The bathroom, easily one of the most hectic places in the house. From making a morning mad dash getting ready for work to trying to keep all the kids bath toys off of the floor... the bathroom just becomes one of those places where things are all over the place.
This month, I'm partnering up with some awesome bloggers to bring you #10DaysofOrganizing. Check the links at the bottom of this post to read about how to get your home organized.
A couple weeks ago I showed you how to refresh your bathroom cosmetically. Today I'll be sharing how to get your bathroom organized. Follow these 4 easy tips for a perfectly organized bathroom.
1. Throw Away Old Products
In the bathroom many product tends to pile up. The ones that we don't use frequently ends up finding it's way under the sink. If you haven't used the product in the last 3-6 months it should be on it's way to the trash can. Once you purge everything you don't need or use you can begin to organize!
2. Organize Under the Sink
USE BINS & BASKETS
Under the sink can get really bad...at least at my house. A great way to keep everything in its place is to put everything in designated areas. I picked up these clear bins from Target and updated them with the super cute Mambi stickers from Hobby Lobby.
Another great thing about the bins is that they minimize the amount of clutter that can build up. If you don't have any more space in a particular bin, that will be a easy cue to know it's time to purge again.
Adding a shelf under the sink allows for more organized storage. By adding a shelf I was able to place two smaller bins on one side of the sink where I could split my products into more categories.
3. Place Small Everyday Use Items in Jars
Everyday use items such as cotton balls and Q-tips should be place in jars. Not only does it keep things organized, but it also looks more polished.
4. Add Additional Storage
There is only so much space under the sink for storage. When you need more space bring in small pieces such as an etagere or a rolling cart. The space behind your toilet usually goes unused so an etagere is perfect for that area.
A rolling cart is used in our bathroom to hold everyday items and also towels/washcloths.
Did these ideas help you? Is so, share a pic and tag #BBGDTipsWork
This post was in collaboration with some awesome bloggers. Check out the other bloggers below for more organizing tips!
Tues. Jan 10 – Whitney (Whitney J Decor)
Wed. Jan 11 – Katrina (Chic Little House)
Thurs. Jan 12 – Nicole (She Does a Bunch)
Fri. Jan 13 – Crystal (Holliday Collective)
Sat. Jan 14 – Carli (Fearfully and Wonderfully Made)
Sun. Jan 15 – Alaya (Behind the Big Green Door)
Mon. Jan 16 – Erin (Live Pretty on a Penny)
Tues. Jan 17 – Ashley (The Handy Homegirl)
Wed. Jan 18 – Saidah (Aprons and Stilletos)