Making a DIY shower caddy can seem overwhelming at first, but when you break it down, it's really not that difficult. About 7 years ago, I took all my shower product clutter and organized it into a homemade rack using PVC pipe from the hardware store. Sadly I didn’t document the making process. However, there are a lot of other cool, cheap and smart projects out there you can do yourself.
If you add up all the clutter that happens in a bathroom over the course of a week, it can be ridiculous and embarrassing. Why let your hard-earned money (to pay the month’s rent) go to waste by piling your shower goodies into cluttered, unorganized piles? A homemade shower caddy will help solve this problem and keep you neat, organized and satisfied with life.
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1. Quick And Easy Shower Caddy
If you aren’t the type who wants to spend hours creating a shower caddy, then this is the right tutorial to check out. This technique can work for a standalone shower or anyother type of shower provided that there’s some space on the wall. For this tutorial, you will need an adjustable shower rod or a regular one, S hooks, and wire baskets with handle. If you already have a rod in your bathroom, you can skip getting another.
Hang the rod on your bathroom wall and then use the S hooks to hold the wire baskets on the rod. The process is easy and pretty much basic.
2. DIY Shower Shelf
I found yet another amazing shower shelf while doing research. This one is ideal for people who have bathtubs in their bathroom. The shower shelf gives room for placing things like your shower gel, a glass of wine and just about anything you want. It doesn’t take long to make this bathtub shelf and it would be an amazing addition to your bathroom space.
Who can make ths project? Any one can, you’ll need few supplies for the making process. Check out the video tutorial for more details.
3. How To Make A Shower Caddy
A cheaper solution maybe? This build is one of the quickest and easiest ways to build a shower caddy, especially if you are a student and need a cheap shower caddy. You’ll need a hot glue gun, cloth basket, elastic and some buttons. I love how the creator was able to create a unique pattern around the caddy. Feel free to create your own unique design. The full tutorial can be seen by watching the video tutorial.
4. DIY Corner Shower Caddy
Here’s a walkthrough video that’ll give you some inspiration on building a corner shower caddy, this type of caddy is perfect for bathrooms that have little or no space. With a caddy like this you can increase the storage capacity of your small bathroom. The process of putting this together isn’t difficult, after gathering the right materials, you should be done in no time.
5. How To Make A Shower Caddy
Isn’t this lovely? I found this shower caddy to be quite amazing. If you do not have much room in your bathroom, you need to move on from this tutorial. This caddy would definitely take some space in your bathroom, thus, not ideal for small bathrooms. For this build you will need One – 2 x 6 – Twelve Foot Treated Wood, Long Outdoor Screws, Pencil, Electric Drill and a couple of other tools. aprilgolightly
6. How To Make Your Own Shower Caddy
Sometimes it can be a tad bit challenging finding the right shower caddy that will fit all your many bottles. Regardless, with a little bit of planning you can resolve the challenge. The first step is measuring your shower caddy dimensions, this should be done with all your many bottles and potions in mind, cut and sand lumber, assemble the bottom of the shower caddy and other sides. The making process is amazing and easy to follow. Diy.dunnlumber
7. How To Sew A Shower Caddy
This particle tutorial shows you how to sew a shower caddy. This shower caddy can house up to six or more bath accessories. The best part is, you can use your favorite color to make this. I would go for black and white or maybe pink and white. What do you think, which color combo will you go for? Check out the full tutorialby clicking on the link below. Soseweasy
8. How To Make A Chic Bath Caddy
Some people like to keep it simple. Here’s a simple chic bath caddy that isn’t only easy to make but easy to install also. Depending on the measurements you decide to take you’d be able to store a couple of items inside the caddy, including your sponge. The making process is easy to follow and you will only need a few tools and materials. Hgtv
9. Gallon Jug Shower Caddy DIY
This is called a Gallon jug shower caddy, and you’ll obviously need a gallon jug for the making process, you’ll also need a pair of scissors, a marker and an x-acto knife. The process starts of with taking off the cap from the jug. Mark some areas on the gallon jug and use the scissors or knife to cut the area you have marked. The full tutorial can be seen in the video tutorial above.
10. How To Make A Bath Caddy
For this design, you will need a piece of scrap wood. It’s fine if you do not have scrap wood, feel free to ask your friends or just buy wood from a wood shop, you’ll need a small size and it should be cheap. This caddy features a book holder and a drink holder. You might need a few wood working tools for the whole process.
11. Walnut Bath Caddy DIY
This is yet another amazing design to try out, however, in this video tutorial the creator makes use of a power tool called the table saw, if you do not have this, you can check out other less complicated projects. The making process starts off getting a piece of lumber and then measuring your bathtub in the area where you’ll place the bath caddy. The creator does a great job of simplifying the whole process. Check it out!
12. How To Make A Bath Caddy For $10
Who says cheap caddies aren’t beautiful? For this tutorial you’ll also need to have a garage with power tools; hencethis guide is not for absolute beginners with no tools. This bath caddy has a cup holder and also a compartment for placing your smart tablets or book. You also have enough room to keep your shower accessories.
13. How To Make A Timber Caddy
How about a simple caddy? It’s not a must to add a cup holder or book holder to your bath caddy. You can keep it simple just like in the image above. However, you will need to process the wood so it doesn’t have sharp edges that could give you a splinter. You can make the caddy wider or smaller based on your preference. Bunnings.au
14. Razor Caddy For Shower
This here is a perfect caddy for your shaving sticks. I think this is a cheap and great method of keeping your razor in the shower. Yeah, it’s going to get wet from time to time, just remember to sun or dry it often. How good is your crochet skill? Doesn’t matter, the tutorial will show you how this was made. Instructables
15. Shower Bottle Caddy
Creativity at its best. Here’s an idea I should have thought about a long time ago. Think again before you recycle that old big plastic rubber in your kitchen. You can simply take off the cap, cut the bottom part, hang the plastic rubber on the wall of your bathroom and place stuff inside it. Simple and fast! Instructables
16. Quick Shower Caddy DIY
Here’s another way to use an old plastic bottle in your home. The fact is, there are many ways this can be done. You can even think of something else that’ll be better. My favorite part about this shower caddy is the jute rope holding the bottle. Find the full instructions on Instructables
17. Shower Caddy Gnome
For this DIY shower caddy, you will need to pay a quick visit to the dollar store and get an aluminum shower caddy and two mop heads. The process requires that you pull out the strands from the mop heads and use it to design the dollar tree shower caddy. This should take about 3 hours or less to complete.
18. DIY Storage Caddy For Bathroom
This is a beautiful storage caddy for bathroom has three stroage compartments which is ideal for a family of 2 - 6 persons. The making requires the use of a couple of power tools. Feel free to jump on this project if you have the tools, else, you can check out other amazing DIY shower caddy projects.
19. Personalized Bath Caddy
My favorite part has to be the book holder in the middle. This caddy is ideal for people with a bathtub. The making process involves cutting, shaping and sanding. The caddy has about 6 holes that make placing items like cups, shower gels and other bath accessories easier. Check out the full tutorial by watching the video.
Shower caddies can be expensive, but you can make your own for a fraction of the price. You’ve got a growing pile of shampoo, conditioner, and shower gel bottles on the floor or in the corner of your shower. This is the solution to increase your storage space, clear up clutter, and reduce trips to your bathroom cabinet so you can enjoy a relaxing bath.
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