Your toiletry products tend to get wet pretty easily, with their convenient-yet-unfortunate placement in your bathroom. But all this wetness can cause bacteria buildup on the bottles or products. Fortunately, there is a simple solution for that!
You can always repurpose your bottle drying rack into a bathroom multi-tasker. This works well to dry hand soaps, so they don’t stay wet, and you can also set your toothbrushes in them.
Hold Onto Your LEGO
Who would have thought that our childhood toys could one day be repurposed into a key organizer?
There are so many ways your can turn these little blocks into something more, from holding your cords, to storing your keys and stationery. The options are endless!
If you have awkward clusters of cotton wool balls, ear cotton swabs, or other loose items stretched out over your bathroom, then you might want to store them in mason jars.
Mason jars are great for storing little items. Not only are they made of glass, which means they're clean and easy to see through, but they're also easy to shelf on your walls.
Use Your Ceiling Space
Did you know you can unlock a whole new level of storage in your garage by using your ceiling? All you need to do is install shelving from the ceiling.
Many hardware stores will have ready-made systems. Otherwise, you can look for tutorials online if you're up for a challenge.
Drawer Space Divider
It's time we have the talk. The talk about empty takeout containers. It's nice you're trying to go green and reuse those plastic containers, but letting them pile up in the kitchen drawer you never open does not constitute reusing.
The chaotic mess in that drawer can be contained (get it? contained? containers? ugh, never mind) using a nice tension rod and a little effort. Separate the containers by color/size/material/political opinion, or however else you see fit.