For years, our cabinets and drawers in our master bathroom have been a total disaster. They really haven't been cleaned in years and they've never been organized. Really, it's been years since they've been cleaned. My youngest is 8 1/2. One of the items I threw out yesterday was cracked nipple cream for breastfeeding mothers. Since, I stopped nursing when Duncan was about one year of age, it's been at least 7 years since the bathroom has been de-cluttered and organized!
After spending years on my endless "to-do" list, I finally buckled down yesterday and cleaned all of the drawers and cabinets in our bathroom. The task was long but hugely satisfying. I discovered that I will probably never have to buy disposable razors again - I couldn't believe how many I found lurking in the backs of drawers, hiding from me, laughing at me. Sadly, I could never find them before and kept buying new packs. Sneaky little hair removers - they can no longer hide from me.
I just love the cluttered, chaotic BEFORE pictures followed by the organized, useful AFTER pictures. With no further hesitation, here are the highlights in photo form...
I stacked all of the towels in a square laundry basket so they are no longer falling all over. I also established a central area for our supply of shampoo and other essentials. I hate going to Super WalMart so I stockpile items like shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, etc.
a great place for odds & ends that I want to keep and a central place to keep travel-sized items. Since we travel frequently for swim meets, it will be great to have travel-sized items in one place that is easy to find.