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Put your bathroom walls to work (no drilling required)

01 October 2014

You can’t always change the bathroom you have – especially if you’re renting your space. And if yours is short on storage space, this idea is perfect for you.

A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality. A close-up of a white soap dish showing the suction cup functionality.

Forget cabinets – they take up too much valuable floor space. We used a combination of rails and baskets to store everything from towels to toilet paper in this bathroom – all on the walls.

The best part about them? They’re mounted with suction cups so they’re easy to put up – and easy to take down when it’s time for something new.

To keep things from feeling too cluttered, choose rails and baskets that are the same colour as your walls. And make use of small accessory containers, like a toothbrush holder, to organise all the small stuff.