Mrs Hinch shares a genius hack for keeping your bathroom tidy

This looks great!

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Mrs Hinch is well known for giving wise advice when it comes to making the most of your spaces. So it's no surprise she's come up with a genius way to create more storage in your bathroom. 

To make the most of the empty space underneath the sink, try popping in some wooden shelves that will not only provide somewhere to keep bathroom bits and bobs but will also add in an attractive addition, especially if you add in pots and houseplants (on that note, if you're looking where to buy houseplants online, we've got a great guide).

When it comes to everything from kitchen cleaning to decluttering the whole house, Mrs Hinch - aka Instagram star Sophie Hinchcliffe - is often sharing great tips on how not only how to make home improvements with affordable solutions.

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Alongside the picture of her immaculate bathroom, Sophie wrote, 'Bathroom Shoe Racks 😆 I think they deserve a place on the grid because I bloomin love ‘em 😂 I bought them on Amazon guys and I now have one in the bathroom, en-suite, and cloakroom!

'Genius or madness who knows but Jamie definitely thinks I’ve lost it! Have a wonderful evening everyone #homehinchhome.'

£25.11, Amazon (opens in new tab)

Tier Wooden Natural Bamboo Shoe Rack, £25.11, Amazon (opens in new tab)

This two-tier shoe rack holds between 6 to 8 pairs of shoes, trainers, boots, and other footwear.

Fans were quick to comment on how much they loved the idea, with one writing, 'Absolute bathroom goals!! I think it’s a great idea, to be honest. Jamie now has no excuse to leave his flip-flops everywhere.'

Another said, 'Such a great idea! They look like they are made for the bathroom!” wrote another.'

While another said, 'Absolutely beautiful. I love your hacks! Even if it was meant to be a shoe rack.'

Lauren Hughes

Lauren is the former Deputy Digital Editor at woman&home and became a journalist mainly because she enjoys being nosy. With a background in features journalism, Lauren worked on the woman&home brand for four years before going freelance. Before woman&home Lauren worked across a variety of women's lifestyle titles, including GoodTo, Woman's Own, and Woman magazine.