Cabinet for Storing Toilet Tissue

This is more of a suggestion than a tip. I'm no graphics artist, so please forgive my crude and hastily put together picture.

I've seen a lot of tips (and controversy) about storing toilet tissue on ThriftyFun. Some were good, but I don't think any were truly ideal. I think it would be best if the tissue were stored out of sight and certainly not on any device or gadget sitting on the floor.

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I am suggesting a tiny, wall mounted enclosure to house the tissue. It should be light weight and easily mounted with only 2-4 screws. There should be enough bottom clearance so that cleaning the floor underneath would be no problem. It should be of a configuration that permits it to be placed within arms length of the commode.

It would be great if someone would consider the marketability of such a product. In the meantime, I can see this small, simple little cabinet for storing four or five rolls of tissue, as a perfect project for the weekend do it yourselfer. And who knows, those of a creative nature might find a tiny item intended for something else, the perfect thing for this purpose.

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January 26, 20150 found this helpful

I have used a wallpaper (or whatever way you would like to cover it) covered oatmeal container for many years. That way you can match any decor and it sits beside the toilet, not taking up much room. The rolls fit in perfectly (and you can also see who is cutting back) Use the plastic lid that comes with it on top and save another to put on the bottom. Paper is protected and it is easy to know when you need to refill.

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February 23, 20160 found this helpful

Smart and decorative. I like!

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January 21, 20170 found this helpful

Do put on your thinking caps, fellow members. We need more posts during these slow winter months.

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And LG, I am still waiting for that recipe from your husband.

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January 21, 20170 found this helpful

This is a great idea as I agree that paper should not be on the floor and I have never liked it "stored" in plain site either.

I believe that I have a small narrow wire shelf that I can cover with a curtain on a spring curtain rod with an opening in the center front or maybe something else. Anyway, this has given me the idea so I am off and running to try this out.

Thanks - your photo is the best description.

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