Master Bathroom Organizing Ideas

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So, last week you may have see my post on bathroom organizing {here}. That post pretty much motivated me to get our master bathroom into shape. We are about to give our bathroom a complete makeover, but it will be easier now that I organized the entire room. I was also motivated because tomorrow is the first day of our Organize it Challenge, part of the Dog Days of Winter are over series, click {here} to read more about it! My bathroom needed a lot of help, because let’s face it, the bathroom is one of those rooms I can shut the door pretend the mess isn’t there… Don’t lie, I know I’m not the only one who does it 😉 Let’s take a peek at how I organized our lovely little master bathroom & I’ll share with you some master bathroom organizing ideas. Please don’t mind the lighting,  unfortunately other than a window in our shower, the room does not get any natural light…

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I bought all of these storage bins for underneath the cabinet at Target & to make things
better, they were all on clearance! I am usually not a black and white kind of person,
& these will not go with our master bathroom makeover, but they are under the cabinet
so that doesn’t matter right?



In the before photo, I literally had all of my hair and body products piled into one basket.
It was a mess to say the least, and so hard to find anything! I decided to sort the products
by body {lotions, face washes, body sprays} &  hair {conditioners, volumizers, creams, exd}
The chalkboard label stickers are from Staples, and I just stuck them directly onto the
containers & quickly labeled them.. easy easy!

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If I learned anything from this organizing process, it’s that I have way to many products & that now
that I am organized hopefully I will use up some of my products!!


For the other baskets, one is filled with towels and wash cloths. This is probably
not permanent since we are re-doing the bathroom, but for now it works great!
In the middle basket I have my hair tools & some everyday bathroom cleaners.
Now onto my dollar store tiered tray that I made to organize my counter…


This was really easy to make and it really is so nice to have all of my most
used items out in the open, but not messy. It has made getting

PicMonkey CollageThis tiered tray was really easy to make. I simply bought crystal candle stick holders,
metal trays, super glue, and a sponge brush all from the dollar store.
I painted the trays with regular valspar paint in {green water}. After the paint was dry,
I glued the candlesticks to the trays in the center. That’s it. So easy & can be used for
so many things {kitchen, bathroom, office, bedroom} The ideas are limitless!




Many of you may know, but I created a vanity closet in our master bathroom
complete with a vanity desk where I get ready & other organization DIY’s that I created
that help me stay organized daily…


This closet will also be getting a makeover when the rest of the bathroom does, but for
now.. this is what it looks like today. This closet was so large & we did not need that much
closet space, so we decided to take some of the shelving out and put in this vanity and
mirror. It seriously is life changing having a place to sit and get ready in our bathroom.


Inside the closet is my DIY magnetic makeup board that I made & you can read
more about {here}. It’s simply two metal sheets from Lowes that I painted.
I hung the magnetic sheets on the wall with a few small nails.
I hot glued magnetics on the backs of some of my most used
makeup, and they stick perfectly onto the magnetic sheets.
For the frame I simply hung it around the metal sheets…


For my nail polishes instead of throwing them all in a drawer, I created a nail polish rack
out of a spice rack {from World Market}…


Now, this rack would not fit all of my nail polishes, but it fits some of my favorites & I plan on just
purchasing another one to fit right underneath this one to fit the rest….



As far as my drawers go, I use these small white containers to organize my hair ties,
bobby pins, combs, and all of that fun stuff. Don’t mind my worn out brushes,
you can tell I use them a lot 😉




I hope you will all come back to the blog tomorrow to link up all of your organization posts
at our first linky party of the series…


When you link up to just {one} of our blogs, your submission will show up on all {9} of our blogs!
How awesome is that?? These linky parties are going to be a lot of fun, so start preparing your
posts for all of the other linky parties above! If you don’t have a blog, don’t feel left out! I welcome
you to link up all of your projects to my facebook page {here}. I can’t wait to party with you all!
What do you think of my bathroom organization? How do you organize your bathroom?
I’m pretty excited to re-do our bathroom, I love fresh starts!


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  8. I am truly addicted to makeup and thought why not make multiple makeup boards, like blush and contouring, eye shadow, foundation, etc that way it would be even more organized and easier to sort through and instead of hot gluing which often becomes a disaster for those of us who don’t do it often, why not use the stick on magnets, just make sure the backs of the jars are clean with a little alcohol and rag before affixing the magnetic strip. The magnet can be cut with a pair of scissors so you don’t obscure the name of the product when it comes time to refill.

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