Bathroom organization doesn’t have to be expensive. Here are some easy DIY options to get your bathroom clutter under control. To get all the details, click on any of the photos and you’ll be taken to the creator’s website and more information.
9 DIY Bathroom Organization Projects
Such a simple project by HGTV! No tools are required, just small unfinished crates (less the 6″ deep and a variety of sizes would make it even more spectacular), paint or stain, large picture hanging strips, and clear coat. That’s it! Paint them fun colors for the kids’ bathroom or even bedroom storage, or white for the kitchen or bathroom. So easy!
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Martha Stewart suggests checking out the kitchen organizing aisle for items to use in the bathroom! These are kitchen slide out drawers mounted to the bottom of a sink cabinet. Then add a pair of hooks the inside of the vanity door hold a hair dryer and a flat iron (use over the door hooks if you don’t want to put holes in your vanity.)
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Using magnets to organize in the bathroom is brilliant, but this one by Martha Stewart is even more so because the metal plate is placed on the back of a cupboard adding a ton of extra storage. Use a sheet of galvanized steel attached with construction adhesive and then add magnetic hooks and more. Glue magnets to items to stick them up.
Such a simple yet brilliant idea! Granted, this is probably best done with a solid core door, which sadly we don’t have. But by putting extra towel racks on the back of the bathroom door, it provides a classy towel drying space for the whole family. From Martha Stewart
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Plastic Shoe Boxes
Mary from MaryOrganizes.com used plastic shoe boxes for under sink storage in her bathroom. Using chalkboard labels, she can change them quickly to reflect what’s inside, and the stackable semi-transparent bins allow her to see the contents. Brilliant! The idea would work in the kitchen pantry for cookie cutters and other season items or the craft room for all your craft supplies.
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Toilet Paper Roll Holder
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Baskets & Shelves
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Suite Revival used wooden spice racks attached to the wall, but you could also mount them inside the door of your bathroom vanity to keep small bottles and tubes organized and off the counter. They’re also the perfect size for fingernail polish bottles.