How do you typically store your bath towels? Personally, mine get folded up and shoved into our freestanding bathroom tower because my tiny bathroom doesn’t have a linen closet.
Despite my less-than-glamorous treatment of them, I actually love my bath towels (they’re these amazing ones), and I wish there was a way to incorporate the delicate blue linens into the decor of the bathroom. Space restrictions definitely pose a challenge, but it got me thinking—besides folding and stacking, what other ways are there to store towels, especially in a smaller bathroom?
As you can probably imagine, the internet geniuses out there have come up with a plethora of unique hacks to roll or fold towels, but what if what you really want to do is show them off? Here are four of my favorite methods—to store and display—that will change your bathroom for the better.
Even if you have a small bathroom like me, chances are you probably have enough room to place this Steel & Wood Leaning Ladder against the wall. Most people use this style of ladder to hold blankets, but how cute would it look draped with your favorite bath and hand towels?
Not only are the rungs the perfect place to hang towels of all sizes, but the wide model has a shelf at the top, as well! You could use it to hold all sorts of items, both decorative and functional, and of course, it’s the perfect little spot for a humidity-loving bathroom plant. Save the last rung for your bath mat too, so when it’s extra saturated it has a place to hang dry.
It can be tough to get folded towels to sit nicely on shelves (I speak from experience), which is why you need a product like this Interlocking Towel Organizer to keep them in place. They’re kind of like bookends, but for your towels! With these organizers on your bathroom shelf or counter, you can easily roll up towels and store them within reach, without worry of them rolling off the edge. Plus, you can attach several of them together, making room for as many linens as you need.
Sure, you could buy Command Hooks to hang up towels on the wall, but let’s be honest: they’re not the most stylish product out there. Personally, I’d much prefer a hook that looks just as good “naked” as it does when there’s a towel on it, and these Uni Wall Hooks fit the bill precisely.
These beautiful stoneware hooks can hold up to five pounds, making them ideal for both bath towels and hand towels. Plus, you drape towels over them, so the circular form stays visible as a beautiful accent in your bathroom.
If you don’t want to commit to a towel bar on the wall (or simply can’t put one up due to lease restrictions), this freestanding towel bar hanger is the solution you’ve been pining for. The slim metal design can hold up to five towels, yet it’s only 6 inches wide, so it will take up minimal space in your bathroom. Seriously, it’s so compact, you could even stash it away in a closet when it’s not in use—and you know how much we love space-saving storage solutions!