10 Bathroom Cabinet Ideas for Storage

Solve your storage challenges with these fresh bathroom cabinet ideas.

Every editorial product is independently selected, though we may be compensated or receive an affiliate commission if you buy something through our links. Ratings and prices are accurate and items are in stock as of time of publication.

1 / 10

Bathroom Cabinetvia @thecozyfarmhouse/instagram.com

Freestanding Bathroom Storage Cabinet

A freestanding bathroom storage cabinet is a versatile piece that can solve a lot of storage challenges. Use it for extra towels (like in this example from @thecozyfarmhouse), bath products or hair and makeup supplies. Because this cabinet features glass doors, it’s also an opportunity to display décor. Here’s where to snag a similar-looking cabinet.

2 / 10

Built In Cabinetsvia @its_a_nannas_life/instagram.com

Built-In Bathroom Storage Cabinet

If you have an empty nook or alcove in your bathroom, it might be the perfect location for a built-in storage cabinet, like this one from @its_a_nannas_life. Closed-door storage is essential in the bathroom to tuck away your more unsightly bathroom supplies while keeping the space tidy and clutter-free. Bonus points for the bold yellow color! P.S. You can try a bathroom cart to maximize storage, too.

3 / 10

Modern Boho Bathroom Cabinet via @farmhousetofrills/instagram.com

Modern Boho Bathroom Cabinet

Keep in mind, any cabinet can go in the bathroom if it’s the right size for your space. This modern boho cabinet with cane details might not typically be used in a bathroom, but as proven here by @farmhousetofrills, it’s the perfect piece! The combination of closed and open cubbies meet different storage needs, and the wood tone contrasts beautifully with the white vanity.

And here’s what experts have to say about the white bathroom trend.

4 / 10

Tower Bathroom Cabinetvia @houseproject_3/instagram.com

Tower Bathroom Cabinet

The storage cabinet in this bathroom by @houseproject_36 is actually three Besta cabinets from IKEA stacked into a tower. A tower cabinet is a good choice for tight spaces, because it can squeeze into an unused corner while providing lots of storage real estate.

Note: To be on the safe side, anchor the cabinet to the wall so it can’t tip over.

5 / 10

Over The Toilet CabinetVia Wayfair.com

Over-the-Toilet Storage Cabinet

Over-the-toilet cabinets have a reputation for tackiness, but the style options have come a long way. This freestanding over-the-toilet cabinet features a pretty ash gray finish and glass-paneled doors. Three rows of shelves give you extra storage without taking up any extra space.

6 / 10

Arched Bathroom Cabinet via @curiodesign.studio/instagram.com

Arched Bathroom Cabinet

This space by @curiodesign.studio proves that although bathroom storage space is a necessity, it doesn’t have to be ordinary. This bathroom cabinet is a true showstopper with its metal construction, arched shape and glass display doors. Thanks to its large size, you get a lot of extra storage capacity and, visually, a dose of drama.

7 / 10

Mounted Bathroom Cabinet via wayfair.com

Wall-Mounted Bathroom Storage Cabinet

Another way to add storage without sacrificing precious floor space: Install a wall-mounted bathroom cabinet. This cabinet features stylish wood grain, oil-rubbed bronze knobs and an adjustable shelf inside the two-door cabinet. Use the open shelf to display decorative items like a plant or candles.

8 / 10

Mirror Bathroom Cabinetvia build.com

Bathroom Mirror Cabinet

Mirrored medicine cabinets are nothing new, but this sliding door bathroom cabinet puts an innovative twist on the staple. The durable teak frame comes in four chic finishes, and the sliding mirror doors open left and right. Inside you’ll find three rows of shelves to keep all your toiletries and other bathroom necessities organized.

9 / 10

Locker Bathroom Cabinets via @huitlaguna/instagram.com

Locker Bathroom Cabinet

For unusual and stylish bathroom storage, think outside the box, like the locker cabinet in this bathroom by @huitlaguna. The closed storage is great for hiding clutter and brings a playful element to the overall design of the bathroom.

You can find used lockers, ready for a fresh coat of paint, at thrift shops or online sources like Facebook Marketplace. Or, here’s a similar gray locker from Wayfair.

10 / 10

Skinny Bathroom Cabinetvia @2thecrescent/instagram.com

Skinny Bathroom Cabinet

Take a page from @2thecrescent and turn even the smallest available bathroom space into storage with a skinny freestanding cabinet. Though this bathroom cabinet is slim, it still packs a lot of storage capacity with three open shelves and closed cabinet at the bottom. Use baskets to help hide clutter while keeping the shelves tidy.

Erica Young
Erica Young is a freelance writer and content creator, specializing in home and lifestyle pieces. She loves writing about home decor, organization, relationships, and pop culture. She holds a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Arizona State University, the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.