Master Bathroom Organization, small space ideas that helped a lot!

Sep 06 2020
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Some small space organization for our bathroom essentials! A LOT Has changed in our master bathroom since I last tackled it for a new reveal here on the blog. I find it amazing how everything is always just such an evolution! Most particularly the changes we’ve made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple, easy to do and REALLY improved how the space worked. Starting with changing the furniture in here!

Most particularly the changes we've made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple and improved the space!

Most particularly the changes we've made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple and improved the space!

Most particularly the changes we've made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple and improved the space!

Most particularly the changes we've made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple and improved the space!

Most particularly the changes we've made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple and improved the space!

Most particularly the changes we've made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple and improved the space!

Most particularly the changes we've made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple and improved the space!

Most particularly the changes we've made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple and improved the space!

The most recent sneak peak I shared was in March of this year when I gave my grandparents’ three legged milking stool a makeover. Its still here and providing us with a great spot for a book, glass of wine or (obviously) a seat when needed.

My grandparents’ old magazine rack is perfect for reading material but, also, its little cubby provided a great little hidden spot for bathroom cleaning products.

Over by the commode my grandparents’ pretty old table provided a nice spot for a lamp and, on the center shelf, I found a little basket of mine fit perfect for extra toilet paper and ladies essentials!

On the back of the toilet Lodi provided a small, narrow basket that fits extra wash cloths perfectly and totally out of the way.

The big shelf across the back wall has been a fun place for me to decorate but it also provides some organization and storage for our prettier bathroom essentials.

No bathroom organization post can go without a vanity mention. This one took some modification to get it right for a bathroom but it provides a lot of storage space for us!

Beneath the vanity are two wicker baskets I picked up on sale at our local Ben Franklin store. They provide all the space we need for bath towels and extra toilet paper.

I think my favorite (and most recent) addition is the little basket I placed beneath the bath tub faucet. If you recognize that little basket – you’re totally right, it used to be above our kitchen sink!

But after I decided to replace the big barn wood shelf with two smaller shelves the basket was no longer necessary and sat in a closet unused for months. One day, for whatever reason, it dawned on me that it might be the perfect size to sit on the flat portion of the tub!

Confession: I ADORE my tub but I was constantly losing things behind it because I kept insisting on trying to use that flat space (meant for a different kind of faucet) for things like razors and soap.

I couldn’t believe it when I tried it out – IT WAS THE PERFECT FIT!

And it provided exactly what I needed for tub essentials without the risk of constantly dropping things behind the tub.

On our vanity the only thing we keep there is the little stand I made from thrift store items and our mason jar foaming soap dispenser. I love being able to keep our vanity uncluttered and that is totally due to the many little options we have for storage and organization throughout the whole room!

Still lots of things I’d like to do in here design-wise and, goodness knows, the whole space needs a new coat of paint etc but the organization alone has really helped me love this space a lot more just as it is!

Be sure to check out the rest of the small space and closet organization ideas from the other ladies at this month’s blog hop!

Most particularly the changes we've made have given us a lot more bathroom organization and storage that were simple and improved the space!


Hi guys! Chas and I are teaming up the first Sunday of every month for our DIY blog hop. Feel free to join us by linking up or you can also share it!

This Month’s DIY Blop Hop: ORGANIZATION PROJECTS! (Click here for our upcoming themes and more info on how to join us every month!)

Chas from Chas' Crazy Creations โ€“ How To Organize A Closet With These Tips, Tricks, and HacksChas from Chas’ Crazy Creations โ€“ How To Organize A Closet With These Tips, Tricks, and Hacks

Kristin from White Arrows Home - Multi-tasking Closet IdeaKristin from White Arrows Home – Multi-tasking Closet Ideas

Andrea from Design Morsels - Sweater StorageAndrea from Design Morsels – Sweater Storage

Mary from Life at Bella Terra - Odd Shaped Office SolutionsMary from Life at Bella Terra – Odd Shaped Closet Solutions

Kippi from Kippi at home - Home Office Organization IdeasKippi from Kippi at home – Home Office Organization Ideas

Cynthia from Create with Cynthia - Ideas for Small Space OrganizationCynthia from Create with Cynthia – Ideas for Small Space Organization

Niky from The House on Silverado - Tips For Organizing Your Bathroom Drawers & Linen ClosetNiky from The House on Silverado – Tips For Organizing Your Bathroom Drawers & Linen Closet

Comments

  1. September 6, 2020 at 6:43 am

    The basket from your kitchen looks like it was made for the tub. The shelf above the tub is so cute too. My bathroom doesn’t have a lot of storage either. These are some helpful tips. Thanks for hosting the hop!

    • September 8, 2020 at 11:31 am

      Thanks for stopping by Andrea!

  2. liz
    September 6, 2020 at 12:38 pm

    Looks wonderfully relaxing & I especially love the shelf over the tub

  3. September 6, 2020 at 3:44 pm

    I love the lamplight and that amazing bathtub!! What a retreat you’ve made!

    • September 8, 2020 at 11:32 am

      Thank you so much Kristin!

  4. September 6, 2020 at 4:05 pm

    I love it Tarah! You always make the coolest stuff. Thank you so much for sharing and love hopping with you!

    • September 8, 2020 at 11:33 am

      Thank you so much Chas, love doing this hop every month!

  5. September 6, 2020 at 5:25 pm

    This is my favorite of all of your do overs! You have a great eye!

  6. September 7, 2020 at 9:10 am

    Gorgeous bathroom makeover. That tube!!! The dresser for a vanity was a fantastic idea!
    Have a great week,
    Kippi

    • September 8, 2020 at 11:33 am

      Thank you Kippi, you too!!

  7. September 7, 2020 at 4:04 pm

    The space looks so nice and cozy. So fun hopping with you.

  8. September 8, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    Tarah,
    I LOVE old house and their unique character, and your “old house” bathroom is so charming! I love the way you decorated it, too. So many lovely components.

    Thanks for including me in your hop!

    -Niky @ The House on Silverado

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