Thanks to everyone who participated in the playroom round-up. I’m anxiously looking forward to a free moment to have a look at them all! To find out more about what the round-up is all about visit here.
This month we will be focusing on our bathroom or bathrooms depending on how energetic you feel 🙂
Bathrooms if we aren’t careful tend to get cluttered very easily. With the amount of stuff that we need to store in them it’s no wonder. We’ll spend some time this month on the various areas of the bathroom and some organizing solutions that will help you make sense of what you have and establish some limits and boundaries at the same time.
Don’t forget to follow the PROCESS though. I know it’s tempting to want to jump right to the containerizing part (trust me, I know!) but before you can do that you need to spend some time on the Remove, Sort and Purge steps. This will pay off big time for you later by saving you money on storage solutions you might not even necessarily need after you decide you don’t really need all 400 of those little hotel shampoos you’ve been collecting. You will decide that right? Right? Seriously who am I to talk I’ve got a few of them myself 🙂
Some of you will remember the post I did on the organizing my sister-in-law did under her bathroom sink. She did such a great job I just have to show you the pictures again.
I absolutely love those pull out baskets she purchased. I went online and found them available at the Container Store.
The best thing to do when tackling under your bathroom sink is to try and take advantage of vertical space similar to my sister in law did above using either drawers or bins. I use stacking bins (purchased from the dollar store) in my bathroom.
As you know there are just so many different ways to organize a space.
Also you’ll notice my sister in law used a separate basket for her cleaning supplies. It is such a great time saver to keep a supply of cleaning products in each bathroom for quick and easy cleanups. I found these same baskets inexpensively at my dollar store.
Well there you go, that should keep you busy for awhile 🙂