1. Set a Tray on Your Counter. Clean and free up counter space by corralling all your loose items on a stylish tray, like in this Los Angeles bathroom. That way, you'll know where everything is and you'll have more room to get ready in the morning.
2. Use a Vertical Towel Rack. If you don't have built-in towel racks, or need even more space to hang towels, add a ladder-style towel rack like in Tiffani Thiessen's bathroom designed by Kim Lewis. And you can get a little creative with the colors, so go for something bright to add a bold statement to your space.
3. Add a side table. An accent table can be used as a multipurpose piece in a bathroom. It can provide extra surface space, storage, and of course, it can add some personality to your decor. This table in a Lake Forest, Illinois, bathroom designed by Ruthie Sommers, is used as a place to store towels.
4. Install a Shelf. If you're short on floor space, why not look to your walls for a solution? Floating shelves will give you some extra storage and can be styled in a variety of ways, so it will work with any decor preference. In this Chicago bathroom designed by Summer Thornton, she added a few accessories and artwork to give the space more personality.
5. Store Items in Baskets. A pair of elegant woven baskets will elevate any space, like in this bathroom designed by TK. Use them to store towels, toiletries, and more.
6. Place a Stool in Your Shower. Instead of a boring shower caddy, a small stool can be used to hold shampoo bottles and soaps.