How To Organize Your Entire Bathroom for Under $100

published Nov 15, 2017
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Wish your bathroom was more organized? Even in the tiniest of bathrooms, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to make things work. Between damage-free hooks and shelves to portable items (like a rolling cart), you get can your bathroom in shape in no time.

Pretend you have a budget of $100 to get everything you need to revamp your bathroom; here’s what you can get with that to make it all happen. Let’s get shopping — hypothetically at least — shall we?

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Take Advantage of Vertical Cabinet Space

It may be designed for the kitchen, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use a shelf riser like this one from Target to keep the cabinet under the bathroom sink organized. It’s adjustable, so you can set it to the right height for the items you store inside.

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Turn Cabinet Doors into Storage

Hair dryers can so easily get in the way and take up a lot of space, but a hook (like this one from The Container Store) that sits over the insider of the cabinet door will keep it out of the way and free up valuable storage space inside the cabinet.

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Round Up Smaller Products and Items

To keep smaller items or similar products in one easily accessibly place, use a storage bin like this one from Target. You can use it in combination with a shelf riser, store it in a separate place in your cabinet, or keep it on the counter if need be.

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Tidy Up (and Give Yourself Easier Access to) Makeup

If you keep your makeup in a cosmetics bag, make your life a little easier—and a little more organized—by switching to an acrylic cosmetic organizer like this one from Amazon. Your products will be neatly displayed and always within reach, so you don’t have to dig through a drawer or a bag to find what you need.

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Create Additional Storage Space

For additional storage space—whether your bathroom is lacking or you just have a lot of stuff—a rolling cart like this one from Bed Bath and Beyond can definitely do the trick. Combined with a matching storage basket, you’ll be able to store excess products, extra towels, and even display plants or art.

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Organize and Declutter Your Shower

Whether you don’t have a shelf in your shower, or you’re just tired of it getting cluttered so quickly, a hanging shower caddy like this one from Amazon can be a huge help. This one can hang from your shower head, or if you prefer, it can hang from the inside of your shower curtain rod. With 3 baskets (don’t worry, they have drains on the bottom) you’ll have plenty of room for your stuff.

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Add Renter-Friendly Shelves and Hooks

Wish you had shelves but can’t make any changes to your rental? An over-the-toilet shelving unit like this one will give you even more space, not to mention over-the-door hooks give you a place to hang towels and other items without any damage. This set also comes with a toilet paper roll holder, which has storage for 3 rolls.

Grand Total: $99.37 (before taxes)