Window Boxes For Bathroom Storage


This little bathroom was in desperate need of a storage solution. These window boxes from Lowe's solved my storage problem perfectly! For more creative storage ideas check out my Creative Storage Ideas Clipboard: http://www.hometalk.com/b/712020/creative-storage-ideas
Using decorative hooks from the hardware aisle at Lowe's I secured each window box to the wall.
I used some metal number plaques I already had to dress them up a little.

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3 questions
  • Lna28631072
    on Aug 1, 2017

    Where did you buy the baskets?
    • Ida9464
      on Oct 7, 2019

      The baskets look expensive. Gotta use whatever I have.

  • Helen
    on Aug 7, 2017

    What did you use to attach the baskets to the wall?
    • Em
      on Oct 7, 2019

      Command hooks not Commander. And hopefully that is correct since it people seem to answer questions posed to the author of the post.

  • Cindy
    on Oct 11, 2019

    Gosh. I love this one, but don't EVEN UNDERSTAND. what's a window box?

    Where is it?

    • CJ
      on Feb 5, 2020

      Cindy, the baskets are called window boxes, planters designed to hold plants on a window, I assume these baskets were for setting potted plants in and placing on a window sill or shelf More durable boxes can be hung outside of a window. Outside window boxes aren't as popular as they once were.


      If you want to use her idea indoors, any rectangle shaped basket that gives you an appropriate size for your space, storage needs and is sturdy enough will work. Some comments have said to use Command Hooks to hang the baskets but it looks to me that this poster's hooks are mounted with screws.


      I tried the link to her website and received a message that it no longer exists, however many of her projects are still available.... I don't understand how that works but who cares, as long as you can get more info and ideas.

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  • Cassie
    on Aug 22, 2019

    Love this idea, it's great for small spaces. I am starting a bus conversion, a tiny home on wheels. And everything in a tiny home needs to be functional. This is great for storage in a tiny home. I'm thinking the bathroom and maybe the kitchen. This idea will come in handy and it looks great too...

  • Jennifer
    on Sep 10, 2019

    I am going to try it in one too which is toilet/bathroom and laundry

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