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15 Lifehacks For Your Tiny Bathroom

15 Lifehacks For Your Tiny Bathroom
2. 1. Add a frame to your basic mirror. A happy bathroom combines design and functionality. Framing your mirror quickly updates the feel of your itty-bitty bathroom. Use molding and paint it whatever color you like best, or use basic trim if you’re not into the traditional look. Step-by-step instructions here. 3. 2. Two Bekvam spice racks fit all of that stuff you use everyday (or think you’ll use everyday). 4. 3. Some of us aren’t lucky enough to live without roommates, so when the germaphobe in your life insists on their own hand towel, hang up coat hooks to keep things organized. 5. 4. When you only have one cabinet, you have to maximize that tiny space. 6. 5. This bathroom hack’s been all over the internet, but it’s so useful we couldn’t pass it up. 7. 6. This comes from the brilliance of reddit. 8. 7. You probably won’t want to store your most-used items up here, but you could put extra towels, cleaning supplies (elegantly tucked into a pretty bin), or old magazines up there. 9. 8.

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