Assign possessions to their own designated spaces in the bathroom. Be logical about how you assign this space.
You should also ensure that the space assigned for each item is in the correct proximity to the activity it is related to i.e. shower products should be stored beside the shower.
Don't be discouraged by a small bathroom with limited storage space. Even those seemingly unsuitable spaces, beside the toilet or under the sink, can become usable storage spaces.
Use clever storage units, such as those on wheels, which can be pulled out and pushed back in as required.
Wall space above the toilet is ideal for hanging shelves, as it will not hinder the flow of traffic in the bathroom.
Make sure bathroom storage units are non-absorbent, and easy to clean and tie in with the decor of the bathroom, so that everything looks uniform. Remember mixes of too many different colours can make spaces look busy and untidy.
Store small loose items such as nail polish or medicines away in clear boxes. Invest in some small stackable boxes that can be stored on your windowsill or on available shelf space.
Don't be a bathroom product hoarder, throw out any products that you have not used in the past month. Only keep products you use on a daily or weekly basis.
Towered storage units are ideal for small bathroom spaces. Look for storage units that are multi purpose. There are many storage units that house your toilet brush, have hooks for towels and also have shelving space.