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Whether you need to organize a family bathroom or furnish a guest bath, The Container Store has the bathroom accessories and storage to help. Our buyers have amassed an impressive selection of bathroom storage for every style and task. So you'll find not merely one shower caddy, but a wide selection to fit large and small spaces. Choose from wastebaskets, hampers and bathroom storage with on-trend details to complement your decor. Bathroom storage ideas include makeup organizers, drawer organizers and bathroom storage options that help utilize every inch on a countertop or under a sink. With form, function and a sense of fashion, this is bathroom organization you don't have to hide. And, of course, if you're traveling, you can shop our collection of make bags and toiletry cases, and TSA-sized bottles.


3-Tier Acrylic Cabinet Organizer Description: The three tiers of our Acrylic Cabinet Organizer offer added visibility in a pantry or cabinet. The acrylic risers tier your items, making it easy to spot spice bottles, canned food, medicines, cosmetics or toiletries. The shelf or countertop creates a fourth level for extremely efficient storage. View Product close


Linus 3-Section Divided Cabinet Organizer Description: Our Linus Divided Cabinet Organizers have a wide range of uses! In the kitchen they easily corral packets of seasonings, sauce mixes or soup. Use them in the bathroom for small toiletries or cosmetics. In the office, they can keep desk accessories handy. View Product close


2 of 26 Bathroom Organizer Combs, brushes, and toothpaste take up considerable space when laid horizontally on a shelf. Flat-backed, self-adhesive cups on the inside of the cabinet door hold them more efficiently. Before pressing the cups in place, line them up between the shelves. To ensure the door can close, put thin items on the shelves in the spots where the cups will take up some space.


Makes me wish my student dorm bathroom had even a hint of a shelf, cupboard, or surface! Your bathroom is so beautiful. At the moment I solve my own bathroom problems with wall mounted (sucker fix) hanging baskets. It’s not the prettiest of solutions, but it works.


Thank you for showing a real bathroom. A lot of the bathroom makeovers and such seem to have a bathroom that no one actually uses. Who doesn’t keep their toothbrush on their counter next to their sink? Yours looks nice and neat, but still real, so it seems obtainable and not just a pinterest dream.


Jen January 15, 2015 Thank you for showing a real bathroom. A lot of the bathroom makeovers and such seem to have a bathroom that no one actually uses. Who doesn’t keep their toothbrush on their counter next to their sink? Yours looks nice and neat, but still real, so it seems obtainable and not just a pinterest dream. Reply


5. Get items off the counter. This is where a little bit of wall space can save the day. I made this copper cup organizer specifically to keep things that are usually on my counter up and out of the way, but still within arms reach. You can use shelving or other pre-made hanging organizers to achieve the same results, so you don't have to make this part a DIY project unless you want to. 


Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie January 21, 2015 Love the copper cup organizer. I don’t have much counter space, no drawers and very little space under my sink so things like that would be perfect. Reply


Description: The three tiers of our Acrylic Cabinet Organizer offer added visibility in a pantry or cabinet. The acrylic risers tier your items, making it easy to spot spice bottles, canned food, medicines, cosmetics or toiletries. The shelf or countertop creates a fourth level for extremely efficient storage.


Instead of stuffing this organizer with old magazines, use it to stash your hair tools upright on your counter. This trick will keep cords under control, too.


Even though this leather desk organizer is usually stuck in the office, it's ideal for makeup, too. The sliding drawers offer enough space for brushes, blushes, you name it.


Instead of stuffing this organizer with old magazines, use it to stash your hair tools upright on your counter. This trick will keep cords under control, too.See more at Cosmopolitan »


6 Of 13 Use a Desk OrganizerEven though this leather desk organizer is usually stuck in the office, it's ideal for makeup, too. The sliding drawers offer enough space for brushes, blushes, you name it.See more at Pacific Artistry » Pacific Artistry


Even though this leather desk organizer is usually stuck in the office, it's ideal for makeup, too. The sliding drawers offer enough space for brushes, blushes, you name it.See more at Pacific Artistry »


Thanks for all of these tips, Laura! I’m really struggling to organize my bathroom and keep it in check right now. I’m lucky because there is a huge, vintage claw foot tub in my little rental, but it takes up 80% of the bathroom and there’s hardly room for anything else. A key to getting it organized is having the space to put things, so I’m working on finding some unique solutions. Your copper cups are great and I still want to give them a try!


Central bathroom cabinets can be fitted with roll-out wire trays, the kind used in kitchens. One contains a first-aid kit and miscellaneous toiletries. A pair of hooks fastened to the inside of the doors hold a hair dryer and a flat iron. In the adjacent cabinet, a second sliding track holds the bathroom's trash can.


Vintage planters are a playful spin on more traditional bathroom accessories. Displayed on a metal-and-glass table, they hold bottles of shampoo and liquid soap, sponges, bar soap, and hand towels. Tuck a new toothbrush, soap, and a washcloth into a planter and put it in the bathroom cupboard -- you'll have the perfect guest package ready at a moment's notice.


An extra seat in the bathroom is always welcome, even though moist conditions may limit appropriate options. Try draping a wooden folding chair with a thick cotton-terry slipcover, and suddenly you have an inviting perch for a manicure, a blow-dry, or bathroom accessories.


11 of 26 Sliding Trays Central bathroom cabinets can be fitted with roll-out wire trays, the kind used in kitchens. One contains a first-aid kit and miscellaneous toiletries. A pair of hooks fastened to the inside of the doors hold a hair dryer and a flat iron. In the adjacent cabinet, a second sliding track holds the bathroom's trash can.


14 of 26 Recycling Vintage Planters Vintage planters are a playful spin on more traditional bathroom accessories. Displayed on a metal-and-glass table, they hold bottles of shampoo and liquid soap, sponges, bar soap, and hand towels. Tuck a new toothbrush, soap, and a washcloth into a planter and put it in the bathroom cupboard -- you'll have the perfect guest package ready at a moment's notice. Photography: Formula z/s


Vintage planters are a playful spin on more traditional bathroom accessories. Displayed on a metal-and-glass table, they hold bottles of shampoo and liquid soap, sponges, bar soap, and hand towels. Tuck a new toothbrush, soap, and a washcloth into a planter and put it in the bathroom cupboard -- you'll have the perfect guest package ready at a moment's notice. Photography: Formula z/s


23 of 26 Terry Slipcover An extra seat in the bathroom is always welcome, even though moist conditions may limit appropriate options. Try draping a wooden folding chair with a thick cotton-terry slipcover, and suddenly you have an inviting perch for a manicure, a blow-dry, or bathroom accessories.


I’m pretty sure that I’m in love with your vanity. It has so much storage space! I also disagree with the fact that you only need 1 body lotion – I’d say, 2. I usually apply a heavier lotion/body cream at night after my shower, and a lighter lotion in the morning. But all of these tips are wonderful!


Jessica January 16, 2015 I’m pretty sure that I’m in love with your vanity. It has so much storage space! I also disagree with the fact that you only need 1 body lotion – I’d say, 2. I usually apply a heavier lotion/body cream at night after my shower, and a lighter lotion in the morning. But all of these tips are wonderful! Reply


1. Clean out your junk. I mean it. This is actually my favorite part of organization—the throwing away part! Of course, you can find new homes for any unwanted items that are still in good condition (what friend doesn't like looking through another friend's "giveaway pile" and getting a better hairdryer than the one they have?), but the goal here is to remove all the stuff that you don't use on a regular basis. That nail polish you thought would be cool but makes your skin look green? It's gone. The curling iron that never seems to get hot enough (and your hair won't hold curls anyway)? It's outta here. That eyeshadow from 2007 that makes your eyelids puff up (but it was so expensive so you kept it)? Bye-bye. I know you may not believe me, but you don't need eight kinds of body lotion. Pick one and go with it. You can see that I don't have a giant vanity space, but I got rid of four grocery bags worth of stuff. FOUR BAGS. You should have seen my husband's eyes when I showed him how much I had removed. They were as big as dinner plates. Very big (but very proud of me) dinner plates. There will probably also be a lot of items that you are keeping, but simply need to move to a more appropriate spot elsewhere in your house (like your medicine cabinet or cleaning supplies shelf). Leave everything you are keeping on the floor and clean and wipe out each drawer for probably the first time since you moved in. Ahh, feels better already.

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