Bathroom Organization Ideas

Bathroom Organization Ideas

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Bathroom Organization Ideas

We also have a separate roundup that feature storage ideas for small bathrooms only. Although here you’ll find lots of different bathroom organization ideas too, including awesome open shelving solutions, beautiful cabinets, cute ways to label things, clever uses of basket storage, interesting makeup storage ideas, unique cabinet storage hacks, clever ways to hide storage and much more.
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Bathroom Organization Ideas

1 Of 17 Ladder ShelfAdd some farmhouse style to your bathroom space by leaning this homemade leaning shelf over the toilet. Get the tutorial at Ana White. Courtesy of Ana White 2 Of 17 Spice RacksUse inexpensive spice racks to store all your daily products at an easy-to-reach level.Get the tutorial at Our Life in a Click. Courtesy of Our Life in a ClickAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 17 Towel StorageAdd some texture to your bathroom by organizing towels and other necessities in pretty baskets mounted on the wall.Get the tutorial at Making Lemonade. Courtesy of Making Lemonade 4 Of 17 Magazine Rack WallSimplify your space and remove clutter by mounting a magazine rack on your wall. Get the tutorial at Four Generations One Roof. Courtesy of Four Generations One RoofAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 17 File Box OrganizerPlace wall hooks on the side of your sink to hang up this file box, which is the perfect size for storing your go-to hair tools. Get the tutorial at Dream Green DIY. Courtesy of Dream Green DIY 6 Of 17 15-Minute Drawer OrganizerIf you have drawers in your bathroom, maximize your small space by placing your bathroom items in plastic dividers. Sort your items by categories (vitamins, makeup, etc.) and everything will be easier to find when as you get ready in the morning. Get the tutorial at Organize and Decorate Everything. Courtesy of Organize and Decorate EverythingAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 17 DIY Faux Floating Shelves Assemble these shelves above your toilet to organize and display your bathroom knickknacks.Get the tutorial at Mommy Suite. Courtesy of Mommy Suite 8 Of 17 Transform an Old ChairAn old chair with vertical back slats can be repurposed into a quaint towel rack and shelf, like this one recently for sale on Etsy from the Rusty Bucket. Custom-order one from the Rusty Bucket or make your own by removing the chair legs, shortening the seat into a shelf, and hanging it upside down. Courtesy of The Rusty BucketAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 17 Store Items in Mason JarsMason jars attached to a wooden board make a farmhouse-chic bathroom storage option that keeps items off the vanity top. Perfect for holding cotton balls, Q-tips, makeup brushes, and toothbrushes and toothpaste, the jars attach to the board with hose clamps from the plumbing supply aisle.Get the tutorial at the DIY Playbook. Courtesy of DIY Playbook 10 Of 17 Organize with MagnetsIf you have a metal back to your medicine cabinet, you can increase its storage potential by attaching everyday supplies to it with magnets. Glue floral fabric on plain magnets to add a cheerful space for bobby pins, nail clippers, and eyelash curlers. Hot-glue a magnet to a vintage spool to hang elastic hair bands.Get the tutorial at the Merry Thought. Courtesy of The Merrythought
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Bathroom Organization Ideas

Bathroom organization and space saving is not nearly as difficult as it sounds. If you have room on the walls, why not mount baskets to keep things neat and tidy? You can have baskets for towels and washcloths, shaving supplies or just whatever you need additional space to store. If you have kids, give them each their own basket to keep their bathroom supplies within reach. Baskets are easy to mount on walls and look great as bathroom décor. Via: Simplydiy – A Tisket. A Tasket. A Wall Full of Baskets
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Bathroom Organization Ideas

Previous8 Bathroom Tile Trends You’ll See In 2017 view gallery 17 Photos Stop digging for Q-tips, searching for the right eyeliner, and untangling curling iron cords. The key to a calm start to the day is having everything organized and at the ready in the bathroom. Plus: Get more great bathroom ideas! More view gallery
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Bathroom Organization Ideas

Whether you need to learn more space saving ways of folding towels, need to organize the area under your sink or you need a great way to store makeup that keeps it handy, we have a lot of tips for you that will help you to really get that bathroom neat and tidy. Many of these organization solutions take little to no money and very little time. They will however, help you to solve storage issues and keep the bathroom clean and neat.
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Stop digging for Q-tips, searching for the right eyeliner, and untangling curling iron cords. The key to a calm start to the day is having everything organized and at the ready in the bathroom. Plus: Get more great bathroom ideas!
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Stop digging for Q-tips, searching for the right eyeliner, and untangling curling iron cords. The key to a calm start to the day is having everything organized and at the ready in the bathroom. Plus: Get more great bathroom ideas! More view gallery
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Gels, sprays, curlers, combs and hair dryers take up a lot of space in the bathroom. For quick organization, buy a plastic tub for under the sink and load it up with your supplies. As you place them in the tub, evaluate whether you use the product often. If not, donate it to a friend or to charity. When you fix your hair, the whole tub can be taken out and put away without creating a mess.
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Even in small bathrooms there’s space for organization; you just have to know where to look. Over the toilet bath furniture is a great place to put extra toilet paper, toiletries and even towels. If you don’t keep the toilet seat down, opt for a unit with cabinets or closed shelving. You can find attractive shelving at major home stores, usually for less than $100.
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Central bathroom cabinets can be fitted with roll-out wire trays, the kind used in kitchens. One contains a first-aid kit and miscellaneous toiletries. A pair of hooks fastened to the inside of the door hold a hair dryer and a flat iron. In the adjacent cabinet, a second sliding track holds the bathroom’s trash can.
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Vintage planters are a playful spin on more traditional bathroom accessories. Displayed on a metal-and-glass table, they hold bottles of shampoo and liquid soap, sponges, bar soap, and hand towels. Tuck a new toothbrush, soap, and a washcloth into a planter and put it in the bathroom cupboard — you’ll have the perfect guest package ready at a moment’s notice.
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An extra seat in the bathroom is always welcome, even though moist conditions may limit appropriate options. Try draping a wooden folding chair with a thick cotton-terry slipcover, and suddenly you have an inviting perch for a manicure, a blow-dry, or bathroom accessories.
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If your towel rack isn’t big enough to hang the family’s towels, add hooks to the bathroom. Towel hooks are inexpensive, easy to mount and create a space for each member of the family to hang their towel. No more fighting over whose is whose, plus your bathroom floor will remain dry, not damp.
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11 of 25 Sliding Trays Central bathroom cabinets can be fitted with roll-out wire trays, the kind used in kitchens. One contains a first-aid kit and miscellaneous toiletries. A pair of hooks fastened to the inside of the door hold a hair dryer and a flat iron. In the adjacent cabinet, a second sliding track holds the bathroom’s trash can.
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14 of 25 Vintage Planter Shelves Vintage planters are a playful spin on more traditional bathroom accessories. Displayed on a metal-and-glass table, they hold bottles of shampoo and liquid soap, sponges, bar soap, and hand towels. Tuck a new toothbrush, soap, and a washcloth into a planter and put it in the bathroom cupboard — you’ll have the perfect guest package ready at a moment’s notice. Photography: Formula z/s
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Vintage planters are a playful spin on more traditional bathroom accessories. Displayed on a metal-and-glass table, they hold bottles of shampoo and liquid soap, sponges, bar soap, and hand towels. Tuck a new toothbrush, soap, and a washcloth into a planter and put it in the bathroom cupboard — you’ll have the perfect guest package ready at a moment’s notice. Photography: Formula z/s

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