Cloud Toilet Paper Storage

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Introduction: Cloud Toilet Paper Storage

About: I love to build DIY wood projects.

Ever went through every drawer in hopes of finding that one last roll of toilet paper? Well, to fix this problem I’ve built a DIY Cloud Toilet Paper Storage. As soon as you walk through that bathroom door, and from one glance you will know exactly how much toilet paper you’re dealing with.

To build this DIY Cloud Toilet Paper Storage it cost about $15 of material. This is one of the best ways to make a pile of toilet paper look good. Enjoy building!

For more pictures and to download a PDF template visit my website TheDIYPlan.

Supplies:

• 51"x22" - 3/4" Plywood (x1)

Brad Nails

2 1/2" Pocket Hole Screws

Wood Glue

Tools for this project
Drill

Kreg Jig Mini

Tape Measure

Pipe Clamps

• Band Saw

Sander

Nail Gun

Disclosure: Some of the links on this page as well as links in “tools for this project” and “material list” sections are affiliate links.

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    21 Discussions

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    drewscreen
    drewscreen

    1 year ago

    It's definitely pretty when full, and looks to be quite well made, with a pretty good use of materials and a well documented build. I wonder why there are so many needlessly sharp corners on it though, especially when the bathroom is already statistically notorious for being the most dangerous room in the home. Also, since toilet paper's principle feature is it's absorbency, it might be a good idea to NOT place the paper cloud storage directly over the bowl where all the odors (read: bacteria) are generated. Maybe there's a good reason most people store their toilet paper in a cabinet.

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    Diez66
    Diez66

    1 year ago

    Love this, just want to make it but no possibility as no band saw and my skill with a jig saw just say's NO.
    So thanks for sharing, maybe one day I will get a cheap usable jig saw and this will be a must do.

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    footplate
    footplate

    Reply 1 year ago

    So use a coping saw (its a hand held very fine blade manual old fashioned bandsaw. I know its not as fast but YOU control the cut unlike a jigsaw. It will also give you a bit of exercise, so its a win win situation.

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    Diez66
    Diez66

    Reply 1 year ago

    That's a good thought, I really like the win, win bit.
    If and when I do this I will feedback, thanks.

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    TheDIYPlan
    TheDIYPlan

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thats a good idea, thanks for sharing.

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    chefspenser
    chefspenser

    1 year ago

    Love it! Thanks for sharing...

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    TheDIYPlan
    TheDIYPlan

    Reply 1 year ago

    you're welcome

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    RobA4
    RobA4

    1 year ago

    This may sound like an odd question, but which TP brand/version did you use for this?

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    TheDIYPlan
    TheDIYPlan

    Reply 1 year ago

    Its Kirkland Signature Bath Tissue, we buy it at Costco. But most of the TP are about the same size.

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    KMoffett
    KMoffett

    Reply 1 year ago

    Have you looked at the TP options in any grocery or other Big Box stores? The OD and ID vary greatly among brands and types.

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    TheDIYPlan
    TheDIYPlan

    Reply 1 year ago

    Costco is a Big Box store. The OD would very maybe 1/2" is diameter, and since TP is soft, most of the brands should fit.

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    wes_van
    wes_van

    1 year ago

    Love this.....a great way to store a mundane but necessary item. A conversation piece for the bathroom.

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    thepoisonivy
    thepoisonivy

    1 year ago

    Best product specific storage solution EVER. <3

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    attosa
    attosa

    1 year ago

    That is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm trying to make time to learn this kind of work this summer but I'm feeling intimidated. Thanks for the inspiration with your gorgeous project.

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    TheDIYPlan
    TheDIYPlan

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank
    you. It’s a simple project, just takes some time to cut all those pieces out. If
    you have a band saw or a jig saw, I’m sure you could do it.

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    wsmith08961
    wsmith08961

    1 year ago

    What an excellent idea. I will definitely make this the next weekend.

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    zakbobdop
    zakbobdop

    1 year ago

    Technology is developing even more. Now you can store your toilet paper "on the cloud" lol

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    WeTeachThemSTEM
    WeTeachThemSTEM

    1 year ago

    Such an awesome idea! I love the finish you created. Looks great!