DIY Mason Jar Bathroom Storage

    One of my favorite elements for interior design costs less than two dollars at your local grocery store. That’s right, Mason Jars. Now, you can find some antique mason jars that cost more & some in different styles, but for this DIY project I used four simple wide mouth Mason Jars. I was inspired by a blog post by Lovely little Details Blog to make this Mason Jar organizer (ps. She loves mason jars as much as I do!). I decided to make my first one for my first time for our master bathroom because I hate the disorganization of bags of cotton balls and other odds and ends. I was so excited that I combined my love for mason jars & stylish practicality…

DIY mason jar bathroom storage….

Amazing storage, & it’s with my favorite thing ever, MASON JARS!
I filled my mason jars with Qtips, cotton balls, & cosmetic sponges,
but you could fill yours with virtually anything that fits in a Mason Jar for any room.
What you will need to create your mason jar storage
I painted my board to match my bathroom with this lovely shade of purple.

 

Mason Jars, picture frame hangers, & some large pipe clamps
  O, & you might need one of these.. a hubby! haha He was such a big help figuring
out the placement of the jars for me.. Have I ever mentioned how amazing
my husband is? Love him more than anything in the world..

Mason Jar love…

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  I hope you liked my Mason Jar storage as much as I do! Am I the only one who loves Mason Jars this much?! There has to be more people out there who love them as much as I do! Let me know if you love them as well & go to the Liz Marie Blog Facebook page & share pictures or comments of mason jar love.


Comments

  1. I love this idea! Great post and thanks for sharing. Going to pass this along to my friend that recently moved to a new house.

  2. LOVE LOVE THIS. ( i all capped it for a reason)

  3. I love the storage idea! :) I, too, love mason jars! My living room/kitchen is done in a primitive, patriotic, Americana theme, and mason jars were my bessst friends!

  4. LOVE this! Thanks for sharing your creativity!!!

  5. jacin {lovely little details} says:

    WOW!!!!!!! i LOVE this!!!!!

  6. Tracy@mybestbeautybuys says:

    Awesome, I love the look of a Mason jar. Simple yet it works!

  7. Love this smart idea!

  8. Inna xoxo says:

    no way jose! i LOVE mason jars! they make cute vases! fun cups for lemonade and drinks on summer day bbqs and parties, etc!! this is also suchh a good idea for an office!

    xoxo inna :)

  9. Liz Marie says:

    Thank you ladies!!! Glad you liked it. I'm so gladd you like it Inna!! one in the office would be very cute! I want to make one for all my craft supplies.. lordy that's going to need a lot of mason jars.. haha xx Liz Marie

  10. Liz Marie says:

    Jacin, I knew you would looove the mason jars!! & Chelsey that would be so cute in your kitchen.. I think Mason Jars can be very patriotic! If you have any pics you should post them on my facebook fan page! xx Liz Marie

  11. Paper Moss says:

    this is so amazing. i've seen some things like this before, but *never* this cute. so excited to have found this post!!

  12. Marie@PoutyPinkPrincess says:

    LOVE this!! I'm obsessed with mason jars…we use them as our glasses and my brothers always make fun of me! This is definitely on my list though!!

  13. Enjoying this beautiful life we've created says:

    Very cute idea! I'm in love with mason jars too, in fact, I just blogged about it yesterday and one of my mason jar projects! Check it out here http://jenniferreneederr.blogspot.com/

  14. MOMMA CORNISH says:

    where would u get mason jars from?

  15. Jacenda LeeAnn says:

    Girl, you are so damn crafty and creative! *lol* That is super cute! XX

  16. Thanks everyone!! I hope you all try to make one yourselves.. I want to see some!! o, and I got my Mason Jars from walmart.. I believe they were 20 for 8 dollars.. Wow! so cheap! Thanks again everyone.. love you all!! xx

  17. Inna xoxo says:

    hahahah! "lordy, thats gonna be alot of mason jars!" hahaha! love it!
    Im huntin for my new project already! Im itching to refinish something! xoxo inna :)

  18. Koco & Viking says:

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  19. Toesthattwinkle! says:

    I love this idea! I found you on the blog hop and now Im following you! Please check out my blog and follow me, http://toesthattwinkle.blogspot.com/

  20. Kelly~ Wave of Life Surf Studio says:

    I absolutely love mason jars- very creative!! Hi~ I am your newest follower from the blog hop & would love it if you stopped by and returned the love :)

    http://waveoflifesurfstudio.blogspot.com/

  21. I'm Not a Trophy Wife says:

    love this! I love the clamps. I'm a new follower from Friday's blog hop. Would love a follow back. Thanks, laura

  22. I love Love LOVE mason jars!!
    Visiting from the blog hop. I'm so glad I found your blog.
    Enjoy your weekend.
    Nancy
    http://discoverdirectselling.blogspot.com/

  23. billiemonster says:

    Nope, you're not the only one who loves mason jars that much haha! I love them too! I really love what you did with them here – looks great!

    I'm a new follower from Friendly Friday! :O)

    ~ http://www.billiemonster.com ~

  24. Super cute & functional! I love this idea :)
    Stopping by from Frugal Friday Blog Hop.
    http://www.bbgoad.com

  25. Hello! Cool Idea

    Found you on a blog hop and am your newest follower – Would love for you to check out my blog and follow back if you like it.

    Check out my "retail therapy" giveaways and enter a few, there are some great products to win.

    I also have a fantastic weekly blog hop.

    http://retailtherapylounge.blogspot.com
    or
    http://www.retail-therapy-lounge.com

    Carol

  26. Very cool!
    I'm following from the blog hop.
    I'd love a follow back at http://www.mikaspantry.blogspot.com
    Thanks,
    Mika

  27. Hello Liz Marie,

    Great post! I love any form of stylish organization, so this is a great tip. I love it when mason jars are used as drinking glasses–there's just something fun about it!

    I'm following from http://welltodoyou.blogspot.com/, please check us out sometime. We have lots of fun giveaways, too!

  28. Laura PARING DOWN says:

    Hey there!

    This is so cute. I love mason jars myself and have two gorgeous aqua jars I inherited from my mom. Love them as storage jars.

    I'm your newest follower via the Pink Dandy blog hop.

    I hope you'll follow me back at http://www.paringdown.com

    :) Laura

  29. Following you from Say Hi Sunday! Would love for you to follow back @ http://thasuburbanhousewife.blogspot.com

  30. Bird in a Tree Creations says:

    Howdy! I'm a new follower from Pink Dandy Blog hop. I love the jar ideas! I am always saving jars to use for something. Come check me out.
    http://birdinatreecreations.blogspot.com/
    Have a great week- Kelly

  31. i love me some mason jars! its like instant charm, you know…stick some flowers in them, plop them anywhere…sip some sweet tea and pow!!!! you're got some southern charm :)

    I'm a new follower from the Say Hi blog hop :) glad to have found you

    http://www.cammostylelove.blogspot.com

  32. LESAPEA MUSINGS says:

    Loving the header by the way as well.

    Lisa @ Lesapea xx

  33. This is so awesome! I think I'm going to have to use this idea when I move into my boyfriend's house, storage space is hard to find!

  34. The Autocrat: Haley says:

    You're a genius!

  35. I love, love, love it!! I always liked the look of Mason Jars, I just didn't know how to use them :)
    Shelley

  36. Moms of all Trades says:

    LOVE THIS! I am featuring it on my blog
    http://www.momsofalltrades.blogspot.com

    Thanks

  37. Those are really neat! Stopping by from Say Hi Sunday
    jen @ messhalltobistro.blogspot.com

  38. Marjory Steele Skousen says:

    I have a ton of mason jars, and two teenage girls. PERFECT, the project is on! So glad I found you on the Blog if Forward. I'm following you, and I hope you'll come by and follow me too.

  39. Great! I ❤ them!…can't wait to read more of your posts!
    Found you on the blog hop…

    Would ❤ to hear from you too! :-)

    Best Regards!

    Chic & Sassy Homemaker
    http://chicsassymom.blogspot.com

  40. Very cool DIY..new follower, stop over at http://sew-chic-designs.blogspot.com/ when you have the time- thanks so much!!

  41. What a neat idea! I'd love to do one of these for our bathroom if it wasn't so darn small — sigh.

  42. I love this. I think I'm going to try something like this in my craft room. I'm your newest follower from the blog hop! I'd love for you to come visit!

    http://theloops13.blogspot.com/

  43. I LOVE Mason jars! and I LOVE this. I saw your link up at Tatertots and Jello. I'm having a giveaway at http://www.masonsroost.blogspot.com

  44. Tracy's Trinkets and Treasures/Treasured Moments says:

    This is too cute. How smart of you. Saw you at Sunday Showcase. Love your header too.

  45. Lauren @ YoungNester says:

    Great idea! I'm a new follower and would love for you to link up to my Ten Buck Tuesday link parties with any of your projects!

  46. That is so cool! I have mason jars in my bathroom too, but never thought to mount them on the wall! Great solution!

  47. Laurel {Make and Takes} says:

    Genius! I'd love for you to submit this over at the M&T Spotlight: http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight

  48. The Teacher's Wife says:

    What a NEAT idea!! Following you from the blog hop! Feel free to visit back at http://www.survivingateacherssalary.blogspot.com

  49. What a great idea,
    thanks for sharing.
    I can picure them with a bunch of fresh picked wild flowers.

  50. I love this idea and it looks great too. I'm hosting We're Organized Wednesday through Saturday and would love for you to join the party if you get a chance.

  51. I love this! My husband collects vintage mason jars and this is SO awesome! I can't wait to show him so he can help me make one!

  52. I love mason jars too! What a great idea. I'm your newest follower. I'm having my 1st link party tomorrow (Monday) it would be great if you would stop by and add your project. http://diyhshp.blogspot.com

  53. Lindy@Itsy Bitsy Paper says:

    I love this! Mason jars are just timeless. Thanks for sharing.
    http://itsybitsypaper.blogspot.com

  54. Jenn @livegreenlovemuch says:

    Does anyone NOT like mason jars? Great idea, thanks for sharing.

  55. Michelle@Somedaycrafts says:

    This is awesome! I would love a few of these throughout my house! I am featuring this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com. Grab my "featured" button.

  56. Craftberry Bush says:

    So cute! I saw one similar to this on Pinterest and
    Pinned it for the future , I'm glad you provided
    A tutorial. ThAnks! Xo

  57. I love mason jars so much I got into a bidding war over some at a silent auction once. Of course, I won them! DH's grandma was a huge canner and I have all of her jars. Always looking for ways to display them. Thanks for the SUPER cute idea!

  58. MommyMeagan says:

    WHat a GREAT project! Thanks for sharing

  59. Love this idea! I love Mason Jars too :)

  60. Cami @ You Seriously Made That says:

    So stylish! I love this idea so much! I am featured it on my blog today http://youseriouslymadethat.blogspot.com/2011/02/sunday-feature.html

    Feel free to come by and check it out :)

  61. Clever, functional, and attractive…you won the trifecta with this! Great job!

  62. This is such a cool, useful idea :) I would love for you to come on over and link up to MMM today or tomorrow!

  63. dearchild_x says:

    Super cute idea. How did you attach the pipe clamps to the board?

  64. Such an amazing idea to use the jars for storage! I love mason jars!!
    I featured this on my blog today! Come check it out:
    http://justbeckause.blogspot.com/2011/03/blog-head-monday.html

    Happy Monday!
    <3 Becky
    justbeckause.blogspot.com

  65. Mich Sanford says:

    LOVE this project. I just completed my version of YOUR fabulous idea.
    http://slapdashmadcap.blogspot.com/
    check it out if you get a chance.

  66. Stacey@A Sort Of Fairytale says:

    very cool! i love vintage aqua mason jars and think this would be cute with those too…not as frugal, but cute!

  67. Hi, I'm Suz!! says:

    I love these!! Totally!!

    Put this together with the jars girls are tinting and voila!!! Instant Cuteness!!!

    Hugs ~~ Suz
    http://www.inspiringcreativeness.blogspot

  68. Lauren {Land of Douglas} says:

    Love this! We recently moved and I can't wait to do something like this for our Master Bathroom. Thanks for sharing!

  69. Mason Jars for EVERYTHING is my motto. What a great project! Thanks for linking up to tickled pink…I am a new follower!
    Holly
    504 Main

  70. ashley @ sunnysideshlee.com says:

    Visiting from Hernando House! Love this idea, looks great!

  71. Shandell's says:

    just found you at the nest

    wonderful creativity, i will use this in my studio and home.

  72. Object of Maya*ffection says:

    LOVE! What a GREAT fun fresh idea!

  73. Creative Escapes says:

    This is adorable! I love this – I need to find the perfect place in one of my bathrooms!

  74. BeingBrook says:

    Love this idea!! Perfect for a bathroom or even over the kitchen sink to hold soap and scrub brushes!

  75. Holley V says:

    What a cool idea! I'll definitely have to try this!

  76. Felicia says:

    Never thought about using them outside of the kitchen for storage. Man am I in trouble now.

    I already use them for tons of storage in my panty. All my baking stuff, (baking powder, soda, noodles, rice, beans, and etc) get put into mason jars for storage. I just love the way it looks all nice and pretty sitting in the pantry. So much better than boxes and cans.

  77. Charcoal and crayons says:

    What a great idea! Creating something so lovely out of ordinary objects requires true talent. Thank you for the inspiration.

    Andrea

  78. Funky Junk Interiors says:

    Awesome idea! I think I need to try this one.. :)

    Donna

  79. The Hopeless Romantic says:

    I love it, and may just have to copy this one, lol!……im enjoying exploring ur blog, Bonnie

  80. I love mason jars too! Looks great!

  81. Love it!!!

  82. http://livingatthewhiteheadszoo.blogspot.com/ says:

    New follower! I found you on the friday fb hop but now I'm liking you on fb and following you GFC I'm loving your blog!! Fixing to put this on my to do list LOVE IT.

    Thanks for sharing your creativeness.
    Amber You can find me at
    http://livingatthewhiteheadszoo.blogspot.com
    & My FB at
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Gainesville-FL/Living-at-the-Whiteheads-Zoo/148541768539534

  83. Kourtney says:

    This is awesome. When we move into our new place I will totally be doing this along with several of your other tutorials for makeup storage! They are all SO creative.

  84. Erin @ {BeautyAndTheBeach} says:

    Omg! What a GREAT idea! I think I may have to do this! ;-)

  85. Coffee Queen says:

    What a great idea. I could so use something like this in my craft room. Hmmm…I can see a trip to Lowe's in my near future. Thanks for the inspiration.

  86. Inspire Me Heather says:

    Neat, I would have never thought to do that! I linked this to my Mason jars post too – well done!

  87. Beansieleigh says:

    LOVE this idea! Thanks for sharing it, and have a great weekend! ~tina

  88. What a clever idea you rock! Thank you so much for sharing this idea with all of us!
    hugs

  89. http://livingatthewhiteheadszoo.blogspot.com/ says:

    We made your shelf!! Twice =) Love them and your blog.

    http://livingatthewhiteheadszoo.blogspot.com/2011/05/mason-jar-diy-shelves.html

    Amber

  90. Anonymous says:

    this may be a silly question but are you using the picture frame hangers exactly? are you using them to hang this piece on the wall or are you somehow using them to hang the mason jars so that they are detachable?

  91. I've been dying to recreate this! I'm just trying to get the hang of painting the mason jars first. Once it's done it will be perfect for decluttering my bathroom sink!

  92. great idea!!! it would be so cute in a bathroom! I'm definitely going to try this!

  93. The Old Block House says:

    I love this! Sharing a link to it in my blog post today about our blue jar giveaway.

    http://theoldblockhouse.blogspot.com/2011/07/celebration-giveaway-with-old-blue-jars.html

    gertie @ The Old Block House

  94. I love these so much! I just bought some old mason jars at a flea market this weekend – I think I've found their purpose! :)

  95. I am soooo doing this, THIS week!!!!! WOOT! So excited! Thank you for this, we have ZERO storage in our bathroom~

  96. Homemade is Love says:

    I look this look and would like to made one myself. But I'm research the pipe clamps, and shat size number of clamp did you use?
    Thanks,
    Kimberly

  97. This is great! I'm going to make it for my children's art supplies. Love your blog.

  98. bloomingsisters says:

    Sheer Genius!!!!! This will be the new storage for all the zippers, sewing tools, notions, etc. in my sewing studio!!!! Off the cutting table, sewing table, etc. and up on the wall they go, yay, some more elbow room where I never seem to have enough!!! Thank you….Also, going to be great for a couple of the granddaughters to store all their hair thingies…that in itself will also be a gift for their moms…some tidiness and a place they can find what they are looking for! Thanks so much. Love it!!!! and I love Mason Jars as well!!!! ♥
    Louise
    Slave To My Needles

  99. Anonymous says:

    For all of you that are curious. I believe that there was a missed step. You must screw the pipe clam into the board, if you have a pipe clam w/ smaller groves stretch one out but not too big. Then screw from the inside of the pipe clam to the board. I believe that the picture hangers are to hang actual board. After 2 hours with all the supplies that were stated that were needed there was no way the mason jars were secure or even staying on board with the picture hangers. Maybe others knew this, but I didn't.. Hope this helps anyone stuggling to finish this project. Does look neat though once done!

  100. I love this idea. I, too, love Mason jars. In fact, I love jars of all shapes and sizes, especially small ones. I sometimes buy a product just so I can use the jar when all the jelly or whatever is used up.

  101. Janel@hatingmartha says:

    You are responsible for this? This keeps recycling on my pinterest. I have never pinned it. But…it sits in the back of my head. I am so excited to have found your blog…swoon!

  102. I am going to do this. I have my q-tips, cotton balls and such in mason jars already just on a shelf but I love this idea!

  103. Did this with a thick ribbon cover for the pipe holders, still showcases the mason jar but without the industrial look!

  104. diane mcvey says:

    Love your idea! Fantastic. I am also a Mason Jar junkie! Love them for so many things…including food storage (dried beans, vanilla beans, pasta, etc) In fact I’ve been trying to get to the store to get some 1/2 gallon ones. They are super awesome! Thanks for sharing your great idea. I saw it on Pinterest!

  105. Cheryl Drohan says:

    Hi! I love this idea! How did you/husband attach the metal clamps to the board? screws?

  106. My whole lif my dad has always used left over jars to organoze his shed.
    Just screw or nail the lid to the bottom of a high shelf with
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    Next just twist the jar onto the lid lile u would the lid the jar.
    Great space saver and organizer

  107. how did you attach the pipe clamps to the wood using picture hangers?! I can’t figure it out!

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