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The Pinterest Bathroom Cupboard Organisation Hacks You Need to Try

Essential reading for anyone with zero bathroom storage, and an endless supply of beauty products

Almost Makes Perfect

When it comes to bathrooms, space is everything. If you are having trouble trying to fit everything you need to in your bathroom, we have a list of tips and tricks to help you. From creating stylish and functional shelfies to adding more storage space, these are the creative Pinterest bathroom cupboard organisation hacks to help you get the most out of your bathroom. 

The Beauty Look Book

1. Organise Your Products to Create a Bathroom Shelfie

The bathroom shelfie is not only a chance to show off your Instagramable beauty products, it's also a way to speed up your morning makeup routine and nighttime skincare regime. When creating your #shelfie sort your products into categories (ie. lipstick, moisturiser and perfumes etc), then sort the products by frequency of use; the products you use the least should be placed on the lowest and highest shelf, while the ones that you most use should be placed at eye level.

Sitchu Tip: Save space by using clear glass jars to group your beauty products. Our fave containers are from AMR Hair & Beauty

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2. Take Advantage of Unused Sink Space With Woven Baskets

Make the most of the space underneath your bathroom sink by adding some wicker baskets. When buying the baskets consider the height of them in relation to your bathroom sink. You want them just high enough so that you can hide the contents but still be able to pull them out easily. We recommend filling yours with rolls of toilet paper, bath towels or hand towels. Our pick are these baskets from Temple and Webster.

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3. Maximise Hanging Space With Wall Hooks

If you have an empty wall in your bathroom take advantage of the space by adding a few wall hooks. You can hang things like towels, or use larger bags to hold things like toilet paper and cosmetics. This is a great solution if you have multiple people sharing a bathroom.

4. Add Ladders as an Easy Way to Dry Your Towels

If your bathroom is lacking space and towel rails, you can add a simple wooden ladder. When choosing a ladder it's important to look at the number of rungs as well as their height to ensure your towels don't sit on top of each other. Place the ladder against a sunny wall and never go through the pain of using a damp towel again. Our pick is this freestanding ladder from Bunnings.

Almost Makes Perfect

5. No Storage, No Problem

Whether you're sharing a bathroom or have it all to yourself, finding enough room for all your cosmetics and bathroom essentials can be tricky. If you have some extra space in your bathroom, adding a freestanding shelving unit can help keep you get your bathroom organised and keep it clean. Try to look for something that is narrow and compact but also has enough shelf space, like this one from RJ Living.

Loving our Pinterest bathroom cupboard organisation hacks and in the mood to reorganise your home? Check out our Marie Kondo guide to decluttering and our fave pantry organisation hacks to get you started!

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