Between your blow dryer, hair straightener, curling iron, round brush, paddle brush, and teasing comb; bathroom counter space comes at a high premium and practical storage solutions are key. Here are 7 bathroom storage ideas to help you keep your hair tools under control and within reach.
1.Organized Right on the Counter
Using a holder that sits right on the counter ensures that your hair tools are always well within reach but eliminates chaos by giving them their very own designated spot on the counter.
Tower Hair Accessory Holder by Urban Outfitters
2. Tucked into the Cabinet
An over the cabinet caddy gets the hair tools off the counter and helps keep your bathroom organized by getting rid of cords that would normally be strewn across the counters.
Various designs from The Container Store
3. Inside a Drawer
Vertical drawers are a great place to store hair tools. They’re the perfect height for keeping the tools upright and they leave room for wrapping cords around the tools, keeping everything organized and manageable.
Vanity grooming rack (VGC) by DURA Supreme Cabinetry
4. Pegboard Cabinetry
Installing a pegboard inside the cabinets of the bathroom allows for endless customization possibilities and allows you to create configurations that perfectly accommodate each of your hair tools.
Moon Hill Bath Project by Zero Energy
5. Hanging In A File Box
By hanging a heat resistant file box on hooks, you can create a perfect storage solution for your hair styling tools. You won’t have to worry about things getting too hot, your counters will stay clutter free, and your hair tools will always be within reach.
6. In A Hanging Caddy
You’ve likely already got a towel rack for your hand towels, so why not make it work double duty and hang a caddy on it as well to keep your hair tools organized and out of the way.
Style Station by Polder
7. Hide Them Away In A False Drawer
Turn that non-functioning drawer into something useful by converting it into a hair tool storage spot. For convenience sake you can get all the necessary pieces in a kit.
Vanity Valet Secret by Pojjo
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