Organizing + Housekeeping - Bathroom Clutter
Invest a few minutes sorting + categorizing all the clutter in your bathroom; what's in the drawers, under the sink, shelves, cabinets and countertops? Group like items together and use appropriate containers to 'cluster' them.
Published October 14th, 2012 7:09 AM
Sharon Huneycutt Harris on Oct 09, 2015I love your ideas here. But none of it works if it stays dusty. So having stuff on the counters in the bathroom needs to be at a minimum if possible because it gets dusty fast. With hairspray, powder, makeup, and dust from the breakdown of fabrics (towels especially), a bathroom is one of those places that gets dusty real fast. For baskets, I make sure they are something that can be put in the tub and rinsed off or even using a gentle brush with a little Murphy's oil soap. That wouldn't work well on a basket purse that has a lining that can't be removed. I love the look of the large glass jars but they can be a little hard to handle to wash in a small bathroom sink. Just some practicalities. I'm blessed with plenty of cabinet and drawer storage so I use it to keep things dust free and only put stuff on the countertops that's easy to keep clean. I use the plastic drawer storage for a lot of stuff and keep them in my cabinets.