Practical DIY Mason Storage by Liz Marie



It is said that a woman spends more time in a bathroom than a man. This is true if you take into consideration that a woman is very preoccupied with her exterior aspect and pays attention to every detail of it. You may also think of the fact that a woman wears more accessories than a man; she pays attention to the way her hair is arranged and takes care of her make up too. Men seem to be less concerned about all these items and have only a few accessories that need to take care of.

The idea is that bathroom still remains a place where women take care of their look and here they should to find everything they need for this purpose. So a woman’s bathroom needs to be very organized and everything should have a precise storage place.

Liz Marie created a practical DIY Mason Storage. Her passion for Mason jars helped her to design some great storage places for some of her items that she needs in the bathroom. You may also try to think of your organized bathroom and create such storage place for things like cotton balls, cosmetic sponges or even tooth brushes.

The materials that you need are: a board, four Mason jars, picture frame hanger and some large pipe clamps. It is an easy and cheap project but which seems to be very practical and nice.{found on Liz Marie}


Published by in DIY, on December 4th, 2011

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