Let’s face it, the bathroom is one of the most used rooms in the house. Whether it’s getting ready for the day or taking a relaxing bubble bath, we spend a fair amount of time in the bathroom. It’s easy to have a messy bathroom when you’re rushing to get ready for work and can’t find what you’re looking for and just throw things everywhere.
Keeping things organized in the bathroom such as makeup, towels, skincare, etc., can be rather tricky. However, with a bit of style, organizing your bathroom is easy as pie!
Here are ways to organize your bathroom in style:
Mason jars are the latest craze when it comes to organizing. They’re great for storing makeup brushes, cotton swabs, and toothbrushes. They come in a variety of sizes, which allows you to store an array of different items. Another way to add a bit of style to mason jars is to simply paint them! Paint them the color scheme of your bathroom to match the walls or towels. This trick is both cheap and stylish!
Desk organizers are a lifesaver! With the divided sections, it’s easy to categorize your products such as hair care, skin care, perfumes, etc. This makes finding what you’re looking for quick and easy! These are easy to find at almost any office supply store or home furniture store. Once you find one that will fit into your bathroom drawer, organize your things!
There are lots of things to store in bathrooms, like toilet paper, towels, washcloths, nail polish, etc. Sometimes bathrooms don’t have as much cabinet space as we need. To avoid having all of these items out in the open adding clutter to your bathroom, invest in cute storage containers. Finding storage baskets is easy, and they usually come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors! Pick a few baskets that match your bathroom’s color scheme. These baskets add a bit of a decorative element to the space and are perfect to hide your items!
Organizing your bathroom doesn’t have to be an expensive or difficult task. Get creative and turn your bathroom into a more interesting, inviting space!
Thursday, July 7th, 2016