The bathroom is one place that some of us ignore its organization. It is the place where we should keep our toothbrushes. Or do you stow yours in drawers?
Cruising through these 24 DIY toothbrush holders, you will not miss one or two that will help you keep your toothbrush safer and neater. You will have no difficulty trying to access it.
1. DIY Dinosaur Toothbrush Holder
Kids may have different tastes when it comes to toys. What if the kid loves animal toys? I think this dinosaur will impact too much joy.
The same children may have issues brushing their teeth. But there is a quick way you can get them to love doing this activity. You can place the toothbrush where they value it most. And anytime they think about the dinosaur, they too can brush their teeth.
You will need to acquire the dinosaur then drill a hole on it using an X-acto knife. The holder may hold just a single toothbrush. But you will have gotten a long-lasting solution.
2. DIY PVC Toothbrush Holder
You can craft anything you need out of PVC pipes. Least to say, these toothbrush holders.
To make some of them, you will need a PVC pipe cutter and a drill. You will not need to glue the caps to be easier to disassemble and clean the pipes.
The holes you drill will help you hang the holders on the commanding hooks. The tutorials are very straightforward, and anyone can make these fantastic toothbrush holders.
And if you like, you can label each holder with some stickers for easier identification.
3. DIY Twine and Rope Toothbrush Holder
I believe you have found this project from Angies Roost intriguing. Everything about it looks incredible.
Would you ever think that the previous toothbrush holder was a clear glass? But the creator wrapped a rope and twine on it to give it more character. The rope’s color was plain, but once you add orange yarn, the result is glowing.
The holder is quite spacious and can holder several toothbrushes and toothpaste.
4. DIY Concrete Toothbrush Holder
Did you know that you can as well use concrete to make a toothbrush holder? I, too, never thought that this could happen. But here it is now.
You may wonder how you can begin such a project, but the procedure is quite simple to follow.
You will need some sand, cement, and a few other stuff to come up with it. I love how the holder has three sections. You can store some other minor stuff apart from the toothbrushes.
5. DIY Bottle Caps Toothbrush Holders
And who cannot do this? It is simple, beautiful, and fun. If you have some bottle tops, they too can serve as your toothbrush holder.
These are bottle tops from 20-liter cans. If you have some, you can spare them for this project. You will need to use a cutter to cut a notch from each cap. Do not forget to remove the labels.
Since you will attach the caps on your wall using velcro, you can remove them anytime and wash them.
Spray painting adds uniqueness and style.
6. DIY Couples Toothbrush Holder
Here is a gift you can give to your partner. It adds an extra touch to your bathroom, and anytime your partner sees it, he/ she will remember you.
You may need some small computer skills to create one. But even if you do not know how there is a guideline for you.
After drawing and printing, you can attach the object to your bathroom wall using double-sided tape. It is a pleasant, loving, and memorable way to store your toothbrushes.
7. DIY Towel and Toothbrush Holder
If you already have a towel holder, you can maximize its use. Add another place to hold your toothbrushes.
You will need a ring clamp that you will use to attach your mason jar to the already existing rustic wood.
It is an elegant way to get all your bathroom stuff in one place.
8. DIY Hexagonal Toothbrush Holder
One thing about this hexagon-shaped toothbrush holder is that it is very spacious. You can store a good number of toothbrushes and toothpaste too. The corners are what enlarge the size.
You may try to make one. But if not, you can also acquire one at a very affordable price. You can paint it with any color that excites you. But the purple base is just outstanding.
9. DIY Test-tube Holder Toothbrush Holder
Looking at this toothbrush will, without a doubt, remind you about those school moments. It looks like a test tube holder. But here, we have made it to use it as a toothbrush holder.
You will need a small piece of plywood, drill, wood glue, and some clamps to finish the project. It is simple, and anyone that loves wooden stuff can undertake it.
And if you think that the holder may get access to water, you can add some self-adhesive vinyl pads at the bottom.
10. DIY Magnetic Toothbrush Holder
Add some magnetic touch to your bathroom using a magnetic toothbrush holder. It is easy TO complete the project if you have the right tools.
But, whether your toothbrush is big or small, you can be sure it is a convenient way to store them.
11. DIY Mason jar Toothbrush Holder
So, you have several mason jars in your house, and you wonder what to do with them. You can do several DIY projects with the jars but do not forget one or two for your toothbrushes.
And since it is plain, adding some style will make the jar more appealing. Some burlap and laces will add some unique fabric touch.
You will need some glue to attach the fabric to the jars. But to make it look seamless and natural, remember to stick the glue from the edges of the jar.
The jar for toothbrushes has a netted top; hence you access your toothbrush with ease.
12. DIY Fancy Glass Toothbrush Holder
You can make your brush holder fancy too. The curvy glass is what adds style and class to the holder. But if you do not have such a curvy glass, you can still use any available.
To hold the glass on the wood, you will need some old leather straps and nails. Your glass is secure, and you do not need to fear that it will fall out of place.
13. DIY Electric Toothbrush Holder
Having an electric toothbrush can be fun and unique. Anytime you need your toothbrush, you have to press a button. Quite interesting.
To make one like the one on the photo, you will need some woodworking skills and several tools. But if you are a handyman, you will find it so easy to follow these steps.
The disadvantage I see is that it can support a single toothbrush. So, if you have several toothbrushes, the holder may not be of so much help. But it is fun to have one around you.
14. DIY Creative Lego Toothbrush Holder
Can you imagine how awesome these Lego toothbrush holders would be in your kids’ bathroom? The kids will love it more since they can take in their creations.
The rainbow colors are so exciting. You can use any combination that you feel and still get it well.
Will the kids are not excited to brush their teeth once they see this stuff? If this has been a problem in your house, be sure this Lego toothbrush holder is the solution.
15. DIY Bent Fork Toothbrush Holder
It is somehow interesting to make forks hold your toothbrushes. But it is possible if you choose to be creative.
Maybe you ask, can I be able to bend a folk? But figure out what happens to the scooper when you scoop the ice out of an ice tub.
It is easy to bend the forks considering this video. However, you will need some tools like a wrench and a pliers pair to complete the project.
16. DIY Action Figure Toothbrush Holder
What an exciting way to keep your kids’ toys waiting in one place. If you have kids aged between five and eight, this can be a perfect idea to make them organize their toothbrushes.
You will need to create a hole in the middle of the figures. Then, screw the figurines on the kids’ bathroom wall.
Besides, you will need some superglue to stick the arms in a hug. The superglue has to dry first before inserting the toothbrushes inside. Otherwise, you will not blame toys if the toothbrushes fall!
17. DIY Melted Toothbrush Holder
Have you ever tried to kill germs in your toothbrush by dipping it in boiling water? I know the toothbrush may have disappointed you after melting and losing its figure. You are not yet through with it. You can still use it as your new toothbrush holder.
Immediately after removing the toothbrush from hot water, you will need to twist it several times to get some good coils.
Use glue to stick it to a suction cup. No one would think that you did it. It is an impressive and mind-blowing DIY simple activity.
18. DIY Toothpaste Tube Toothbrush Holder
We more often throw away our toothpaste tube after removing the paste inside. But if you do not have a toothbrush holder, why don’t you improvise that tube and make one?
It is simple. You can reduce the length of the tube to make it gain some stability. It is an excellent way to store your toothbrushes instead of throwing them just any way.
You will need to ensure that anywhere you place it is free of liquid spills.
19. DIY Travelling Toothbrush Holder
How do you pack your toothbrushes and paste while traveling? Do you throw them inside the bag with clothes or inside an extra pocket? Once you need to use them, it may be tricky to locate them.
But here is a cute idea you can try out from blessing overflowing. The idea is neat, and even if you are a sewing novice, you can still try to make one.
You will need two pieces of fabric- one can be a hand towel. After stitching them together, you will subdivide them into some portions using stitches. These holes will hold your toothbrush, toothpaste, and floss. You will love it.
20. DIY Pill Toothbrush Holder
Once you are through with your medication, you can reuse those pill bottles. They can create great toothbrush holders.
Since the bottles have the same color, you can label each with stickers. By doing this, everyone can quickly identify their toothbrush and their bottle.
21. DIY Mr. and Mrs. Toothbrush Holder
Turn those mason jars into something more functional. Let them hold your toothbrushes and paste.
You can use some chalkboards to label each. And who will fail to identify their toothbrush?
22. DIY Upcycled Toothbrush Holder
I think this toothbrush holder maker was so creative to come up with such. The whole process shows how you can reuse your empty cans to make something outstanding.
The primary materials used here are tins and leftover remodels tiles. You will need to cut the container’s covering to make a ring.
Since after we use our toothbrush, it remains with some water, the tin has some holes at its bottom for the water to drip.
E6000 glue will work best when will be attaching the tiles to the tin.
23. DIY Colorful Ceramic Mug Toothbrush Holder
If you have some ceramic mugs with some beautiful patterns, you can use them as your toothbrush holder.
They add style as well as beauty to your bathroom. Besides, the mugs are spacious; you can put both paste and toothbrush.
24. DIY Hanging Toothbrush Holder
When the toothbrushes for everyone in the family hang decently, the whole place looks neat. Without a doubt, these hanging toothbrushes look amazing.
Acquire some hooks, then mount them on your bathroom door. However, you will need to consider the height of the users.
Your toothbrushes will need to have some holes at the ends so that you can hang them on the hooks.
I believe all DIY toothbrush holder ideas we have listed are tremendous. Which one are you going to try? Since the projects are inexpensive and straightforward, you are free to add any of these aesthetics to your bathroom.
Give your toothbrushes good storage and let your teeth stay healthy and free of infection all through.
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