Earlier this year, I tackled our much needed bathroom storage and added some affordable bathroom organization! It was a GAME. CHANGER. I wanted to share all the products I used, some easy tips + how to accomplish the bathroom of your Pinterest dreams!
Most of these items are available on Prime, meaning you can order and knock it all out before you lose motivation. I put ours off for a bit but once I started, it felt so good to accomplish. Now that it’s complete, it’s been so easy to keep neat and tidy which makes me so happy!
A few tips to remember – think of what you use the most and start there! Put it somewhere that’s super easy to access. This will make it easier to keep things clean as you go. Have a place for everything, this will make things easier to put right back and also keep things clean and tidy!
SHOP AFFORDABLE BATHROOM ORGANIZATION:
2. Fabric Bins
4. Leather Tray
7. Mercury Jars
Our top drawer is smaller than the other two, but i wanted to take full advantage. This is technically the only drawer RJ and I share, but I am able to get a lot of use out of it. I use these Poke – a – Dot organizers and they’re amazing. They are basically little trays with a ton of small holes in them. You use the provided dividers to create any combo you’d like. I cleaned out our drawers, then would place things in as needed and build the dividers around them. It was easy and satisfying to accomplish. I’m also very proud to say that I organized these back in January and they’ve stayed so well organized + tidy!
In my middle drawer, I like to keep most of my skincare products, a few tools and a few smaller hair products. This drawer is really deep and I know from experience, it can get messy QUICK. I used to use a large basket where I kept alll my skincare but it was to difficult. I finally ordered the acrylic trays and fabric bins and it was a game changer. I used the acrylic trays to hold things like razor heads, lipsticks I wear often, perfumes, skin products (that I don’t use everyday) and other small items. I use the small fabric bins to organize hair ties, clips and rubberbands and then the other holds micellear water, cleansing gauze, contact case and contact solution. In the larger acrylic organizer, I keep small tools – like face razors, tweezers, nail files, etc. I also have an old box that I repurposed to catch samples to try, eye masks, hair masks, etc.
UNDER THE SINK:
Under my sink, in the cabinet I keep most of my hair products, my makeup, travel bags, lotions and random things. I purchased a wood drawer system from Home Goods a couple years ago and I use it to store feminine products, contacts and extra face razors, plus extra cleansing gauze. On top of the wooden drawers, I keep my PMD and Hummingbird Razor in their original packaging. Since I don’t use these as often, I don’t need quick access. I use the large woven basket under my sink to hold my hair tools (blowdryer, curling irons, straighteners, etc.) and my brushes. It keeps everything in order + is easy to grab what I need. I also use this lazy susan to store all my hair products and a small fabric bin to keep any travel size hair products. Also under my sink, I keep my makeup. I use this makeup bag for make up I don’t wear often and then a clear makeup pouch for my more everyday products.
ON THE COUNTER:
On my counter, I really like to keep things neat, tidy and clean. If I have a ton of stuff up here, it drives me nuts! I have the important stuff like hand soap on one side and then the other side houses my everyday face products, in this leather tray, a small mercury glass (I linked similar above) with q-tips and a jewelry dish for the jewelry I wear everyday. I just started leaving my everyday skincare products out on my counter earlier this year and I really enjoy having such easy access to them. It motivates me to wash my face every evening no mater how tired I am.
I hope this little breakdown of my affordable bathroom organization was helpful! It only took me one evening to clean everything out and get it in order and it was so worth it. Be sure to head to my Instagram (@RileySitton), I’ll do some videos of how I have everything organized! XO