Do you happen to be looking for toilet storage elements? In the end, you can feel free to buy one of these space savers. As a matter of fact, there are hardly any compilations that would include so many interesting solutions. So are you ready to make a final choice?
Storage and Organization Over the Toilet Cabinet
This well-conceived shelf on the toilet is a great solution that allows you to save extra space for storage. It has a cupboard and shelves so that you can put it up towels or toilet paper.
(I like the built in storage behind the tub/next to the toilet) (contemporary bathroom by Toronto Interior Design Group)
Bathroom Design, love the pendent light and the lights behind the mirror.
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green, beachy bathroom
Use the space behind a toilet. PVC or galvnised pipe can be used to make a trendy shelf unit
i like the wall of storage behind the toilent and sink. i think this would be even better with a mounted shower and drain vs. the tub. Healthy Small Bathroom Design
34" x 38.5" Over the Toilet Cabinet
Cabinet designed for over toilet. Contains 2 holders for toilet paper and 3 storage lockers. The construction is made of wood. It saves space and increases the functionality of the bathroom.
This bathroom faces the bedroom with the vanity as the focal point and the toilet suite hidden behind a sliding door.
Bathroom under the stairs - this would be great if the bathroom is close to the stairs - why not use that space!?
Put a half wall behind the sink.. creates a shelf to set things on AND a place for the plumbing (in case the wall doesnt have enough room?)
recessed towel storage (12" deep) above the toilet. No doors.
you can buy this on amazon, but why not just build it yourself in between some studs? smart instead of having it behind the toilet - who likes to look at THAT? not me i tell ya, not me.
Check out this huge armoir, lots more storage for this customer. The half wall provides more privacy around the toilet.
like the chair rail behind toilet and floor to ceiling subway tile
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Aprile Kitchen in white corian by Piero Lissoni | Boffi
Wasted space above the toilet? Try this DIY built-in bathroom shelving to add some stylish storage. And, it only costs around $25.
I like this idea...but I'd really only need one to put behind the toilet for some toilet paper maybe :-)
Great in a small space
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Built-in open shelves at either end of this tub make use of dead space behind the wall and offer a convenient spot for stashing towels and bath accessories. | Photo: Wendell T. Webber |
I took an old oak cd/dvd shelf, removed the bottom & discarded, removed the back wood panel and cut about 8" off (to make room for the toilet plumbing), sprayed panel with adhesive, covered with fabric (I fell in love with this print), and nailed fabric-c
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Small Bathroom storage options, love the woven basket behind the toilet, or using that area for a mirrored tray for perfume and pretty containers
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Don't like the wall color but like the idea of putting a large picture behind the toilet and the storage on the side wall
Great storage behind the toilet!
Hang your toilet paper rolls behind the bathroom door for extra space and out of sight.
Clever storage behind the bathroom door. Could do that in a non-attic room also.
Who knew the shelf that goes behind the toilet was called an Etagere? I need one. 61.5hx25.25wx8.5d.
Dark Tiled Bathroom, Vaucluse House in Sydney, Australia by MPR Design Group
country bath storage ideas. I like this, but not behind the toilet
Bathroom, Ensuite or Guest bath. Rustic, distressed reclaimed wood and natural rural country home design. Our Executive Realtors at Century 21 in Vernon will find the perfect property for you to design this amazing space.
LittleDiggs: A Functional 182 sq ft Studio. The article says 128 sq ft, but in either case, this is a lot of lovely function packed into a tiny space. Photos and floor plans included.
Kittie's Tiny Tudor City Triumph:Renovated bathroom, had back of toilet submerged behind wall to save space. I love the towel storage.
For maximum storage benefit the false wall has been used to create alcove shelves and behind this full-length mirror is hidden storage. The funky heated towel rail discourages wet towels being left on the floor.
concrete-esk counter. i love the nook behind the toilet with the grass.
"The kitchen: The original tiles behind the stove are a reminder of the building’s origins. The units-from Howdens (howdens.com) & were spray-painted locally...Storage jars are from Do South in south London (020-8771 0500), & the Newmaid Castware alumin
I like the idea of running a small ledge the length of the wall behind the sink & toilet - eliminates need for vanity; can have a sleeker pedestal sink (less $$), & incorporate some built in cubbies btwn sink & toilet maybe??
find pretty paper to put in the back of shelving behind toilet. SANITY FAIR: DIY
The bathroom, kept mainly in white and natural wood, is actually open to the main room, but tucked behind a wall for privacy.
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- space for storage or decorative accessories behind the toilet
Add a decorative touch to your home with a corner floor cabinetBathroom furniture features an espresso finishDecorative and stylish cabinet sits in the corner, hiding every day essentials behind a glass
Appliances behind doors....I like the fabric idea on glass to hide the appliances
Toilet tucked away discretely behind the bathroom joinery. House on Chilliwack Street by Randy Bens Architect