24. Tank Top Space Saver
If you own as many tank tops as me, you may already know how many hangers they take up, not to mention how much rod space! With just a few shower curtains rings and a velvet hanger (to keep them from sliding), you can store those bad boys all on ONE hanger. I wouldn’t do this with tanks that wrinkle, but the cotton, long and lean type are perfect for this contraption.
25. Backsplash Storage
Instead of placing everything (coffee can, sugar, butter, salt & pepper, cork screw, etc.) on the counter, keep the space free and use your backsplash as storage! This idea was found over at No.29 Design by Christina. Go check out her before and after pictures, as well as where she got the hardware for this project.
Use your kitchen backsplash to store items that you use regularly.
26. Floating Vanity Shelves
Small counters and limited drawer space seem to be THE biggest problem in a small bathroom. Where are we suppose to put all of our brushes, lotions, and q-tips??
Take advantage of the wall space next to your vanity with floating shelves for all of the items you use often. Check out the details over at Graceful Order.