The bathroom is a sacred spot, a place where cleanliness, organization and a sense of style come together in intimate harmony. It’s also a place that deserves your focus on improving the quality, whether it be improving the smell, accessibility to certain items, or just adding a small visible aesthetic that elevates the mood. Whatever your reason, here are five projects that can improve the quality of your bathroom.

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1. Bathroom Ladder

Here’s a simple “ladder” that stands against the wall, offering a convenient place to hang towels or attach hooks to hold toilet paper. (source)


and here’s another


2. DIY Bathroom Hair Dryer Holder

If you’re like anyone else out there who has a hair dryer, electric toothbrush, and shaver laying all over the place you know how crazy it can get. Cords everywhere, just waiting to drop into the toilet and electrocute you to death. At the very least they’re getting in the way. Here’s a nice solution (source)

3. Pebble stone bathmat or doormat

This would be super awesome feeling on my bare feet, and I imagine it only costs $10 or less depending on what materials you have. Basically you get a piece of plastic, some hot glue and some rocks. Glue them to the plastic and boom, instant foot massage out of the shower. (source)

4. Multiple Mirror Layout

Want to make it harder to see yourself? No worries, it looks cool plus it ups the feng shui factor big time. If you’re getting older you don’t really need to see yourself as closely anyways, so the multiple mirror approach is actually a smart one.

5. Add some storage

You’ve got all sorts of things that need sorting, from toothbrushes to cotton balls and q-tips. Use this simple approach for a rustic, functional, and downright simple way to take care of it. It involes a piece of wood for a backing, some adjustable pipe clamps and mason jars.