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The seven best clutter-cutting bathroom storage ideas for 2020

MAXIMISE every inch of precious bathroom space with these nifty storage solutions.

We’ve rounded up a list of innovative bathroom storage products to help keep your bathroom stylish and clutter-free.

Make the most of your bathroom space by first giving your existing storage a good purge, using up or throwing out things that are no longer needed.

Next, look creatively at any additional space you have available – under the sink, behind the door, on a windowsill, next to the loo – and see if you can squeeze some storage into it.

Our list of bathroom storage ideas should give you some inspiration.

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1. Orimade

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If you’re fed up with kicking over shampoo bottles on your shower floor, then this wall-mounted caddy is a quick fix – and you don’t even need a drill to install it.

Made from durable, rust-proof stainless steel, it’s easy to mount on tile, marble, glass and even smooth metals, using the power adhesive supplied.

With plenty of room for bottles and hanging space for face cloths and sponges, it’ll keep your shower cubicle neat and tidy.

2. Songmics

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You’ll find storage space in places you’d never expect with this smart narrow storage unit from Amazon.

With four deep drawers offering an amazing 28 litres of storage space, it squeezes into tight spots (that awkward bit between the bath and the loo for example) and looks rather good too.

The unit is made entirely of plastic, so there are no metal bits to go rusty and it’s easy to clean.

3. H&M Home

Currently receiving rave reviews on the H&M website, this handmade woven seagrass basket is as stylish as it is practical.

Tall and narrow, it’s ideal for squeezing under the sink and the handle makes it easy to carry to the washing machine.

The basket is fully lined in cotton fabric to prevent snags to your clothing.

4. IKEA

A classic design, this cabinet has two mirrored doors and adjustable deep glass shelves inside, offering plenty of space for all your bathroom bits and pieces.

Also available in brilliant white, it's a simple solution if you’ve space above your sink.

5. Argos

A great storage option for cloakrooms which tend to be a bit pokey, this nifty under-sink shelving unit is designed to make the most of the dead space around a sink pedestal.

Keenly priced and with plenty of room for towels and toiletries, it could sort out your bathroom storage woes in a couple of hours.

6. Dunelm

Dunelm’s Insta-famous £10 bath rack is back in stock and ready to turn bathrooms everywhere into luxurious hotel spas.

Now available in natural bamboo, white, light grey and dark grey to coordinate with every bathroom colour scheme, it’ll add extra space for soap, shampoo and a wine glass if you so choose.

7. Wayfair

This over-the-door towel hook from Wayfair is a hassle-free way to add extra hanging space to your bathroom, without knocking any nails in.

Made of polished chrome, it will fit doors of up to 40mm thick and looks super-smart even when there’s nothing hanging on it.

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