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These Incredibly Easy Storage Solutions Are Beauty Blogger-Approved

updated May 3, 2019
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If the bathroom drawers are overflowing, the bedroom dresser is buried under a pile of bottles and jars, and your closet door unable to shut because its so stuffed, it may be time to rethink your current beauty supply storage setup. But don’t be under the impression that this kind of organization undertaking has to be expensive. The very easy and affordable storage ideas in this beauty blogger’s home could be be just the solution you need to tame your products and accessories!

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As a beauty blogger with over a million Instagram followers, Andreea Cristina of Simply Andreea has a lot of beauty supplies. Like a ton. Much more than can be contained solely in the small bathroom of the 850-square-foot rental apartment she shares with her husband. She uses these simple and easy organizing tricks to make room for all of her supplies… and they’re ideas you can use in your home.

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Utilize utilitarian entryway storage

I’m for a stylish storage solution as much as the next person, but Andreea’s simple, no-fuss entryway is visual proof that even something utilitarian will do, especially if it’s filled with stylish accessories that are arranged neatly. In Andreea’s space, she opted for a Tespo Wire Storage Cubes Modular Shelving Unit from Amazon to corral shoes and purses.

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Hang your hats on hooks in the entryway

If you need a reminder to pull those gorgeous hats out of your closet and put them on display, this is it. Going up the entryway stairs of Andreea’s apartment is a curated arrangement of hats placed on individual hooks and arranged with enough spacing in between that it doesn’t feel too cluttered. Not only is the aesthetic result nice, but it’s also incredibly convenient to have these hanging so you can grab as you’re heading out the door! Andreea used these hooks from Amazon.

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Remember you can use storage in your home any darn way you want

Forget any rules you have about using furniture to only store objects that “belong” in that room. It’s your home, and not only can you use storage any darn way you want, you should. If you’ve got a surplus of anything, you have permission to find storage space in any room of the house. Even in the TV console, like Andreea did. Her sideboard is from Joss & Main.

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Display surplus supplies nicely

If your beauty products come in beautiful packaging, leave them out, corralling them with things like trays. (Like this marble tray, perhaps?). In Andreea’s living room, this Joss & Main serving tray displays lip balm and hand cream. If your beauty products don’t come in packaging you’d want to display, decant them in more attractive bottles and containers. It’s actually a simple way to reduce visual clutter all over your home.