Bathroom Organizing Ideas – You may not have the perfect bathroom, but no matter how small, awkward, or unusual your space, you can always take steps to make it as clutter-free and functional as possible. And if you do have a fabulous bathroom and you’re not sure how to make the best use of it, there are even more options once you learn some organizing basics. Here’s all you need to know about how to organize your bathroom.
Keep makeup supplies in one place
Prevent makeup brushes and bottles from toppling over with an acrylic organizer. Price $17.92; amazon.com.
Line up your lotions and potions
Display pretty perfumes and creams you use daily on a small shelf. For similar, try Myriad Wall Shelf. Price $29.99; containerstore.com.
Super clean the shower
Squeegee glass shower panels after each shower to reduce soap scum buildup. Try the rust-resistant Command Bath Squeegee & Satin Nickel Hook. Price $17.99; command.com, which can be hung on glass, mirror, tile, and more.
Organize all your hair products
These Under the Sink Mesh Slide-Out Cabinet Drawers. Price $14.99 and $19.99; bedbathandbeyond.com make it easy to grab mousse or hairspray on the fly.
Place your styling tools in a caddy
Keep the counter clear (and cords untangled!) with the Umbra Hide ‘n’ Sink Undersink Caddy. Price $19.99; containerstore.com.
Purchase a caddy with multiple shelves
A shelf organizer like the Tenby Living Corner Shower Caddy gives you more vertical storage for your shower collection. Price $19.99; amazon.com.
Place toilet paper on the side of your toilet
The InterDesign Axis Toilet Paper Holder will help minimize wasted space in your bathroom. Price $14.56; amazon.com.
Add cleaning supplies under your sink
You won’t delay to clean your bathroom when all your cleaning products are located conveniently on this Lifewit Under Sink Organizer. Price $29.79; amazon.com.
Place plastic containers in your drawers
Go to your local dollar store to find plastic organizers to prevent cluttered drawers. Get the tutorial at here.
Take advantage of your medicine cabinet wall space
Take advantage of the empty space on your cabinet walls by applying these decorative magnet strips. Get the tutorial at here.
Find a pretty decorative tray from the thrift store
Don’t scatter stuff across your sink. Use a tray instead to hold all your jars, bowls, and other items. Get the tutorial at here.
Make use of your shower caddy
Your shower caddy can now double as an under-the-sink organizer when you attach it to the cabinet door. Get the tutorial at here.
Use spice racks as quick-fix shelves
Need an easy DIY project? Turn cheap spice racks into bathroom shelf storage. Get the tutorial at here.
Collect your most-used items on a 2-tier tray
Tiered trays are a great way to add more space to a countertop. Get the tutorial at here.
Build your own shelves
These DIY floating shelves not only bring much needed space, but the wood adds a warm touch to the walls. Get the tutorial at here.
Hide all your items in this cool mirror storage case
Kill two birds with one stone with a DIY mirrored case filled with shelves inside. Get the tutorial at here.
Lean for these shelving options
Avoid drilling holes in the wall by putting this homemade leaning shelf over the toilet. Get the tutorial at here.
Craft a Mason jar organizer for extra storage
Mason jar fans are going to love organizing their most-used beauty items on this magnet shelf. Get the tutorial at here.
Store your things in a moveable cart
Paint a storage cart to add a pop of color to the bathroom. Get the tutorial at here.
Hang up wooden boxes
Try out this budget-friendly project if you need a place for towels. Get the tutorial at here.