If you're tight on space — maybe you have a historic house, a cozy apartment or a powder room somehow impossibly tucked under the stairs — we've found a super-slim bathroom storage solution that will fulfill your organizing dreams. Ideal for awkward spaces, the Small Bathroom Storage Floor Cabinet comes in at less than 6 x 7 inches, so it's compact enough to fill in the tiniest of gaps in your tiny bathroom.
The piece is typically $40 but thanks to a sale price and a 25% coupon added on top, you can score this treasure for just $27 (we love a double discount!) and have it in a jiffy (with free shipping) thanks to Amazon Prime. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And even those without Prime get free shipping on orders of $25 or more).
Buyers are thrilled with the genius product, and we're here to give you the skinny on this skinny cabinet. Read on!
There's a bevy of reasons why this No. 1 bestseller gets thousands (we're talking over 15,000) of flawless ratings, like this one: "It’s perfect for our small half bath with no original storage — now we have a convenient place for extra TP, soap, cleaning supplies, etc. One of the best Amazon purchases I’ve made!"
Yep, you can scrap that toilet paper stand that's taking up precious cargo space. This cabinet has a clever little drawer for easy install, while hiding the in-use roll with class. Pull the paper through the slot like a tissue. Pro tip: Add that hotel touch and fold the edges so it's exceptionally inviting to tug on that paper!
We recommend you spring for the good TP to enhance the experience. You deserve this treat!
Open the door and you have room to store additional rolls. Perhaps this serves as your new toilet paper stand with nothing but luxurious back-up rolls in your massive bath, but we have other ideas...
Air freshener? There's room for that. Oh, and a bottle of toilet bowl cleaner so it's always on hand. Wipes, check. Back up hand soap, yup. Now you have everything you and a guest may want, right at your fingertips and all from the comfort height of the porcelain throne — it stands 31 inches high for easy reach of that indispensable roll.
But wait! There's also a shelf on top, so you can place a little air freshener, a tissue box, something decorative or just leave it for what you really need it for — a place for your cell phone when you wash your hands. (Please do!)
Says a happy reviewer: "Easy to assemble, sturdy, perfect little TP holder, I put tissues in the top of mine. Love it. Super easy assembly too! Will be buying for other bathrooms."
Another raves: "Fit right next to my toilet in my tiny bathroom. I use it for toilet paper storage and the top shelf is great for a refresher spray or my phone. Was so affordable and looks very stylish."
Here's the reason why this is a real winner — it's made of PVC. That means it's waterproof, so if your only spot is between the toilet and shower, this baby will last you. Not like MDF which bubbles and buckles and quickly drowns itself until it's headed for the dumpster.
On sale for just $27, now's the time to grab this super-slim storage winner for every bathroom in the house. Happy organizing!
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