10 Bathroom Organisation Hacks

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10 Bathroom Organisation Hacks

No matter if your bathroom is big or small, you might find yourself struggling to keep it organised, especially if you don’t have a lot of storage space.

Here’s 10 ways you can hack your bathroom and get yourself organised!

1. Utilise the Insides of Cabinet Doors

You can dramatically increase your storage space by utilising the insides of your cabinet doors. You can do things like install small shelves and spice racks or over the door organisers to keep small items in an easy-to-access location.

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2. Use Containers Inside Bathroom Cabinets

Baskets – wicker, plastic, whatever takes your fancy, are extremely useful for organising just about anything. You won’t lose items in overflowing drawers and shelves if you keep things tidy like this.

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I love this expandable under sink organizer from The Container Store

3. Grab a Rolling Trolley for Odds and Sodds

If you have loads of makeup or you change your baby in the bathroom, a trolley with all of your odds and sodds make it handy to move it around with you! Not just in the bathroom either, they are great for kids rooms, arts and crafts and even books!

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Large White 3-Tier Rolling Cart from The Container Store
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Arts and Crafts Storage Cart and Accessories from The Container Store

4. Create Storage Space Under The Bathroom Sink

If you have a sink with no vanity attached, you can create your own storage very easily by getting small tables or shelving units to organise your stuff.

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5. Clear Acrylic Cosmetic Organisers are Perfect for Makeup

If you are always struggling to find that black eyeliner you love and are rummaging around in drawers and bags for makeup – stop it right now and grab yourself some of these clear acrylic cosmetic organisers – they will seriously change your life!

You can get them in all shapes and sizes – and they keep your makeup in good condition and everything is so easy to find!

You can grab clear acrylic organisers at these stockists:

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The Clear Acrylic Makeup Storage Kit from Catch

6. Put your Hairdryer on a Hook

Get your hair dryer off the countertop or out of the cupboard/drawer and put it on a hook to save space. If you have other items like hair straighteners and curling irons, hook ’em all up too!

There are also hair straightener holders too!

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7. Use Jars for Makeup Storage

Tidy up your countertops with cute jars and store those fiddly items like cotton buds, makeup brushes and makeup pads. You can grab these things at a discount store very easily.

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8. Spice Racks on Walls  Are Great for Hair Products

Spice racks that you mount in the kitchen can be used for other things too, like organising your toiletries and makeup. Mount them to the bathroom wall instead to utilise that space!

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9. Use Good old Tupperware for Storage

You use it to organise your pantry – why not use it to organise your bathroom cupboards too?  The old trusty Tupperware containers come in all shapes and sizes so you’ll be able to fit all sorts of things in them.

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10. Tidy the Tub!

Use a tension rod next to the tub and hang plastic baskets off it. This is a great way to organise bath toys, but you can store shampoo, conditioner and so on in the baskets too!

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Have you come up with a clever hack for keeping your bathroom organised? Share it with us!

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