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Check out these Bathroom Shelf Organization Ideas! Get motivated to clean up with a tutorial on how to organize your bathroom shelves!
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Bathroom Shelf Organization Ideas
How is everyone’s Summer going?
Right now, it is hot and humid and it’s the kind of weather that leaves you feeling lethargic.
So lethargic, in fact, that I have let some areas of the house get a little messy, like say, the bathroom shelves.
Today, we are talking about our guest bathroom which is the smaller of the 2 bathrooms in our Mid-Century Modern home.
It still has the original green-blue-mint-type color.
I thought it was the right time to get going with the cleaning & organizing and I decided to share that story with you here!
I have to say the motivation came from this here SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue which I purchased from BJ’s Wholesale Club.
When I got home, I figured, it’s now or never because I have to put bath tissue somewhere!
About SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue
I grew up in a household where SCOTT® Bath Tissue and their other paper products was what we always purchased. Coincidentally, we would purchase those and other household items at BJ’s Wholesale Club! Whenever my family went there, it was like being a kid in a candy shop, there were so many cool gadgets and so many great deals to be had – it really made shopping fun.
Before we get into how I organized the bathroom, here is some information about SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue:
- Q: Why is it called SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue? A: There are 100 extra sheets per roll which means there are 3 extra rolls per pack. That indeed makes 1100 Bath Tissue the ‘Longest roll in America’
- Q : Is SCOTT® Bath Tissue made from recycled materials? A: The cardboard cores for all SCOTT® Bath Tissue utilize 100% recycled paper. SCOTT®1100 Tissue may contain some recycled fiber.
- Q: Is it safe to use in a boat and RV? A: Yes. SCOTT® Bath Tissue passes water breakup tests and is therefore safe for RVs and boats.
- SCOTT® 1100 Bath Tissue is safe for sewer and septic systems
- FSC-Certified Paper from responsible sources
I don’t know about you, but bathroom tissue is not something I like to run out of in the house. Whenever I get SCOTT® Bath Tissue, I know that I will not have to run out to the store as often to make that purchase which I find reassuring. Did you know that SCOTT® Bath Tissue rolls have never reduced sheet count and have kept consistent quality for over 100 years? At a $23.32 price point, I think that it’s a great product and value.
Bathroom Shelf Organization Ideas Tutorial
Here are the steps I did to clean and organize my bathroom shelves as pictured below:
#1. Take everything off the shelves and throw away (or recycle, if applicable) any empty containers. Throw away any trash that you come across. This is the time to toss out any products or things that you do not like and do not serve you anymore. Minimalism is your friend right now!
#2. Depending on your bathroom shelf material, use appropriate cleaning products to dust off shelving.
#3. Sort all of your bathroom items by category, for example, keep all the shaving stuff together, all the tooth brushing stuff, hair products, soap, etc.
#4. If you do not already have various containers, find some around the house or purchase some to help you organize your bathroom items by category.
#5. Wipe off any items that have collected dust.
#6. Using your containers, put back all your items by category and place them back on your shelf. Arrange as you like.
#7. Marvel at your gloriously clean & organized bathroom shelves!
My mom always told me that everything “has it’s place” so I think about that when I am cleaning and organizing.
I give objects their “home,” if you will and it seems to help things stay more organized – at least for a little while.
I have 2 felt bins that keep various products all in one place so that the open shelves don’t look cluttered and messy.
I love open shelves because they keep you honest about the stuff you have!
Many of the organization containers I have are ones that I have accumulated over time or were given to me at one point or another.
I keep like colors with like to get some coordination going.
Different shades of similar colors are okay and don’t be afraid to throw in a different pattern here and there.
Reorganizing doesn’t have to mean spending a lot of money, often times, there are things around the house that you already have that can be re-purposed or used in a different way.
Why not be resourceful?
It can be fun!
I hope you enjoyed this Bathroom Shelf Organization Ideas tutorial post. Tell me how you organize your bathroom in the comments below! I have another bathroom that has a whole closet that needs to be reorganized so perhaps we can motivate each other!
How do you keep your bathroom organized?
How often do you reorganize your bathroom?
Let me know in the comments below!