After 8 months of living in our house, I finally tackled the organize bathroom drawers and cupboards project! Here are some fun before and afters.

Why I needed to organize the bathroom drawers and cupboards

I’m so excited to show you my newest COVID project — how I organize the bathroom drawers and cupboards in our master bathroom!

This was a fun project to tackle, and one that I’ve been meaning to do for months.

In our old house in California, we had one vanity and it had six large drawers in the middle and cupboards under the sink. You can see it IN THIS POST. But in this new Texas house, there are only a few tiny drawers, and a bunch of cupboards. So I had to re-think all of my organization, and it took me until now to finally tackle it.

Check out these before and after photos of my bathroom drawers and cupboards

The three photos above are all “AFTERS.” I forgot to take before pictures!

Here are all the products I used to organize the bathroom drawers and cupboards

Lazy Susans in the cupboard

  • really love these LAZY SUSAN containers. They hold a ton of stuff, they fit perfectly in my cupboards, and they allow me to reach everything easily.

Makeup drawer organizers

  • This is a set of 6 drawer dividers. I like they’re they’re nice and shallow so they fit in very shallow drawers (like mine). I ordered two sets and divided them up among my toiletries drawers and makeup drawer.

9″x6″ clear dividers

  • These are basically the same size as the largest divider in the set above, but I knew I’d want more of this size. This is a THREE PACK of these clear dividers, and they’re great for storing your hairbrush, toothbrush and toothpaste, a bunch of small face or eye creams, and other toiletries.

Museum wax to hold the dividers in the drawer

  • This MUSEUM WAX was recommended by a friend as a way to hold the drawer dividers in place so they don’t slide around when you open the drawer. It works like magic and it’s basically invisible! Plus, it’s $10 for a tub and it’ll last about 1,000 years cause you need very little. You can also use it on picture frames and chotchkies in your home.


I had a few other drawer dividers and baskets I’d purchased at Target a few years ago that were still in good shape and worked with these dividers, so I used a combination of the two.

It makes such a difference to have a place for everything! Since we’re still encouraged to stay home, and lots of places are still closed, it’s a great time to tackle an organizational project.

If I missed anything that you want to know, leave a comment!

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photos by Aubrey Stock

How to Organize Bathroom Drawers + Cupboards

bathroom drawer with organizers

After 8 months of living in our house, I finally tackled the organize bathroom drawers and cupboards project! Here are some fun before and afters.

 

 

Why I needed to organize the bathroom drawers and cupboards

I’m so excited to show you my newest COVID project — how I organize the bathroom drawers and cupboards in our master bathroom!

This was a fun project to tackle, and one that I’ve been meaning to do for months.

In our old house in California, we had one vanity and it had six large drawers in the middle and cupboards under the sink. You can see it IN THIS POST. But in this new Texas house, there are only a few tiny drawers, and a bunch of cupboards. So I had to re-think all of my organization, and it took me until now to finally tackle it.

 

Check out these before and after photos of my bathroom drawers and cupboards

bathroom cupboard messy
bathroom cupboard clean

BEFORE + AFTER

 

Bathroom cupboard messy
bathroom cupboard clean and organized

BEFORE + AFTER

bathroom cupboard
under the sink clean cabinet

BEFORE + AFTER

organized drawers for toothbrush
organized bathroom drawers
makeup drawer organized

The three photos above are all “AFTERS.” I forgot to take before pictures!

 

 

Here are all the products I used to organize the bathroom drawers and cupboards

Lazy Susans in the cupboard

  • really love these LAZY SUSAN containers. They hold a ton of stuff, they fit perfectly in my cupboards, and they allow me to reach everything easily.

Makeup drawer organizers

  • This is a set of 6 drawer dividers. I like they’re they’re nice and shallow so they fit in very shallow drawers (like mine). I ordered two sets and divided them up among my toiletries drawers and makeup drawer.

9″x6″ clear dividers

  • These are basically the same size as the largest divider in the set above, but I knew I’d want more of this size. This is a THREE PACK of these clear dividers, and they’re great for storing your hairbrush, toothbrush and toothpaste, a bunch of small face or eye creams, and other toiletries.

 

Museum wax to hold the dividers in the drawer

  • This MUSEUM WAX was recommended by a friend as a way to hold the drawer dividers in place so they don’t slide around when you open the drawer. It works like magic and it’s basically invisible! Plus, it’s $10 for a tub and it’ll last about 1,000 years cause you need very little. You can also use it on picture frames and chotchkies in your home.


I had a few other drawer dividers and baskets I’d purchased at Target a few years ago that were still in good shape and worked with these dividers, so I used a combination of the two.

 

It makes such a difference to have a place for everything! Since we’re still encouraged to stay home, and lots of places are still closed, it’s a great time to tackle an organizational project.

If I missed anything that you want to know, leave a comment!

 

IF YOU LIKED THIS POST YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE THESE POSTS:

 

 

photos by Aubrey Stock

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