10 Ways to Declutter the BathroomAshley Hackshaw
I’ve started my spring cleaning early. My first project is decluttering my bathrooms! I’ve rounded up a few great, simple ideas for tackling that clutter that anyone can use!
View them after the jump!
PVC Pipe 1 of 10Why take up precious storage space for your hair tools when you can use the door of your cabinets? Using PVC pipe can easily add storage for curling irons to a cabinet.
See this idea and more at Family Handyman.
Baskets 2 of 10Want your bathroom to look like a spa? Use a basket on a wall to hold towels!
Visit DIY Design Fanatic to seem more of this great idea.
Trinket Jars 3 of 10Is your jewelry becoming unmanageable? Separate out smaller pieces into jars!
Visit Design Mom to view the tutorial.
Lazy Susan 4 of 10Lacking shelves…..and afraid of losing things to the back of your cabinets? Use a lazy susan to make more items viewable!
See this idea and more bathroom storage ideas at Mini Manor.
Towel Bars 5 of 10Use the back of a door to make more storage space. Add more towel bars!
Check out this idea and more storage ideas at Martha Stewart.
Apothecary Jars 6 of 10Make it pretty! Using apothecary-style jars to hold bath salts and sponges and soap adds a vintage flair to the bathroom.
See this entire bathroom remodel at Shanty Insanity.
Notched Shelving 7 of 10Have a medicine cabinet? You can cut notches to store your toothbrushes!
Love this idea from Family Handyman.
Overhead Shelving 8 of 10I never even thought about putting a shelf above a door. A great storage idea.
See this bathroom idea and more at Martha Stewart.
Extra Hooks 9 of 10Use a few pretty decorative hooks to add some wall storage!
Click to see this and other ideas from Small Place Style.
Pull-out Drawers 10 of 10Another way to keep things from getting lost in the back of the cabinet….roll out storage. See this and other ideas at I Heart Organizing.
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