DIY Bathroom Floating Shelves Ideas – I have a small bathroom, and I’m always looking for ways to add storage. These DIY floating shelves are perfect!
They’re easy to make and will take up very little space on the wall. With these shelves, you can store everything from toilet paper and towels to your toothbrush and makeup. Check out how easy it is below:
Diy Bathroom Floating Shelves
You can use these shelves in any room, but we think they’re particularly useful in bathrooms.
With no studs or other obstacles to hinder your vision of the wall behind them, the floating shelves look great and make the most of the space available.
The diy floating shelf is easy to build and very customizable—you can make one any size you want!
It’s also a great way to add storage in a small room; there may not be enough hanging space for all your towels and toiletries, but there’s probably enough room on top of your cabinets.
And with some built-in organization, everything will stay neat and tidy!
These are a great way to add storage in a small room!
The first step is to pick out your studs, which are the wooden pieces that support the walls. A good way to do this is by using a stud finder and hammer.
Hold the level against the wall and mark where you want to make holes in the wall for your shelves with a pencil. Make sure that you’re not drilling into any electrical wires!
Once you’ve marked where you want your holes drilled, use a drill bit that’s smaller than whatever screws or nails you’ll be using (this will help keep them from going too deep into your drywall) and drill through each stud (make sure there are no nails between two studs).
Your shelves should now be safe from sagging when filled with things on them!
We hope that we have inspired you to make these yourself! They’re a great way to add storage in a small room, and they go well with any decor.
If you’re looking for more ideas on how to organize your bathroom, check out our other posts on diy towel racks, store-bought cabinets with built-in drawers and cabinets with doors for privacy. Happy building!