Bathroom Organizational Tips

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Bathroom Organizational Tips 

I decided to share a few Bathroom Organizational Tips, with projects that I have been meaning to do but ran out of time. Coming off the hustle and bustle of all the holiday festivities, I found a few areas that we sadly neglected.

Did you know that January is one of the primary months that we choose to organize spaces in our home? I guess after all the holiday celebrations everyone just wants a clean fresh start to the New Year. I personally think we should organize throughout the entire year but to go along with the whole January is organizational month thing, I will share with you my favorite Bathroom Organizational Tips for under the counter spaces, my makeup drawer and how I house all of our first aid supplies and medicines.

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Bathroom cabinet Organization JENRON DESIGNSFirst we will start with the under the counter space in my powder room. As you can see from my before picture, everything was pretty much just shoved under the counter. During the busy holidays the Powder Room had to accommodate all of our guest traffic. Therefore, we had an over supply of toilet paper, Kleenex, soap, room spray and towels. Along with our regular cleaning supplies, that are always housed under each and every sink in our home. This poor cabinet was out of control, and I cringed at the thought of one of my guests actually opening it up to retrieve something. Bathroom Cabinet Organization After JENRON DESIGNSI decided that a simple storage basket would streamline all the supplies and give it a cleaner, more polished look. I also decided to go with a larger basket so that I could actually store everything including the paper products and cleaning supplies inside. The towels are now able to sit neatly stacked in the basket as well. Leaving a bit more room for the bathmats, which are not normally utilized, in the back of the cabinet. Now if one of my visitors decided to look under my cabinet for something I would not feel embarrassed by the unorganized chaos that was there previously.Another great organization tool is this shipping box which also doubles as the perfect storage drawer from Cozy Earth,which I got with a shipment of their AMAZING NEW Waffle Towels. These towels also the perfect addition for any bathroom and I promise you are going to love them! You can also save 40% off your entire order with my CODE: JENRONDESIGN40 Makeup Drawer Organization Before JENRON DESIGNSNext, I want to share with you my personal vanity drawer where I store all of my makeup. As you can see the previous layout was not very conducive for a quick rush out the door application. Not to mention, every time I would shut the drawer, all of my round tubes would roll to the back of drawer. Creating a mess the next time I opened the drawer.Makeup Drawer Organization JENRON DESIGNSI found these great multi sized bamboo tray’s at The Container Store. They are absolutely perfect to organize any makeup drawer. Several sizes and lengths allow you to create a custom layout and they are a shallow enough to fit in a vanity drawer, which believe me is a challenge to find.  I decided to keep each type of product together in specific bamboo trays for ease of locating when I might be in a rush.  So all my lipsticks are together, with lip pencils, and all my eyeliners are together with my mascara’s. Not only does this streamline the layout to save you time but it also keeps your items in the same place every time. No more searching in the back of drawer for that waterproof mascara your only going to use when you go to the pool.

Organizational Tip: I always choose to sort through my makeup at the beginning of each year. Since makeup does expire, I find that keeping the same routine of tossing out the old and purchasing new is a great way to start off the new year. Plus, after the holidays you may have received some new things you want to put into rotation. 

Apothcary Storage: Organization JENRON DESIGNSAnother bathroom organizational trick I really love to do, is hiding everyday things in plain site. I find that as long as you make it look pretty, you can actually place groupings of similar things together in a pretty apothecary jar or basket and leave them out in plain site.  These are a couple of my favorite examples of this concept. Maybe you have a ton of fun lotions you have acquired from hotels or spa trips take them all and place them in a pretty apothecary jar and leave them out of your vanity or next to your sink. Bath Bomb Storage JENRON DESIGNSAnother great example is how I store my bath products, as seen my post Art of the Perfect Bath. I love to use the LUSH bath bombs or Dr. Teal’s Bath Salts. I have decided to display both of these items and store them in glass apothecary jars. They live in the corner of my jetted tub, instead of some silk plant that just gets dusty or rolls of towels that only get wet from a bath.  These glass jars are pretty and decorative at the same time.  The keep the salts and bombs from getting accidentally wet as well. Apothcary Jars JENRON DESIGNSAnother cute way to organize and display at the same time in your bathroom is a pretty tiered tray or cake stand. Here I have used a a vintage style tiered tray to hold all my perfume fragrances and facial care products I use daily at my sink top. It keeps the items looking pretty and appealing to the eye but easily accessible at the same time. Perfume Organization JENRON DESIGNSI also love to use found objects to like this great dough bowl below, that I am using on my tub as soap dish or bath caddy. It is the perfect size to house all your favorite soaps and loofahs for bath time, while keeping everything nice and organized. It is also convenient for moving several items at one time between locations in your bathroom like this set of face masks, I may use them in the tub or at the sink, but this handy tray allows me to grab them all at a single time. Bathroom Organization JENRON DESIGNSThe final space I would like to show you, is our first aid and medical supplies. This is an area that can get out control quickly. Maybe you had a cold and bought one of every over the counter medicine known to man, to clear it up. Just because you are over the cold, you don’t just toss out half empty bottles of medicine, no you store them for next time. Just like the first aid supplies; band aids never go bad nor does gauze, tape or ace bandages. Linen Closet Organization Before JENRON DESIGNS

This is so simple, I used plastic shoe containers from The Container Store, I labeled them with the category of the contents inside.  Below I have listed out my labels and what is housed in each, so I can easily grab the box that I need and it is stocked with all the similar items. The plastic totes are great and keeps any liquid medications from leaking or spilling into the closet. (which I had happen once with a basket, so I learned the hard way)

  • First Aid- Band Aids, Gauze Pads,  Tape, Antibiotic Cream, Burn Cream, Peroxide and Alcohol.
  • Medicines- Pain Relievers, Antacids, Anti Diarrhea and leftover Prescription Medications
  • Cold & Flu- Cough Drops, Cold Medicines, Vicks, Nasal Spray, and lip balm.
  • Back & Muscle Pain- Heat Patches, Icy Hot, & Tiger Balm
  • Sunscreen- Sunscreen, Aloe After Sun Care, Ivy Dry and Itch Sticks
  • Travel Supplies- This houses all the small travel size containers, samples size products, etc.
  • Razor & Toothbrush Refills- This keeps those refill cartridges from getting scattered all of the closet.
  • Ace Bandages-  all rolled up and secured, plus the ankle bands and wrist bands

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I recently changed up the way my Master Bathroom Linen closet was organized during The One Room Challenge. I added in a Apothecaries chest to replace all of these individual containers and consolidated into one cabinet. I kept the same type of categories for the drawers listed above, as seen below but it freed up a ton more space inside the closet for towels and storage of arger toiletries.

Honestly this was a huge game changer for us and we were lucky to have the space to accommodate this cabinet. If you have the space I highly recommend it, but if not the shoebox method above still works great too for small closets.

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  1. LamBam

    I love this article and it’s so needed at this time as am planning organising my bathroom 🚽 and this has so much helped me and inspire me to want to take the look to the next level .

  2. Great ideas for organising your bathroom. I love the idea of the glass containers and that it’s ok to leave out your everyday items if you put them in a pretty container. That’s my weekend task sorted!

  3. I love bath bombs also! I never thought to put them in apothecary jars! That is so pleasing to the eyes… I can’t wait to do that in my bathroom! I also love the bamboo trays you use to organize all of your makeup!

  4. Suja aka Sindhuja Kumar

    Great idea especially I love the separate containers you used in the drawer for storing the makeup items. I should try this. Thanks for sharing these awesome tips with us.

  5. These are great tips! Thank you so much for sharing! My favorite tip is the Dr. Teal’s Bath Salts! I’m wanting to get a glass jar to put them in now!

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    Girl your house is so organized, and I just love the ideas your shared in this post. Thanks!

  9. Gwendolyn

    I must show my thanks to you yet again for another really great post. This one is full of great ideas and organizational tips for the bathroom. I love that you use the glass jars to display things that are pretty and useful at the same time. I will not think twice to recommend your site to anyone!

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    There are some attention-grabbing details in this article, but my favorite is the apothecary jars with everyday items as decoration. Good article, thanks again and as always you know we want more! Added to FeedBurner as properly

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  13. Virginia Stebbs

    Wonderful idea I love those glass jars with the bath bombs and lotions. I think I could find a home for those in my bathroom.

  14. Audrey Lee

    Thanks again for providing many great ideas. I am always so impressed with the things that you come up with on your page.This is something I can not wait to add to my bathroom. I went online to look for apothecary jars today. 🙂

  15. Ashley Turner

    I discovered your weblog site on google and I love it. This post alone is worth it’s weigh in gold. I am totally putting all my little lotions into a jar, and what a organized way to keep your medicines and first items, brilliant I say brilliant.

  16. Crafty Minks

    Nice post. I like to learn one new thing a day on the on different blogs I visit. This is really a wonderful idea to organize the greeting cards. I remember having one of those boxes from Hallmark too, but it got lost in the move. Thanks again for sharing.

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  18. mama 3.0

    I used to be more organized than I am now with 3 kids. I tell you they really suck life right out of you. However these are easy to add ideas to make a bathroom a little bit more organized, even though I can not put anything glass in there bathroom, they know to stay out of mine, lol. I’ve you bookmarked to check out new stuff you blog post.

  19. Little Farmgirl

    Nice post. I have been studying a few of your post today, since I had a little me time. You tips for organizing First aid and medical supplies are really great. I think I will do this soon. Thanks for sharing.

  20. Val Newberry

    Those apothecary jars are a game changer for me. We love the LUSH bath bombs for the girls and If I could display them in something pretty, up high on the counter in my bathroom maybe they would quite playing with them on the floor in there bathroom. Here’s to hoping. Thanks for all of the efforts on this post.

  21. Iris Schaffer

    This is a wonderful post. I must say thanks for sharing. I can see using many of your tips in my own bathroom.

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  25. Kendra Maytree

    I need to thank you this post is changing the way I will organize my bathroom. Such a good idea to use glass jar to display items you use often. I also think the way you organized the first supplies is brilliant.

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  27. Ansley

    I am typically not the one to organize a lot of things into subcategories, but I do like how you grouped the lotions and bath bombs into glass jars. They really look pretty.

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  29. Heather

    I wish I could keep my bathroom more organized and clean but I can barely keep band aids in the first aid kit, much less organize it. You really inspire me.

  30. Gayle Curtis

    I am typically not one to leave a lot on my counter tops but I got to tell you I like the large glass jars for the bath bombs. They are pretty and functional.

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  34. The Delightful Farmhouse

    I am in love with those large apothecary jars!!!!!!!!! OMG I am so doing this in my bathroom. I also love that your used a sheet as a scoop for your bath salts….. I mean who are you!!!! LOL

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  40. Jennie Mayes

    Can I simply say what great ideas you have! I love the first air organizational bins that is brilliant.

  41. Katie Moore

    I love those big apothecary jars with bath bombs and salts! They are pretty and functional, such a great idea.

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  52. Erin

    Just checking out a few of your other posts while I am here. Organization is clearly your thing. I am not sure you have a messy room in your home. Great post I am adding you to my new reader so I can find you easily without having to search for you. 🙂 You are the beat at what you do!

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  55. Sarah

    What a great way to keep up with bathroom chores too.

  56. 42 herber

    So many great ideas and easy to do tips for the bathroom. I always enjoy dropping in to see what you have been up too. Today I have gather some really good ideas for my home.

  57. Junkman’s Daughter

    I feel more organized just reading your post. I have so many ideas swirling roundly head now, we’ve got you to give thanks to for that. Many thanks for all the pieces of information!

  58. Neve' Fitzspatrick

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  60. Maysz

    So many great ideas, but would not expect anything less from you Jen!

  61. Hope

    I love all your organization tips, you really have great ideas.

  62. Linda@whadadeal

    Hi there! I could have sworn I’ve been to this site before but after going through many of the articles I realized it’s new to me. Nonetheless, I’m certainly delighted I discovered it and I’ll be bookmarking it and checking back often!

  63. Jan Kerby

    Great post! I love that your use everyday items to decorate with, it makes you home seem very livable, not overly staged. Yet but keeping your towels folded pretty in basket or bath salts in a glass jar verse a bag it still gives the looks of a decorated space like a magazine.

  64. Jen

    You have so many wonderful ideas and I really enjoyed this post. It is my first time to your site and I can say I will be adding your to new feed, since I like what I see.

  65. Jelane

    You are so spot on with this write-up, awesome tips and great ideas! I honestly believe this amazing site needs a great deal more attention. I’ll be back again to see more soon, thanks for the info!

  66. Plenty of great tips here, I love the apothecary jars for storage they are decorative and functional.

  67. Kristina Gavigan

    This is a great post full of some really great tips for a bathroom. I love those apothecary jars.

  68. I too have recently settled! I hate mess! But now that I see your organization, I think I’m going to lose it hihi

  69. Lots of great ideas here! And who doesn’t need some inspiration on how to organized their bathroom drawers, cupboards, and countertops?!

  70. I love how you organized your bathroom. Those see-through plastic containers are so helpful. We use them in our shed to store items we rarely use.

  71. I Iove these organizational tips! I love storing things in glass jars where you can see them I also label containers in our closet as well! I’ve been eyeing a tiered shelf for the bathroom sink too! Love that look!

  72. Great ideas! I love little bins and acrylic holders in my bathroom. They provide so much storage space and everything looks so clean!

  73. The make up drawer and those tiered cake stands look awesome!

  74. Annetta

    We found your page from a different website and love it. Since I like what I see so now I am following you too. Look forward to finding out about your web page soon!

  75. Amber Myers

    I will keep these tips in mind. I do need to be better organized!

  76. Great tips! And a great reminder that something as simple as a basket can make things feel so much tidier.

  77. I’m a little obsessed in organizing my stuff! You have great storage there!

  78. Tisha

    I have a really small bathroom so this comes in handy!

  79. I was hoping to tackle my bathroom this weekend and was looking for some organizational tips to help. I’ll be following a lot of these to make the most out of my time.

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