You probably heard that the average American lives in the bathroom for a full day. If you are like most people, you probably have even more free time than that. So, you probably have all of your bathroom necessities and tools in your hand. If you are lucky, that means that you are also equipped with a closet or a full bathroom storage space. Well, what if you have an over- door bathroom? Then there is that little problem of what to store in your bathroom.
That’s where our new “over door” bathroom storage invention comes in. Now with the over door, you can store things in your bathroom that you can’t get in your bedroom. So, if you have an over door bathroom and have a closet, you can put your bathroom-related supplies there. If you have a full bathroom, you can use it like a closet and store whatever you need there.
Of course, you can also store things in your bathroom that you can’t get in your bedroom. You know, things like toilet paper, soap, toothpaste, toothpaste remover, and a bunch of other nasty things. All you have to do is take your toilet paper, soap, and all the other items you could use in the bathroom and stuff it in your closet.
And then you can take the rest of your toilet paper, soap, and toothpaste, and leave them in your bathroom.
So, if you are like me and like to store all kinds of things in your bathroom, this bathroom storage idea might be worth a look. And in the future, you might just have to put your own toilet paper, soap, and toothpaste in your closet.
Yes, this is an ugly idea, but it is one that I thought about when I was in college. That said, I’m going to pass this on.
There are pros and cons to both of these bathroom storage ideas, so I’ll have to leave it up to you to decide.
First, you probably want to consider how you will be storing the items. If you have a built in cabinet or a drawer, you can probably leave everything in there, or perhaps just lock them up in some way that won’t be accessible to the kids. But if you have a door that will allow you to see the inside of your bathroom, you might want to consider installing some sort of blinds or some other barrier to make sure no one can sneak in.
Or maybe you want to consider what you will do with the items once they are all installed. For instance, do you want to store them in an organized fashion, or would you rather leave them for someone to find and claim? Or maybe you want to store them in a way that is unnoticeable, or maybe you want to store them in a way that will be less of a security risk.
One thing I’d recommend is to always store things where there are no windows, doorways, or other openings. You can add layers of insulation to the sides of the storage area and in the roof to help prevent anyone from sneaking in or leaving things lying around. You can also add a door-opening area to the walls.