20+ Create Storage on Your Bathroom Wall

Is your bathroom in need of some extra storage space and all your stuff seems to be homeless in the form of a clutter? If yes then utilize the space of your bathroom walls and create storage right there. You can either build our own storage options or rethink some store bought objects. So, take a look at some really awesome bathroom wall storage ideas:

1. Install Some Chic Wooden Floating Shelves

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2. Make a Mason Jar Organizer with Mason Jars and a Slab of Lumber

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3. Rethink Some Window Boxes for an Organized Bathroom

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4. Make a Hanging Organizer from Cutlery Buckets and a Clothesline

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5. Re-Imagine Wall Planters as Bathroom Storage Containers

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6. Build a Hanging Bathroom Shelf in Just $10

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7. Mount Wicker Baskets on The Wall for Creating Storage Cubbies

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8. Re-Invent a Spice Rack Into a Bathroom Storage Rack

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9. Hang Wire Baskets from Metal Rods

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10. Build a Cabinet from a Reclaimed Window

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11. Rethink PVC Tubes as Wall Cubbies

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12. Add Extra Storage with Wall Hooks

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13. Rethink One or More Wine Racks for Towel Storage

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Just like you take care of colours while designing rooms of your house, you should also design your bathroom in such colours that will make it look chic and cozy. For this reason we have brought for you a perfect retreat of colour palette that is aqua tones. Aqua tones include tranquil colours of light blue to sea green; every colour that comes in between. So have a look at these bathrooms that are designed in aqua hues

14. This bathroom is having its walls in pale greenish tone. The shower cubicle is having tiles in fresh sea blue colour. The whole ambiance is truly magical.

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15. This bathroom is filled with the tranquility of light blue. The wall and the shower cubicle both are having blue tiles looking as fresh as water in the sea.

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3. Image Source: Jami Carlton

16. This one is another whimsical bathroom that is having light blue walls looking so refreshing. This bathroom will be so soothing to eyes specially in the summer season.

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4. Image Source: Décor Line

This bathroom has pale bluish green tiles that are awesomely blended with a greyish bathtub and a lush green plant. With this a skylight is a sublime addition.

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19. This bathroom is designed in aqua and white tones. The bath tub is in blue and half upper wall is also blue. Bath time will be fun time in this bathroom.

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6. Image Source: LA Builders and Remodel

20. This bathroom is having sea green tones. The wall is is one colour added panels in ombre sea green. With this the silver planter and shower stand are looking fabulous.

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7. Image Source: House of Turquoise

21. This one is another great looking bathroom with two tones of pale sea green and light blue combined forming an enchanted bath area.

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8. Image Source: Ogwa Fisher Architects
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