Bathroom Organizing on a Budget

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Get excited about ORGANIZING!

We think editing is the smartest place to start when updating a space. Get rid of any items that you no longer need; donate- trash- recycle- whatever that looks like to you. Go through EVERYTHING, closets, cabinets, and drawers. This phase always looks worse before it gets better!


After editing, it's time to organize! Start by putting like items together, this will help to determine the size of the bin, box, or tray you will need to place your items in when you are ready. If you're on a budget get creative with what you use to store and organize your items- Shoe boxes, mason jars, Lazy Susan's, kitchen utensil trays and Tupperware containers are all good and inexpensive options!


Below are some great ideas from Cosmopolitan to inspire you to think savvy about the containers you store items in and how you store them!

Photo Credit: Cosmopolitan


Time to get Cleaning!!

I know this isn't the fun part, BUT I promise you will feel better when it's done!! We recommend working from top to bottom when cleaning a space. Start with the ceiling vent and end with the floors!


Download our cleaning checklist for FREE to make sure your bathroom SPARKLES!

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Clean your tile the RIGHT way!

Make sure you use the appropriate cleaner on your tiled areas. So many products are ok to use on tile but will erode the grout or metal edging. This is a photo of what can happen if you use the wrong product! The metal edging is completely corroded!


The tile company we work with recommends using MORE Stone & Tile Cleaner when cleaning any stone or tile surface in your home.


QUICK TIP!

Never use vinegar when cleaning tile!






Check out this video for even MORE information and tips!


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