How to Organize Bathroom Vanity Cabinet

How to Organize Bathroom Vanity Cabinet

In the morning run to get a hold out the door each morning, it can be a challenge to keep your bathroom vanity prearranged and tidy. Hair brushes, makeup, bath linens and clothing fast pile up on the bathroom vanity top. Whether you have lots of storage space or need to make the most of each inch in your bathroom vanity, organize your bath vanity make things easier your life and allow you to come home to a dirt free space.

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Organize Your Bathroom Vanity:

1. Start with an empty slate. Clear off your bathroom vanity, surroundings all, bottles and other items in a box or storage bin. Fresh the bathroom vanity counters with an all purpose cleaner. Not only does this give you a fresh opening point, it allows you to see in your mind's eye the space you have and get organized.

2. Put loose items in more good-looking containers. Place cotton balls, cotton swabs and bathroom salts in clear glass medicine jars or other nice-looking containers. This allows you to see the stuff but keeps them organized and off the bath vanity countertop.

3. Take benefit of vacant storage. If your bathroom vanity has fixed-in storage, organize your, hair products and personal toiletries into enthusiastic drawers or cabinets. If you have space, store up these items on a shelf or lower than the vanity. If you do not have near space, just line up some decorative baskets along the backside of the vanity. The baskets will hide from view many of the products, giving your counter a tidy look.

4. Organize soaps and toothbrushes. If your bathroom vanity includes a sink, be sure you have soap dishes and toothbrush holders, so your soap and brushes aren't immediately two-faced next to the sink.

 

Bath Organization Tips:

 

1. Swathe a towel next to your bathroom vanity and use it every day to quickly wipe down the counter. This can help ring a bell to put all your private items away every day, since you cannot easily wipe up a messy counter.

2. Think installing a medicine cabinet, hair-dryer holder and towel holder to make the most of vertical wall space near your bathroom vanity. All of this matter free up costly counter space and also keep items you use every day easily accessible. If you cannot install any bath furniture, also due to rent limitations or lack of tools, consider adding shelving or stackable storage containers below your sink so that you can still take benefit of the accessible vertical space.

 

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