Tame Bathroom Clutter

My husband and I share a bathroom – with one sink. Enough said. He’s a real neatnik. It’s not hard to be neat when you shave in the shower and just use the sink to brush your teeth.

I, on the other hand, try to be neat but I’ve got a lot more going on. There’s this 4-step face cleansing and moisturizing routine I go through daily. Don’t even get me started on the hair care and styling process which requires multiple products and tools. And then there’s makeup.

When I left the bathroom this morning it looked like a tornado had hit. It’s time to tame the clutter. Here are some really neat ideas that I found and that you might find helpful too.

Get the clutter off the counter. Suite Revival made excellent use of the limited space in her bathroom by utilizing Ikea spice racks and jars to keep clutter of her counter. Clever!

Cute and clever bathroom organization from Suite Revival.

Cute and clever bathroom organization from Suite Revival.

Clean, de-clutter, organize are just a few tips in an everyday occasion‘s article on organizing your makeup essentials. A must read.

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Small acrylic caddies work well for organizing small tubes and jars. A bamboo cutlery divider would work just as well. You can find all of them at Bed Bath and Beyond.

Use vanity doors wisely. Ikea strikes again! This time Lindsey Taylor Interiors makes good use of the vanity doors to hold all those beauty essentials – including the blow dryer. This would probably work well for curling irons too.

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I’m inspired and motivated to attack the hurricane of clutter in my bathroom.

 

Kimberly Hickok

Kimberly Hickok

Kim is one of the founding editors of Food Home Life Style. She loves to TRY new things, COOK with fresh ingredients, EAT with friends & family and CREATE in her home and garden. (Photo by Mary Ellen O'Loughlin)
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Kim is one of the founding editors of Food Home Life Style. She loves to TRY new things, COOK with fresh ingredients, EAT with friends & family and CREATE in her home and garden. (Photo by Mary Ellen O'Loughlin)


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