Urban Outfitters has been pulling out all the stops when it comes to homewares lately. When we set about the task of looking at the retailer's newly dropped items this week (not really a chore, is it?), we were thrilled to see plenty of storage options for one of the lesser considered rooms in the home — the bathroom.
We don't have to tell you that storage is an essential part of bathroom design, particularly when said bathroom has minimal square footage. Getting clever with the products you choose is essential for making the most of the space. Keep scrolling to shop the 10 small bathroom storage ideas that we're eyeing in the new Urban Outfitters home catalog.
We've waxed poetic about the Japanese home organization brand Yamazaki before and we always keep an eye out for new products from the brand. Take, for instance, this rolling storage cart that can be tucked away into narrow corners and rolled out when needed. With three shelves, there's plenty of room to store all of your bath time essentials and even a couple of bathroom lovin' plants.
Sometimes you just need a place to stash small odds and ends. This mango wood floating shelf also boasts a drawer for storing everything from bobby pins to skincare samples. We think it would make an ideal addition to a guest bathroom, where you can pop a small mirror on top and some sample-size products inside for all the hotel vibes!
Woven baskets are perfect for storing laundry, towels, and anything else you might want to hide. We spotted this seagrass basket and were impressed with the dual side handles and large capacity. *immediately adds to cart*
Store all of your bathroom essentials in this shiny gold metal cart and take it around the bathroom with you. A little touch of luxury will help bring a bit of glam to your spa-like sanctuary.
Organization in a bathroom can go out the window before you've even had time to run a bath. We're all guilty of repurchasing moisturizer and scrubs without checking the cupboards first. These clear lidded storage boxes will help you bring order to your beauty hauls and look pretty chic, too.
A full-length mirror in the bathroom seems pretty opulent, so when we saw this leaning mirror, we were pleased to see that it also combined five rungs for hanging essentials. It's low-key, boho, and functional.