Has this ever happened to you before?
You are at a friend’s house and go to the bathroom. While in there, you notice that there is only 1 square of toilet paper left. And, ahem, you need more than only 1 square. So, you scan the shelves, counters, baskets, cupboards, shower…you search everywhere in hopes of finding a spare roll. Unfortunately, there isn’t one in sight. What do you do?!
Sorry. I don’t have an answer for that, other than to yell to your friend. (Hopefully they are loyal and won’t embarrass you for the rest of your life over this!) But here is what you can do. Prevent this from ever taking place in your home. Here are some creative suggestions for every bathroom style to display your extra rolls.
Proudly display your toilet paper.
This toilet paper tree is adorable and earthy, sure to match a bathroom integrated with natural elements.
Have a dreamy, white and gray bath? This concrete cloud holder is modern and light, and oh-so-fun!
Do your guests share a bathroom with your kids? No worries. This sheep toilet paper holder is sure to be adored by your children while giving your visitors a reason to smile, too!
Modern, straight lines, black and white. What’s not to appreciate about this simple, diamond toilet paper design? The beauty is that you could custom design a square or diamond to fit the space in your bathroom.
Have a lot of people who use one bathroom? Never realize you’re out of toilet paper until it’s gone? This is the ultimate multi-roll toilet paper holder for you! Think camp cabins, sorority house, church bathroom, kids bath, or vacation home.
Have a thing for giraffes? Like an animal-themed bathroom? Snag a long-necked giraffe to pile with a few extra rolls. Storage and design = bonus.
A fabric toilet paper holder will instantly match any bathroom design and never allow your guests to worry about where the extra roles may be.
Wicker, metal, plastic, wood. Select a basket that suits your taste and throw a few extra toilet paper rolls inside. Set it on the counter, floor, or back of the toilet, depending on the size.
Fun, light-hearted, and unique bathrooms are sure to enjoy this birdcage toilet paper holder. It adds character and functions for storage, too.
Low on space?
Behind the door is prime space, but seems like an odd place for toilet paper. Simply combining a long ribbon with a pencil creates an instant ribbon toilet paper holder that hangs perfectly from hooks.
A magazine holder fits behind the toilet, next to a cabinet, behind the door, you name it. It’s slim design makes the magazine toilet paper storage container an easy and inexpensive idea.
Similar to behind the door, above the door is also a common area of wasted space. Place a single shelf above the door to store and display additional rolls.
It’s time to get a little crafty with your breakfast. Recover your large oatmeal containers, which are surprisingly the exact size of two toilet paper rolls.
Every time that you replace those spare TP rolls in your bathroom, your future guests are thanking you already. We all use toilet paper, and we all never want to run out without extra! Pick a fun way to store the extras and never worry again!