Bathroom Storage Solutions To Organize Bathroom Drawers
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Need to organize bathroom drawers? Looking for bathroom storage solutions? Makeup organization ideas? Here's exactly how to get from this before photo to the after photo!
Below you'll find the step-by-step process I used with one of my clients to completely rearrange her bathroom drawers into organized dream spaces as well as the organizing products we used. Happy reading!
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My Client's Bathroom Drawer - Before
This is my client's deep bathroom drawer. As you can see, it's a mix
of different kinds of toiletries and it was really hard for her to
Here's how we organized it all to provide easy access to every item in the drawer.
1. We took one item out at a time,
...decided if it was worth keeping (i.e. expired, empty, etc.), and then either threw it away or put it in a pile with other like items. By doing this, we combined the purge and sort steps into one seamless process. We did this until the drawer was empty and what she was keeping was sorted into piles by category (i.e. first aid, soap, etc.).
2. Then we gave the empty drawer a good cleaning,
...and we let it dry.
3. Next, we utilized bathroom storage solutions to divide up the space in this deep drawer.
We used a drawer divider from The Container Store like this one. The expandable feature made it easy to fit it into the drawer and offered some options as to how to position it.
Organize Bathroom Drawers with Dividers
There are tons of drawer organizers out there, so choose according to your style and needs. Consider the color, the material, trays versus modular and so on.
Glass Jar with Brushed Stainless Steel Lid
As you can see in the after photo, we used glass jars like this one to hold cotton balls and cotton swabs. By putting them in the deep drawer, we were able to save counter space.