Friends, I hope you are enjoying your time at home and you are getting lots of de-cluttering done! If you missed my 30 day checklist for a clutter free home you can check it out here. If you started at the beginning with us then you should be working in your bathrooms this week. So, I thought I would share a few tips and tricks for this space.
So many of the basic principles that I’ve shared with you before work in the bathroom as well. I find the most helpful tip is using baskets, bins, trays, drawer dividers to sort and corral all the small items that we use in our bathrooms.
Find a method that works for your needs and sort, organize and store you medicine so that it’s easy to find and access.
Back when our kids were younger, I organized everything as you can see above. One bin for adult medicine and one bin for kids medicine. It was easy to grab the bin we needed and find what we needed. The small three-drawer organizer held even smaller things.
As the kids got older we were able to move all the medicine to one bin. We still have a bin for sports wraps and one for summer which holds sunscreen and such.
A basket to hold extra toilet paper next to the toilet is always helpful. As is a basket for washcloths, or towels. Just a few ideas.
Countertops can get out of control quick. So, find ways to corral all that stuff – toothbrushes, hair brushes, make-up brushes, other daily use products.
My favorite way is IN drawers. But, if like me, you don’t have a bathroom cabinet full of drawers then countertop organization is a must.
I found these cute wood trays at Target about a year ago and they work perfect for in our master bathroom to corral our everyday stuff. Hubby has one on his side as well.
I found this cute container (above) at a local craft fair and it worked perfectly in our kids bath to keep their daily stuff corralled! Give kids an easy way to keep things organized and tidy or you will find yourself going crazy or straightening up all. the. time.
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Under the sink can be a big challenge to keep tidy. It’s just a vast open space with no real rhyme or reason. I store bath towels under mine, along with even more extra toilet paper. Baskets help with this as well. Here are some other under the sink organizers that might be helpful for you and your situation.
Happy organizing friends!! Until next time 🙂