Bathroom Organization Ideas
All too often the bathroom is filled with chaos, with wet towels and dirty laundry littering the floor and cosmetics and beauty products strewn across the vanity.
But what we really need is a calming environment to help us get the day off to a positive start. So today I’ve rounded up 14 genius bathroom organization hacks and ideas to help you get back on track.
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Keep your countertop clean by using a tiered basket
(via Golden Boys and Me)
Use a tiered basket like this one to keep the products you use daily close to hand but neat and tidy.
Or use spice racks to get products off the counter
(via Our Life in a Click)
I use these spice racks all over my house for holding anything but spices. They’re great for essential oils, tablets and smart phones and even books. Using them in the bathroom is a genius idea! You can get wooden ones in IKEA or pick out some metal ones instead.
Make use of the space around the bath
(via Blue I Style)
If your kids love toys in their bath things can get a bit out of hand in the tub, so check out this tutorial for making clever wall storage using hanging tubs.
(via Thrifty and Chic)
For something a little more grown up these floating shelves above the bath look fabulous and will tie in well with a farmhouse style bathroom too.
Keep shower products neat and tidy
Use a caddy in your shower to keep all of those products under control.
Make good use of the area underneath your bathroom sink
(via At Charlotte’s House)
If you daren’t open the cabinet door for fear the contents will all come spilling out it’s time to organize the space under your bathroom sink! A few tiered shelves, some plastic storage boxes and glass jars is all you need to get everything under control again.
Repurpose storage to keep your towels and toiletries organized
Repurposing furniture is a great way to maximise your storage without having to spend a lot of cash. Next time you’re at the reclamation yard look out for a pie safe, because they make perfect storage cabinets for your bathroom products, and even your towels.
Or try a market basket instead, they’re meant for storing veggies in your kitchen but they look great in the bathroom too and are so practical!
Make use of the space above your toilet
(via Ana White)
If you wish you had more room for storage in your bathroom look no further than the space above your toilet! This ladder shelf is pretty simple to put together and is a great place to keep spare towels, toilet rolls and other supplies.
(via Simply DIY 2)
You could also create some hanging baskets like these!
Use the space behind the bathroom door
(via Martha Stewart)
The other “secret space” in your bathroom is right there on your bathroom door. You could hang a shoe organiser to coral all of your shampoos and beauty products.
Or do as Martha does and hang a couple of towel rails because you can never have too many places to hang your damp towels!
Keep your hair appliances neat and tidy
Use command hooks to keep your hair appliances inside your vanity door.
(via Dream Green DIY)
Or make a hanging basket using a metal file box!
Use magnets inside your bathroom cabinet to store hair grips and scissors
(via Micas Revista)
If you’re always losing your eyelash curlers, scissors or hair grips try this neat hack where you apply a piece of magnetic strip to the inside of your medicine cabinet and then stick stuff to it!
Make room for a laundry hamper so dirty clothes don’t end up on the floor
If your family are more likely to step out of their dirty clothes and leave them in a pile on the floor than carry the laundry to another room in the house you can easily solve the problem by putting a laundry hamper right there in the bathroom!
Organize your vanity drawers with Dollar Tree baskets
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If you’ve been putting off organizing your bathroom because you don’t have a huge budget you’ll be pleased to know you can make a lot of difference using storage baskets from the Dollar Tree!
Use glass jars to store cotton balls, bath bombs and soap
(via The DIY Playbook)
If you love mason jars you’ll love this DIY wall organiser that’s just perfect for storing small items like cotton wool, makeup brushes and even your glasses so you know right where they are when you need them!
(via The Creativity Exchange)
Large apothecary jars are perfect for storing soaps and even bubble bath.
Use plastic baskets to store contact lens supplies
(via Polished Habitat)
If you’re a contact lens wearer you need to check out this storage hack! Keep all of your supplies in hanging baskets on the inside of your vanity door, and be sure to label them so you know last time you changed them!
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