Solutions on Toilet Paper Holders
Toilet paper holders have been of concern to homeowners for quite some time.
Add to that the small amount of storage space that's found in some homes and the dilemma is multiplied.
Although they are not as readily found as they used to be, these toilet paper organizers are the best to be had for the small space bathroom.
Whether you want your spare rolls in plain view or hidden from sight, there's a model that will suit your style as well as your needs.
Decorative BasketsIf you like the idea of decorative baskets. One simple way to store toilet paper in your home is to use decorative basket that will hold a considerable amount of toilet paper and drop them all in.
Baskets can be placed in various locations within the bathroom--on the floor, on top of the toilet and even on top of a storage shelf. Where it will be placed is where you think it will look best.
You can purchase a set on multiple baskets and disperse them in several locations around your bathroom or simply aim for one large basket to do the trick. The choice is yours!
Over-the-Tank Toilet Paper HoldersWhat more obvious solution is there, than to keep your spare rolls right next to the toilet? Simply lift off the tank top and slide the over-the-tank toilet paper organizer into place. Be sure that the holder does not interfere with any of the mechanisms that can be found in the tank.
This will rarely, if ever, create an issue but with today's numerous styles in toilets and how they are assembled, it's always a good idea to be sure.
Once the holder is anchored in place over the side of the tank, just drop in your rolls of paper into the unit and your storage problem has just been solved.
Guests and family members alike will never again be left wondering where the spare rolls are kept, because they will always be at hand.
Mountable Toilet Paper HoldersIf you don't want to leave your tissue refill rolls in plain view, you can opt to store them behind a cabinet door in a mountable toilet paper organizer.
The only thing you will want to be sure of is that the mounting screws are short enough that they will not go completely through a narrow door.
Just measure the depth of the door before you proceed with the easy installation instructions. There are easy solutions if this should be an issue. Just center the unit behind the cabinet door, secure it with the wood screws, and you are ready to use your holder.
Just slip four rolls into the top of the holder and as you need them, remove a roll from the bottom. Shut the door and no one will know where the spares are kept.
This will necessitate your being diligent in making sure that you have a sufficient amount of toilet paper to last the entire day or evening.
Over-the-Door Toilet Paper HoldersIf the depth of your doors are simply too thin for mounting with screws, opt for a toilet paper holder that hangs over the top of the door. This style is a good choice for renters and can still work nicely with landlords that have a "no-hole" policy.
This same style can work well for anyone who likes the savings there is to be had when they buy in bulk.
No one would ever think you would be able to buy in such large quantities but one ingenious designer stayed one step ahead of the nay sayers.
If the back of the bath door does not allow enough room when opened, just pick a door that does. A pantry door would be ideal if you happen to have one.
In a pinch, you can store the spare rolls on a bedroom, closet, or basement door. Don't miss out on the savings for lack of storage space. You can add all you need in a matter of minutes.
Freestanding Toilet Paper HoldersFreestanding toilet paper organizers seem to be the most difficult to find as of late. When you wish to keep spare rolls of toilet tissue on hand but want to avoid having them on display, freestanding toilet paper holders are the perfect solution.
Without costing a small fortune for their unique design, these canister models are not only useful but an attractive addition in any bath. They go well with just about any decor.
Your spare tissue rolls are hidden and yet the storage unit is obviously the place a person would find one if the need arises.
If you reside in a small home, apartment or condo and space is not something you have a lot of, any of these styles would work for you. Cleaning them requires nothing more than wiping them down with a damp cloth.
Being both space and work saving, they are the best there is toilet paper design and durability.