Are you looking for ways to Organize Under Your Bathroom Sink but do not know where to start? I took on the challenge under my kid’s bathroom sinks and what a difference a little organization makes.
How to Organize Under Your Bathroom Sink on a budget is simple!
I headed, you guessed it to the Dollar Tree!
I purchased a few different varieties of sizes of buckets to complete the bathroom sink organization.
They have tons of spring colors out now too!
What did I organize?
My daughter has her own bathroom and my boys share a bathroom. This Organize Under Your Bathroom Sink project was for 2 full bathrooms.
I found the larger square slotted storage baskets worked perfectly for towels. By rolling them instead of folding I was able to add 4 to 5 in each bin.
This makes it easier for my kids to not only fold them but to pull out the bucket and grab a towel when taking a shower.
When I used to fold the towels and stack them, I constantly found my kids would reach for a towel in the middle and the stack would fall. This eliminated that issue, there were no more towels all over the place.
For their miscellaneous overflow of toiletries, I thought these rectangle slotted buckets with the handles they worked perfectly. They are able to pull the bucket out and see what they have simply and it corralled it all together.
No more random hair gels or extra shampoos floating around the cabinet.
Now how I Organize Under Your Bathroom Sink drawers.
I found little containers. Both of these bathrooms have shallow drawers.
For my daughter’s bathroom, I used rectangle small storage bins. These come 5 in a pack, making it a great value!
I was able to organize her hair clips, nail polishes, and feminine products. No more just shoving it in the drawer.
On the other side, I used the long slotted rectangle multi-purpose baskets. I used these in my boy’s bathrooms as well.
These are found near the kitchen utensils, not near the organizational buckets if you can not find them. They are sold in a 3 pack, again making them a great deal!
They fit perfectly into the shallow drawer and keeps everything separated.
These are great for hair brushes, toothpaste and perfumes or colognes.
There you have it how to Organize Under Your Bathroom Sink on a frugal budget. Total cost was around $10 and I was able to do both bathrooms.
This makes cleaning up for me and them so much easier. Everything has a bin or bucket for a home.
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