8 Surprisingly Chic Ways to Store Toilet Paper

Accessorizing with TP is now a thing.

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It’s a necessity in one of the most used rooms in the house. It blends in well with its surroundings, and when you run out of it, chaos can ensue. Though the humble roll of toilet paper might not get a lot of attention, it’s a crucial part of any household. Here, eight ways to elevate it (and store it) in your bathroom.

Love Triangle

The sleekest option around, we love the look of this geometric holder for bringing clean lines into the bathroom.

Ferm Living Black Toilet Paper Holder, $44.49


Kids and adults alike will appreciate this prehistoric perch for a roll of TP. Or you can buy a rubber dinosaur at your local craft store and spray paint in any color.

Dinosaur Paper Holder, $19.95

Double Duty

This tower not only keeps extra rolls on hand, but it comes with a tray to rest a book, magazine, or phone.

Yamazaki USA Tower Toilet Paper Stand with Tray, $33.44

Pipe Dreams

Where better to find a great idea for a simple DIY than your local plumbing supply store? Install a simple piece of industrial pipe for a fuss-free approach.

Clear View

Repurpose a tall hurricane vase for storing extra rolls in the powder room. It’s a way sleeker option than stacking them in plain sight.

Serene Spaces Living Rattan Cage Glass Vase, $41.99

Basket Case

A sleek wire basket perched nearby is a great way to keep multiple rolls on hand without drilling any holes into the wall.

Tie it Up

This minimalist string and peg design will look sleek in any modern bathroom.

Diabolo Toilet Paper Holder by Vandiss, $45

Glam Roll

When the Designlovefest team decides to upgrade a utilitarian item, upgrade becomes an understatement. With this DIY, you can turn a lowly toilet paper holder into a work of art for every style.

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Published on April 20, 2017