Organize Your Bathroom Toiletries
Bathrooms may be the smallest room in the house, but between the moment we wake up to the moment we go to bed, we spend a lot of time in there. Yet I know that I am not the only one to say that we spend at least half of that time searching through messy drawers and cluttered countertops. If you are like most people these days, then you know the clutter and chaos toiletries can create when they take over your bathroom counter. No matter how many times you clean up, they can get out of hand fast.
If you have a lot of toiletries like makeup, toothpaste, hand lotion, etc. then it may seem like it is impossible to keep them clean and organized, but it really isn’t. Conquering your bathroom toiletries will not only save you time for your daily routine, but it will also create a highly functional bathroom storage system.
No counter space? Think walls.
If you are short on counter space, then use your bathroom walls to expand on space. Invest in some decorative cups or wall pockets to store your toothpaste, toothbrush, or makeup tools. This will clear up space on your counters and still be within easy reach.
Keep daily necessities close.
Really think over what you use every day and what you don’t. Keep the items that you use constantly in the cabinet or somewhere that is easy to access while the items that you use once or twice a week elsewhere.
Styling tools go into a caddy.
The blowdryer and the straightener really can take up a lot of space. It may make you look great and the curls are to die for, but it doesn’t make your counter look that great. Keep your counter clean and clear with a caddy or storage box that can go under the sink.
Keep makeup in one place.
Believe it or not, but you have a lot of makeup. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, but all of those foundation bottles and eyeshadow pallets take up a lot of space. Invest in an acrylic organizer to keep it all in one place and from toppling over.
Build up, not down.
Invest in a caddy that has multiple shelves that will give you more space vertically. Unless you decide to do a complete bathroom renovation to give yourself more counter space, really think about how you can utilize the vertical space. A bathroom caddy with multiple shelves is one of the best ways you can organize your toiletries and keep your counters clear of clutter.
Also, think about investing in a centerset bathroom faucet to save yourself even more space. Kingston Brass offers a lot of centerset bathroom faucets to help you with your newest organization project. Click here for more information.