The only storage space in the bathroom was under each sink, and of course that area has plumbing right smack in the middle of it, and these three white shelves above the toilet which I assume they meant for towel usage but they were about 6" deep - not really great for towels. So the first thing I knew I was going to do in this space was add a storage cabinet above the toilet. It was slightly over 30" wide, which meant I bought a 30" cabinet and Bill slid it in there pretty much just barely. I like to get a good fit.
That's another one of my Goodwill mirror finds, by the way. It started out hideously gold and I fixed that right up. Let's talk about my towel storage tower. The cabinet above the toilet was originally intended to be for towels...and then I realized that we had no where to put medicines and bathroom cleaner out of the reach of a certain toddler. So I had to find another solution for the towels so that the hazardous stuff could go above the toilet. I found this shelf unit at Home depot; it's part of the Closetmaid line that hangs on their track system. I didn't want it to just sit on the floor but also didn't want it just to be floating in space either, so I headed over to lumber and picked up a couple of unfinished table legs and painted them bright white to match the trim.