We're almost into a brand new year and what better time to review your successes of the past and make plans to do things a bit differently going forward. For the past few months I've been showing you all the simple (and mostly inexpensive) organizing solutions I've been putting in place in our new home. So far we've ventured into the cabinets, the pantry, the coat closet, the fridge and under the sink.
In the last post, I showed you how I'm using the insides of cabinet doors beneath the kitchen sink. They hold a bunch of small stuff that would otherwise get lost in the cabinet or perhaps not fit into a drawer. Today I'll show you how I used the same idea in the master bathroom.
First of all, I don't believe in dragging cleaning products from downstairs to upstairs and back down again, plus I like to clean my bathroom sink and mirror every day or two just to keep it from getting really gross. This frequent spot-cleaning routine requires the items I need be close by and easy to access.
Secondly, I wash and dry my hair nearly every day and most days I'll touch it up with a curling iron or flat iron. In order for me to keep my bathroom neat and organized, my hair tools need to be close at hand and easy to get out and put away.
Because I have cabinets under my bathroom sink, I used the same tactic as I did in the kitchen. I found three over-the-cabinet-door organizers that are designed for bathroom items and they're perfect for not only keeping the things I want close by, but I have extra space inside the cabinets now too. Easy, inexpensive and effective.
Hope you had a wonderful holiday season and are looking forward to a rockin' 2016!!