki toilet paper holder will make that corner of your bathroom look extra classy. Plus, it has a good place to put your phone down so you can finish getting your business done in peace.




Mainstays 2-Shelf Bathroom Storage Tower with Hamper, $22.46 Photo: Walmart


If you need a place for your clean towels and your dirty ones in your small bathroom, you can happily toss both on this storage hamper. The two shelves work great for storing hand and body towels, or extra rolls of toilet paper.



Honey-Can-Do 4-Tier Metal Bathroom Shelf Space Saver, $26.77 Photo: Amazon


And, if you need at least one over-the-toilet option (check out our full list), you cannot go wrong with this one! This shelf is practically $25, but just a hair outside of that range. It is a basic over-the-toilet storage unit and being basic is totally okay. It has four shelves, so, you can squeeze as much as possible into four shelves if you need to.

If you live in a tiny apartment, your bathroom isn’t the only challenging space for furniture and storage fits. Check out our other coverage for small living spaces to get inspiration, like tiny kitchen tables, small bedroom furniture, and small living room ideas.

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Ana Suarez is the senior commerce editor for Hearst Newspapers. Email her at [email protected]

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