The Ultimate Guide For Organizing Your Home Room By Room – 90 Revolutionary Tips and Tricks

Bathroom Organization Tips.

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In a way, the bathroom is similar to the kitchen. Lots of things need to be stored there and some of the storage systems even match. For example, here’s a magnetic rack on which to display and store things like hair pins, tweezers and other small items.{found on darkroomanddearly}.

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Make an organizer for your makeup brushes. All you need is a sushi mat and some elastic. Customize it however you want and make holders of different sizes.

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Another interesting idea is to make a magnetic makeup board. You can store and display there your eye shadows, brushes and everything else.{found on flickr}.

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Turn a wooden pallet into an organizer for the bathroom. Install some hooks and knobs for towels and bathrobes and use wooden crates for the toiletries.{found on abeautifulmess}.

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The space under the sink is very useful, both in the kitchen and the bathroom. Use it to store things like cleaning products or toilet paper.{found on site}.

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Use jars and label them and inside you can store your toothbrushes and toothpaste. Each member of the family can have a jar so they don’t get misplaced.

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Store the toilet paper in crates or containers. You can then put it on a shelf, mount it on the wall and place it on the floor where it’s easy to reach.

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Here’s an interesting idea: a fun and easy way of storing your hair dryer and other similar items. It’s practical, simple and quite good-looking as well.

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You can use a wire crate or container to store bathroom towels near the tub. It’s always nice to have extra fresh towels close at hand.{found on site}.

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Use a small bucket for things like toothpaste and other toiletries. Install a hook on a wall or on the bathroom door.

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A ladder can be quite helpful in the bathroom. It’s great for storing things like towels or toilet paper. You can give the ladder a makeover and install some shelves.

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Turn the cabinet doors into useful storage space for your makeup. Use small StickOnPods and adhere them to the inside of any cabinet door or any flat surface.

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The space under the bathroom sink is also a nice storage space for towels. Fold them and always have a stash of extra towels in case one is needed. There’s plenty of space there for other things as well so be creative.{found on maryorganizes}.

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Use PVC pipes to make toothbrush holders. You need a 1” PVC pipe and end caps. You can use vinyl or stickers and hooks. Install them on the inside of the cabinet door.{found on site}.

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Store your makeup and small toiletries in a drawer. But don’t just throw them all in there. Use containers to organize them.{found on tatertotsandjello}.

Laundry Room Organization Tips.

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In the case of the laundry room, being organized is not that difficult. The most difficult part is saving space. Use laundry baskets to sort the dirty clothes. Label them and this will make your job a lot easier.{found on site}.

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Use chalkboard paint on one of the walls and install a storage system like this one. It’s great for cleaning supplies, paper towels and all sorts of other things.

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Store your basic laundry supplies in a basket. Use small containers and label them. It’s fun and a lot easier than having to deal with huge boxes of detergent and fabric softener.

PART 4 — KIDS ROOM