How I Organize My New Bathroom

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Hi Loves
I hope you all had an amazing Labor Day weekend. I had a restful one which was much needed since my summer travels and hosting two of my dear friends for a week. Many of you know from my Snapchat (before Insta stories), that I recently moved and with a move comes new decor, new ideas, and fun stuff. Today, I want to share with you how I organize my bathroom and keep it looking fresh and spa like. 

When we bought this home, the cabinets were a pine brown and instantly we knew we wanted to change that. It was simple, my guy sandpaper the cabinets down and painted in in a silver bullet gray. We have the same gray on two feature walls in the bedroom. Our bathroom is an on suite and we thought it would be a nice flow. It turned out great. 
The bathroom is on the smaller side (Hello living in Los Angeles) and I wanted to be able to keep it simple, clean, and chic. 
One thing that is very important to me is having comfort and quality in almost every aspect of my home. That includes the type of tissue I use. My guy and I loves Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong® Mega Rolls because of the long-lasting comfort and the fact that it has 4x more sheets, it is also designed to give you more and that saves me multiple trips to the store and last a very long time. I picked mine up at my local Target.  
I want to keep my bathroom clutter free and fresh especially that it is back to school and being an Administrator really takes it challenges on me getting ready for work. I cannot be late especially for parking because both students & faculty get to campus early and snatch the best parking spots. Being organized makes getting ready easier and quicker.  I decided to use practical organization to keep it simple and spacious. 
Here are 3 simple tips to do just that:
1. Store your Quilted Northern® tissue in a  closed decorative container (like the one you see above), store the remainder behind the container or store in a  storage space. Aesthetically, I like to store my remainder in my cabinets. 

2. Use matching storage container for your bathroom counter top. Since two of us share the our counter space at home, it was important that the items we both use regularly was in an easy to reach place. Instead of having them scattered all over, I matched my tissue storage container to the counter top container. Simply store items such as make up brushes, small face creams, etc. in a mini clear container then place them in your counter top container like I did in the photos below. 

3. Utilize a clean, crisp coordinate set (I got mine form Target) to organize your tooth brush, hand soap, bar soap, cotton, q-tips etc. This is much more of a cleaner look than having your tooth brush sit out of place or hand soap in the original container- it might be some odd color that just doesn't go with your color scheme. 

 How do you guys decorate and store your bathroom essentials? I've shared mine with you so go ahead and  share yours with me and with other readers. I'm also adding this link http://cbi.as/51chp  to a Target Cartwheel offer for  Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong® Mega Rolls for you to save on your next purchase. You can find them in the Bath Tissue aisle at you local Target.

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Hope you guys enjoy this post and stay tuned for more reveal as I decorate the rest of my home. 




  1. Great, useful tips!


  2. Loved those tips, sis!
    You did an amazing job! Can't wait to see the rest!

  3. Bath is looking fascinating. There are many bath accessories which can give you extra comfort depending on precise installation of the necessary items. At bath time, you can use bath lift, chair seat, etc. It gives a balance while not submerging totally.


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