Don’t stress about overthinking on how to organize under the bathroom sink! Here are some super simple and easy tips to tackle that area of your home with ease.
Under the bathroom sink can be just as bad as the area under your kitchen sink. It’s dark, cluttered, and maybe even messy. You may just grab what you need and quickly shut the door. BUT DON’T. Instead of continuing to ignore the area, why not work to organize it? You’ll be amazed at how much better you feel once you tackle that area of your home.
Let’s look at how to organize under the bathroom sink in a simple and easy process that won’t overwhelm you.
How to Organize Under the Bathroom Sink
These simple tips can help you declutter with ease!
First things first, you’ll want to declutter. Go through everything as you remove it from under the sink. Have three boxes and lay them out, side by side. One is for keep, one for toss, and one for donating (hair styling tools, etc.). Make quick decisions as you remove each item. If you have beauty products that were really expensive, but you didn’t like, toss them. If you’re not using them, they’re just taking up space. The money has already been spent, move on. Also, toss any cleaners you don’t use.
Once you have an empty space under your bathroom sink, clean the cabinet to remove dust and any spills. You want to start with a clean space. Clean space helps with a clear mind!
Install an Under Bathroom Sink Organizer
You can find organizers that will fit perfectly around the piping under your sink. This gives you shelving that can better help you organize your cleaners and anything else you keep under your sink. Remember to measure your cabinet to make sure that the under bathroom sink organizer will fit. (Returning items can be the pits!)
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Corral Small Items in Bins
If you have small items under your sink, use bins with lids to corral them. You can then place them on the shelving you installed. Bins are easy to slide in and out of your cabinet. Use clear bins or label them so that know what’s inside. Again, keep this minimal as you are trying to get away from the cluttered look.
Utilize the Back of Cabinet Doors
You can also install shelving or hooks to hang towels, your curling iron and blow dryer, etc. If you have a small bathroom, you want to make use of all the space you can. You can find cabinet door towel racks at the Dollar Tree if you’re looking to organize for less. (saving money and decluttering? Yes, please.) A great hack is to cut an over the door shoe organizer to fit your cabinet door and use it to hold extra bottles of shampoo and any other extra supplies you have on hand. It clears up so much space!
Use a Flexible Bin for Bulky Items
Flexible bins are great under your bathroom sink. These can be squished to fit the area and can hold bulky items, such as rolls of toilet paper. Again, you can find flexible bins at the Dollar Tree. Why spend more if you don’t have to?
The area under your bathroom sink doesn’t have to be a scary place. You can organize the items you need to keep in your bathroom so that the space works for you!
Taking the time to declutter and organize the areas of your home allows you to reclaim your space and utilize it. Don’t let clutter and disorganization overwhelm you. Spending a bit of time each day will allow you to get the home you’ve always wanted in a clean and concise way!