Bathroom Organization: Under the Sink

Organizing under the bathroom sink is always a fun chore! Those darn pipes and all of the necessities of life make it interesting. A while back I showed you how I used a pocket organizer. I made some changes and updates and am back today to show you what we have going on. It’s all very simple and yet makes life so much more organized. Check it out.   bathroomsink   Do you remember when I used a shoe organizer to hang products under the sink? I LOVE this. But major update. The velcro I used did not support it well. So we made it more permanent and screwed the shoe organizer into the cabinet. It may seem aggressive and quite permanent, but we these pockets have been life changing and I was not about to let them go. Everything I need to get ready in the morning is pretty much in these pockets. It’s probably abnormal how happy I feel to open my cabinet door and easily grab my lotion or hair spray. It’s the little things in life.   IMG_2199   So nothing fancy, but I did want to show you how we updated it. I always like to pass along when something needs amending or altering. IMG_2177   I also got motivated to make things even more organized. I picked up some cute green/blue contact paper from Target as well as this stacking container. You can grab one here. If I go on a road trip and don’t fly, I can load it up with cosmetics and items I need and it’s easy to transport. For day to day, it holds extra items as well as travel size necessities. stacker Back when these brass plates were on sale at Staples I scooped up a bunch. They are from the Martha Stewart line and they were six for $1. I used them on our stairway gallery wall which you can see here. They easily stick on and add a bit of glam. Always looking for ways to easily dress things up. It just makes it more fun! My girl, Cassie, also used these under her sink! brassplate   IMG_2215 IMG_2200IMG_2209 Feels a little on the personal side showing you under my bathroom sink so I may as well bust out my favorite products to show you. This is by far the best hair spray {according to me!}. I love the “comb thru” style because my hair holds it shape and style, but does not feel stiff or sticky. And I am a huge believer in bronzer. I pile on the sunscreen when we are outside so to get color I use this. It’s by far my favorite. It dries quickly and gives a nice natural tan. {this is in no way sponsored, I just want to share what I like}.   IMG_2232 And here is a shot of my keeping it real. My family was outside setting up the volleyball net and I laughed when I looked up in the mirror and saw myself crammed in the corner of my bathtub snapping photos. This is what goes on, people! Anything for the shot! So I snapped away and headed out to play. IMG_2213 So there you have it! My tips and tricks for staying organized under the bathroom sink. We have the same hanging system on my husband’s cabinet and he loves it as well. What about you? Are you nice and organized under the sink or does it need some love. …………… For more organizing tips you can see my top 10 ideas right by clicking below: top10tips  


  1. says

    LOL! You are the cutest! :) I went to look for those brass plates when you first mentioned them, but my Staples was not as sale friendly as yours apparently was. LOVE that contact paper – fancy!

  2. says

    Looks fantastic. Love the shoe organizer. I don't have a lot of countertop space, so that would be awesome. I do have a two tier lazy susan I love, but it isn't always easy to grab things off of.

  3. says

    How do you keep the screws from poking through to the other side of the cabinet door? I would love to hang stuff on the inside of my doors, but doesn't it make a hole to the other side?

  4. says

    Cute! I love a great little organized space. I enjoy getting ready in the morning so much more when all my "stuff" is where it should be. Thanks so much for sharing your tips and tricks, Courtney!

    ~Abby =)

  5. says

    This is a brilliant idea. Our bathroom looks pretty messy with some of the things we kept in the bathroom. I have never really thought about this. I think doing this will actually maximize the space and keep all things in order. This will really be a great help, thanks for the tip!

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