5 Clever Bathroom Uses for Everyday Items
So, you want to upgrade your bathroom a little, but you’re afraid of the cost. Maybe money is a little tight or you just want to be money-savvy, then do we have the best article for you. To really give your bathroom a new breath of fresh air and save money at the same time, consider up-cycling your everyday items around the house. Everyone has old items just lying around that are taking up a little too much space, so make use of them by incorporating it into your bathroom for a new look or maybe a little organization. That way, you also save money and time. Read on to see all the clever ways you can reuse your old everyday items.
Muffin Pan, Man
So, you have lots of loose items around your bathroom counter and it’s just causing you too much stress because of the clutter. Well, a real solver to that problem is with a muffin pan. It may seem odd, but by incorporating a muffin pan in your bathroom, you will always have a designated spot for your lipsticks, deodorants, and all the stuff that you need to be organized away.
This faucet tastefully interweaves top-notch ergonomic design and the sheen of contemporary simplicity with its green silicone rubber coated handles and cylindrical facets. Single-hole bathroom faucets with optional deck plates are ideal for smaller bathrooms and feature an easy 1 or 3-hole installation. Remove the deck plate for an ease of cleaning and more streamlined design.
Shoe Caddy Storage
If you have a roommate or family that uses one bathroom, then this little trick is the one for you. Use an over-the-door shoe caddy to organize all of your stuff and keep them separated. A perfect spot for hair products, heated curlers, and lotion bottles. You can even write names on there to make sure everyone knows whose stuff is whose.
Dry your towels with the chic appeal and convenience of the Kingston Brass Victorian Dual Towel Bar. Available in multiple finishes, this 24″ bar can quickly become an essential piece of your bathroom design. Pair with other accessories from the Victorian Collection.
Candle Jar Bar
If you are a candle fanatic, then you know the tragedy of hoarding a lot of leftover candle jars. This everyday item will save you a lot of money. You can’t bring yourself to throw them out but you also don’t know what to do with fifteen empty candle jars. Well, don’t you fret. You can simply clean them out and make them into jars to hold your Q-tips and cotton balls. Designate a spot in your bathroom to hold all your bathroom necessitates and create yourself a candle jar bar.
This all inclusive set of bathroom accessories features intricate detailing for a luxurious and astonishing style. Any bathroom will be given an added boost of opulence from these coordinated pieces. One towel bar, towel ring, two robe hooks, and a toilet paper holder are included for all of your hanging storage needs.
T-Shirt Bath Mat
Your most everyday items can be your biggest savior. So, your kids are growing up too fast and that leaves you with a lot of old t-shirts that are too dingy to be donated but you don’t have it in you to throw them out. Well, rip them up and stitch them together to create yourself a new bath mat. An easy and simple trick to recycle old t-shirts and a fun DIY activity to do with your family.
This Kingston Brass glass shelf tastefully adds extra storage space to your contemporary bathroom. The simplistic design includes two polished chrome mounting wall brackets for a strong, secure hold.
Hair Tie Catcher
If you have a lot of hair or a family that does, then you know the chaos of having a lot of random hair ties just lying around the house. Well, save yourself all the searching for a hair tie with a simple binder ring or even robe hook. That will save you a lot of time by designating a spot in your bathroom to one simple item that will never get lost again.
The Metropolitan Robe Hook helps to de-clutter your bathroom by providing additional storage space. Intended to add sophistication to your modern bathroom, the premium oil rubbed bronze finish will last for years to come.