Ultimate Organization: How To Take Your Bathroom Vanity to the Next Level

Ultimate Organization: How To Take Your Bathroom Vanity to the Next Level

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Dabney Frake
Feb 16, 2016

Makeup, hair dryer, toilet paper, soap — they're all necessary in the bathroom, but all those little things are the worst to corral in order to keep the space clean. If the clutter in your bathroom is getting a little out of control, turn to these eight ways to tame your stuff and make it findable, manageable, and beautifully organized.

(Image credit: House & Home)

Drawer Inserts: Keep all your little bits and pieces organized with drawer inserts. You'll never have to dig around for your favorite lipstick again when you have a specific spot for makeover, tweezers, and hair accessories. Above, House & Home showed this bathroom system with acrylic containers that keep it all collected yet still visible.

(Image credit: Martha Stewart)

Lazy Susans: These spinning beauties make finding all your bathroom products that much easier, without toppling what's in front of the cabinet to get to what's hiding out in the back. Martha Stewart used several ways to organize this cabinet.

(Image credit: Martha Stewart)

Door Organizers & Hooks: Shallow shelves installed on the backs of cabinet doors, or even simple hooks, opens up a whole new area for storage.

(Image credit: Better Homes & Gardens)

Shelf Dividers: Towels don't stand a chance of toppling over when they have sturdy structures to keep them upright. Built-in ones, like these from Better Homes & Gardens, aren't necessary. There are plenty of after-market solutions to buy.

(Image credit: Bliss At Home)

Pull-Out Trays: When you can slide all your products out of the vanity, it becomes much easier to see what you've got under there. Bliss at Home recently renovated her bathroom using a bunch of special vanity features.

(Image credit: This Beautiful Day)

Stacking Storage: When This Beautiful Day re-organized her bathroom vanity, she built upwards using stacking storage that takes advantage of

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