10 Genius Small Bathroom Organizers Under $25

One of the biggest challenges of a little apartment is a little bathroom, and one of the biggest challenges of a little bathroom is: where do you put all your stuff? Since storing things in a small bathroom can sometimes seem a bit daunting, and organizers for little spaces can sometimes come with big prices, we’ve rounded up 10 super-helpful products for your little bathroom that will set you back less than $25.

This playful wall-mounted organizer has a mirror and plenty of spots for bathroom necessities.

At only nine inches wide, this little cart can fit into the narrowest of spaces, like the spot between the toilet and the sink, or the toilet and the wall. And you might be surprised at how much it can hold. (If there isn’t room in your space for a 9″ cart, this one is only 7 inches wide.)

These mesh drawers are a genius way to make more space in your cabinets, but also keep things easy to access.

This little organizer attaches to glass or tile, and holds your toothpaste, a toothbrush, and a razor to keep your countertop clutter-free.

I have one of these in my little bathroom, and it’s a great way to store your hair dryer and keep it within easy reach.

This three-pronged rail means you can hang lots of towels in a little space.

The price is right on this petite shelf unit, which is small enough to tuck into a corner but big enough to hold quite a few bathroom necessities.

This wall shelf serves double duty – you can stack towels, or other bathroom necessities, on top of it, while hanging towels on the metal rails.

These storage boxes are perfect to coral bathroom necessities, and the lids make them stackable, too.

Renters often find themselves needing temporary solutions (i.e. nothing that’s permanently attached to a wall or cabinet). Enter the over-the-door hook or hanger. You can add a few to hold towels or pajamas.

Makeup Storage That’s as Pretty as Your Makeup.

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