Put cabinet doors to work.

Don’t neglect the back of your cabinet doors. Keep flat irons, blow dryers and brushes at hand and out of sight in a space-saving bin.

Throw a Lazy Susan under the sink.

Find the surplus shampoo without knocking over the cleaning wipes by storing bottles on a Lazy Susan. Plus, you can see what you’re missing in a glance before going on that Costco run.

Double up on rods.

Instead of cramming conditioner on the tub edge, outfit the shower with a second rod near the wall. S-hooks keep loofahs and small caddies out of the way (and not falling all over the place).

Stack your shelving.

Create storage where there once was none by adding some height. These stacked shelves come together cheaply with only a few materials.

Try inverted brackets.

Or, install shelves with inverted brackets for a sweet look that also helps wrangle loose items, like a pile of towels.

Install secret shelving.

Surprise! This DIY full-length mirror is meant for much more than an outfit check: It also hides a wall full of bath supplies.

Put sliding drawers under the sink.

Take advantage of all the room under your sink (and save yourself some stooping and reaching) with sliding drawers.

Stack bins big and small.

Or, stack bins to use up every inch of your cabinet’s height — and save space for organizers hanging on the backs of the doors.

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Bring on the baskets.

Uniform hanging baskets add polish and hide not-so-pretty bath item.

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