DIY Recycled Bathroom Organizer

Today, I am sharing an easy DIY Recycled Bathroom Organizer that you can make with things from your recycling bin and scraps from your garage.
For this project, I used old jars, an old board, some wire and two faucet knobs. *I used jars that had "grooves" around the top of it so the wire had something to hang on to.
I drilled holes in the old board that were a little smaller than the faucet knobs. That way, when I screwed the knobs into the wood, it really fit snug.
Then, I wrapped the wire around the jars and used more wire to make a "handle". I hung the jars on the faucet knobs and that's it!
Now, we have a recycled and pretty storage piece for cotton swabs and cotton balls.

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2 questions
  • Jan5777457
    Jan5777457
    on Aug 7, 2016

    How did you fasten the knobs to the board

    • Diena Cameron
      Diena Cameron
      on Sep 21, 2017

      Sidney Ripple McLaughlin, great idea with the idea of knobs BTW. So for those of us who aren't lucky enough to have faucet knobs like those, just buy some furniture knobs that are reproduction faucet knobs. Very cute Lindley Eidahl. Love this idea, very farmhouse chic .)
  • Karen
    Karen
    on Sep 21, 2017

    Love the faucet hooks.......but I think you'll have to go back to the drawing board on the mason jars.....how your hands gonna fit in there to get stuff out?
    • Margaet may
      Margaet may
      on Jun 28, 2020

      Also glass jars in a bathroom with kids or elderly not a good idea. But it looks cute

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  • Berni
    Berni
    on Oct 15, 2019

    Going to do this.. thanks a nifty idea

  • Colleen
    Colleen
    on May 29, 2020

    I would not hang glass jars in a bathroom, they could fall and break in an area where a lot of people are barefoot, would be better to use a plastic jar.

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