10 DIY Toothbrush Holders To Highlight Your Bathroom Décor

Everyone has a toothbrush and of course we need to store them somewhere, and a toothbrush holder is right what you need if there too many brushes. Plus it will help you to organize them and will add to your bathroom décor. If it’s a kids’ bathroom, then some fun idea will inspire them to brush their teeth more often. Let’s me share some cool DIYs to try!

Is your bathroom very tiny? No space for toothbrushes? Hidden away on the inside of the cupboard door, these toothbrush holders are easily accessible and removable if you need it. They are made of PVC pipes and decorated with colorful monograms.

DIY PVC pipe toothbrush holders (via www.craftingintherain.com)

DIY PVC pipe toothbrush holders (via www.craftingintherain.com)

This mason jar toothbrush holder is so quick and easy to make. Use the method of your choice to cut the chicken wire to the same size as the round lid portion of the two piece jar cap. Add in your toothbrushes and you are ready to add this to your bathroom.  Much better than a plain old toothbrush holder, don’t you think?

DIY mason jar toothbrush holders with lids (via www.thecountrychiccottage.net)

DIY mason jar toothbrush holders with lids (via www.thecountrychiccottage.net)

If you don’t have a lot of counter space in your bathroom, even something as small as a toothbrush can seem like it takes up a lot of room. Hanging a toothbrush holder on the wall helps to declutter your counter, or you can hang it inside the cabinet to hide them from sight. This holder is right like that: it’s a mason jar attached to a wooden plank, it maybe used not only as a toothbrush holder but also for makeup brushes and other stuff.

DIY wall toothbrush holder  (via www.amy-clary.com)

DIY wall toothbrush holder (via www.amy-clary.com)

If you need a place to rest your toothbrushes (or some pencils) than look no further! This piece works great if you are going for a clean geometric look. You can make any shape you want by simply taping cardboard together and pouring quick cement into your created mold. This is a fun and easy way to create a unique piece for your bathroom.

DIY concrete toothbrush holders (via www.hometalk.com)

DIY concrete toothbrush holders (via www.hometalk.com)

Create a statement with this quirky animal toothbrush holder made from a wooden figurine. Look for inexpensive wooden animals or other objects large enough to accommodate holes without splitting at secondhand stores. Such a piece will be great both for a kids’ and adult bathroom.

DIY quirky animal toothbrush holder (via www.bhg.com)

DIY quirky animal toothbrush holder (via www.bhg.com)

If you have a rustic or seaside bathroom, this toothbrush holder is right what you need because it’s a rope covered piece. It’s pretty easy to make and the result is cute!

DIY twine and rope toothbrush holder (via www.angiesroost.com)

DIY twine and rope toothbrush holder (via www.angiesroost.com)

What can be better than natural wood? It adds texture, brings a chic natural touch and is very green. Make a wooden toothbrush holder to add chic to your bathroom, it can be placed on the countertop or hidden into a cabinet.

DIY natural wood toothbrush holder (via themerrythought.com)

DIY natural wood toothbrush holder (via themerrythought.com)

Here’s an easy way to store your toothbrush. Simply recycling a large plastic cap and using a piece of velcro! This way you’ll save some space and the craft itself is really very simple. Get inspired!

DIY toothbrush holders using caps (via www.ohohblog.com)

DIY toothbrush holders using caps (via www.ohohblog.com)

This project is very simple, it barely requires instructions. It’s all about re-purposing the clutter in your house! Just take a usual box and turn it into a cool toothbrush holder that matches your bathroom décor! How? Read the full tutorial!

DIY toothbrush holder from an old box (via www.bonfiresandwine.com)

DIY toothbrush holder from an old box (via www.bonfiresandwine.com)

A natural birch round can become a nice toothbrush and toothpaste holder! It will give your bathroom a cool rustic look and is very easy to make – no special skills needed! You know how toothbrush holders get gunky when that moisture runs down them and then your brush sits in a pool of nasty? Well to be able to better clean I would suggest either painting or sealing the wood making it easier to clean in the future.

DIY natural birch toothbrush holder (via www.dreamalittlebigger.com)

DIY natural birch toothbrush holder (via www.dreamalittlebigger.com)

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