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How To Organize Your Bathroom: Part 2
Good news: You can recycle the mason jars that you have used durng your hipster wedding. Fasten them onto a wooden plank and hang them on you sink. They’ll be perfect to hold your makeup brushes, cotton balls, eyeglasses and the likes.
Corral clutter in bins and baskets. Matching storage bins on open shelves beneath a sink will streamline storage and add color and pattern to any vanity.
While pedestal sinks are a stylish and smart option for small bathrooms, they don't pull their weight in storage. Take storage to the walls with shelves adjacent to the sink. Store your most-used items on the shelves so they are within easy reach.
In small, narrow bathrooms, add a slender dresser for additional bathroom storage and extra counter space. Hang a mirror above the dresser to create a makeup vanity and extra primping space for shared bathrooms.
Control Hair Product Clutter. 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.
Add creative towel storage. 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.
Divide and Conquer Your Makeup. Drawers in the bathroom tend to be catchalls for lots of different containers, most of which badly organize their contents. An expandable cosmetic drawer organizer fits in a shallow drawer and takes the place of bulky cosmetic bags. Different size compartments will organize lipstick, blush and eye shadow so you never have to root around to find what you're looking for. As you organize your makeup, be sure to throw away anything that smells or is expired. Old makeup contains bacteria that can irritate your skin.
Reassess the Shower Caddy. It's your best friend when you're in the shower, but is it working for you? Shower caddies that are too small or too large can be a pain, both for cleaning you and your shower. There are plenty of options: from over the showerhead and suction shelves to corner caddies. If you don't have enough room, one solution is to pare down your toiletries. How many bottles of shampoo do you really need? If you have too much, consider downsizing so you don't feel like you have to fill up the extra space.
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