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    31 Useful Products That'll Help Declutter Almost Everything In Your Bathroom

    And help keep it that way.

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    1. A copy of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up because the first step to a truly decluttered space is actually getting rid of stuff — and this method works for me and lots of other people.

    Penguin Random House

    I mean yes, you can also totally watch the Netflix show and learn everything you need to know to get started! But the book's packed with extra motivation and tips. (Although I don't think it's the end-all be-all of how to live, I've used her system for my clothes and shoes, and it really does work.)

    Get it from Amazon for $9.69, Barnes & Noble for $13.59, Indiebound, or find a copy at your

    (If the whole system seems a little — or very — impractical to you, though, I also recommend Rachel Hoffman's Unf*ck Your Habitat, $13.19 from Amazon).

    2. A pocketed shower curtain liner that, besides keeping the water inside your shower where it belongs, can hold ALL of your stuff (yes, even if you have a ton of it) BEHIND your pretty shower curtain, removing it from the edges of the tub where it's an eyesore. And with the bottles off the ledges, your bathroom will be extra simple to wipe down on cleaning day, too.

    Amazon, Elizabeth Lilly / BuzzFeed

    One of our editors uses this in her shower and loves it — read her review.

    Promising review: "I have four boys and a husband and one bathroom that only has a small shower. Every child and adult has their own body wash, shampoo, loofa thing, and adults have razors. That's six people using one small shower that literally has no space to store things. I was afraid this thing would rip with how much crap I was gonna store in it. Nope. It didn't. There is a pocket for everyone plus some. The plastic is like a thick heavy duty better than your average plastic shower curtain liner. The pockets hold up well to daily use and it folds pretty well with all the crap in it as well. Tiny home/large family people need this. People who have a never ending supply of shower things need this. And it all hides behind my decorative shower curtain. :)" —LavoneMoltron

    Get it from Amazon for $14.

    3. Or if you just know your shower curtain rod a little too well and suspect its tension won't hold with the weight of all your products, a rustproof shower caddy because it has enough space for two people's daily routine and features a locking system (and two lower-third suction cups) so it basically never falls down.


    Promising review: "Very well designed! Very functional while maintaining good aesthetics. Comes with rubber clamps if you're storing heavy bottles or the likes so that the caddy doesn't move." —Dheeraj

    Get it from Target for $25.

    4. A pack of six stackable clear organizers — they'll divvy up all your drawers so you can a) find everything super easily and b) make the most of every inch of vertical space in your drawers. All of which = way less stuff you have to store out on your cabinet.


    You can arrange and rearrange them however you need, and because they're clear, it's easy to find the stuff in the bottom layer — you can simply see through.

    Promising review: "These are life saving for clutter. My bathroom vanity drawer has always been a mess and I can never find what I need. This product is amazingly perfect so much so I bought a second set for one of the drawers in the kitchen." —MarolynGentles

    Get the set of six organizers from Amazon for $14.99.

    5. A nail polish organizer that essentially lays all your color options out like a menu — you'll always be able to see exactly what you have — and lets you stash it cleanly away under the sink, so you don't have to look at it until it's manicure time.

    Amazon / BuzzFeed

    It holds 48 total bottles, 24 on each side, so you can always find the color you want with a single glance.

    Promising review: "This is better than advertised. Essie, OPI, Pop-Arrazi, Sinful Colors, SH Instadry, SH Triple Shine, SH Xtrreme Wear, Wet & Wild, SH Hard As Nails and Covergirl all fit perfectly; my Julep colors fit two to a compartment! The first row has adjustable dividers, you can use them to keep odd-shaped bottles or do what I do: use one side for my nail stamper, dotting tools, and the drying drops and the other for foam wedges and nail pens. It looks way neater easily tucked under my vanity instead of the baskets and baskets of polishes I had to hunt through!" —Clouds

    Get one from Amazon for $24.99 (also available in translucent pink).

    6. A set of four sepia glass bottles because all your different brands of soaps with clashing labels don't necessarily say ~tranquil, decluttered spa~.

    Promising review: "Finally, pumps that are strong and won't easily break. I use these bottles for everything from hand soap (medium thickness), to my personal mixture of hair oils (coconut, neem and tea tree — very thick) and extra rich hair conditioner. All of the mixtures flow easily. The pump also doesn't dispense too much, so you're not wasting product. As for the glass, the color is beautiful, as pictured and it's a good heavy, quality glass." —True-Review

    Get a pack of four from Amazon for $12.99 (also available: a pack of two in blue for $11.59).

    7. A drain millipede so you can free up the cabinet space you've devoted to stocking drain cleaner (which doesn't work half as well, BTW) because your tub clogs up like, weekly. The millipede is covered in tiny little hooks to grab onto the clump of hair that's preventing your sink or tub from draining well, and yank it all up so water flows freely.


    Promising review: "The shower drain has been clogged for months. We’ve tried so many bottles of Draino and other products, but nothing worked. After I saw this product listed on BuzzFeed, I thought I would try it. (It’s less expensive than Draino Max, so why not?) It was incredible how much hair this thing pulled up from the beginning. It look about five minutes and lots of clearing of clumps, but the shower is draining perfectly again! Like some other reviewers have mentioned, it’s best to toss it after use, especially if your drain is as bad as mine was. I’m definitely hooked!" —E. Marlowe

    Get it from Amazon for $5.28.

    8. And a universal fit–hair catcher for your drain that stops those gross built-up clogs from forming in the first place. Which means you (or those you share a bathroom with) can freely rinse any shed hair to the drain with no worries about clogs, instead of sticking clumps of hair to the wall and leaving 'em there for far too long.,

    If you live somewhere with a more humid climate (or tbh just a humid bathroom in general), it's probably a good idea to rinse it off and lay it on its side to dry after every few showers or so, to prevent mold — btw, that goes for every hair catcher out there!

    Promising review: "I've been very impressed! It's tall enough to fit easily over my pop-up drain and the weighted top keeps it in place, even with my faucet running almost directly on it. I have medium-length hair and seem to shed almost as much as my cat, but the drain protector catches it all and is easily removed and tossed away. Best of all, in my case, the silicone hasn't held onto mildew or mold — I have been able to spray and wipe away any grime with very little effort. It looks like this drain protector will last a very long time." —Suneimi

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    9. A few medicine cabinet organizers because they'll let you fit even more stuff behind your mirror (taking advantage of all the vertical space available and freeing up storage space elsewhere) while also ensuring that everything stays neat, orderly, and easy to find.


    Promising review: "This fits perfectly on the bottom of my medicine cabinet. It is very sturdy plastic with a great design. I can't believe how many jars, tubes, etc., it has managed to corral. Everything looks so neat! If they make a smaller one for upper cabinet shelves, I'm buying it. Wonderful little product!" —Alex

    Get them from Amazon for $7.43+ (three sizes / designs available).

    10. And a little toothbrush holder that can mount directly on the inside of your medicine cabinet (or TBH the inside of any bathroom cabinet), so your brushes are covered, out of the way, and separated from one another, but still quick to grab when you need them.

    It opens automatically when you pull the toothbrush forward, and mounts with 3M tape (which means you could also use the water-resistant Command Strips, if you're a renter).

    Promising review: "I don't like keeping my toothbrush on the counter with all the germs floating around. I used to set my toothbrush on a shelf in my medicine cabinet. Occasionally it would fall off or roll sideways and the bristles would touch something else. I was not a fan. This holder installed easily to the inside of the door of my medicine cabinet. My standard toothbrush hangs fine and does not slip through the holes. The cover that flips down seems a little flimsy, but has so far worked great. I also like that there is another layer of protection against germs. Overall, I am happy and would buy it again." —Dani

    Get it from Amazon for $6.30.

    11. A stackable organizer drawer, which helps turn that neglected back-bottom corner of your bathroom under-sink into a useful storage place you can basically instantly access when you pull the drawer forward in a single swoosh.


    Talk about optimizing your space!

    Promising review: "I wanted this organizer for my bathroom because I have no drawers, just a cabinet under the sink. I did measure to make sure this would fit and it does. However, because of the plumbing, it fits on one side better than the other; I really won't be able to fit two of these under the same sink. That's okay, because the basket on this holds a ton! And I'm able to fit a lot on top of it as well. Some cleaning supplies are too big to fit in the basket or on top, so it works out to add the smaller items to this organizer. Putting it together was a breeze and it slides really easily." —Lady Carmichael

    Get it from Amazon for $21.87 (also available in Bronze).

    12. And an over-door hair tools holder because in addition to hiding your stuff away so you don't see it most of the time, it makes your brushes, sprays, and hair tools super accessible and easy to grab when you do need to get to them.


    Promising review: "We moved into a new house, and I needed a place for my hair dryer and curling iron that still left me enough storage for other items. This worked perfectly. My hair dryer is a ceramic one and very heavy, and I was worried at first about the width of the holder, but it was wide and sturdy enough to hold it. It really cleared up space under my sink." —M. Walker

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99 (seven metallic finishes available).

    13. A Smart Funnel so you can finally get rid of / recycle all those basically empty bottles that have queued up in a "reject" line on your counter as they've slowly run out of product.


    You can even use it with a single bottle, to balance that bottle upside-down.

    Promising review: "This little set up is great! I don’t splurge on a lot but I love my Philosophy body wash and Unite shampoo/conditioner. Needless to say I try everything to get every little drop but ended up frustrated having to store the bottles upside down only to have them fall off the ledge in the shower and scare the hell out of me or my family. Saw this and decided to give it a go. When I would give up previously and throw away a bottle with product inside my heart hurt, but with this gadget I get at least five to eight more showers from my body wash alone. It works on the large pump dispenser bottles as well. Easy to clean just throw it on the top rack in the dishwasher. —doppelganger

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    14. And a Zero-Waste Box from Terracycle, where you (or you + your neighbors, or high school, or dorm team up to) buy either their bathroom pouch or a bigger box to stuff with hard-to-recycle items, and mail back to Terracycle to be — you guessed it — recycled.


    Yes, basically you're paying for your stuff to be recycled (the reason your curbside collection doesn't take all of the things = recyclers want to make money; if they can't make money on it, then you have to pay for it to happen). Read more on Terracycle, and order a small "everything" box (well, almost everything) for $184, or a beauty products and packaging pouch for $41.

    There are also tons of free recycling programs through Terracycle, where the companies pay for you to recycle the stuff you bought from them (that your municipal program won't accept). And these aren't only hippie/earthy brands! They include Colgate, eos, Febreeze, Hasbro Toys, and many others.

    15. A removable adhesive caddy because then you can keep all of your most-used makeup products and brushes right at your fingertips but still inside the cabinets.

    Two of the caddies are pictured above!

    Promising review: "This is a great option for tiny bathrooms. We were able to install on the back side of the vanity doors for our toothbrushes and toothpaste, solving the problem of having very little countertop space. Very pleased with the utility of this storage option and that it sticks on easily." —Stephen AZ

    Get one from Amazon for $4.77, or see all of the Command bathroom organizers.

    16. Or a spacious makeup bag with rearrangeable dividers that's perfect if you need a little more storage space but prefer something you can zip up and quickly stash away, instead of leaving it all out on the counter.


    Or even if you simply zip it up, the pretty case will look neater sitting out than a bunch of makeup products might.

    Promising review: "Very sturdy with the inner supportive framework. I really like being able to customize my compartments to my needs — the pieces are easy to insert. Roomy enough for all of my makeup, brushes, moisturizer, eye makeup remover, and some other additional beauty items. The brush pouches in the lid are roomy and the flap that secures over them keeps them clean and in place. The zip pouch in the lid is as big as the whole lid so it will hold something of good size." —Valerie J Anderson

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in seven colors/patterns, and as single or double layer cases).

    17. A minimalist trash can with an easy-flip lid so you don't have to look at the pile of everything you've tossed in the bathroom every time you walk in the door.


    Promising review: "It is clean, attractive and functional. At 2.0 gallon, it is roomier than it looks. Doesn't have the look and feel of 'cheap' plastic. You can tell it is well made. Definitely love the swing cover. Great for a bathroom or any room for that matter." —Sayed I

    Get it from Wayfair for $20.

    18. A mesh kids toy storage bag that hangs from a couple of suction cups so your kiddo can reach what they need (and y'know, hopefully put it away), then everything can drip dry overnight. And when it comes time for your morning shower, you can easily lift it off the suction hooks and set it aside, for 20 minutes of grownup only–time.


    Promising review: "Not only is there plenty of room for rubber animals, complete foam alphabet and 10 numbers, and other random toys, this organizer actually sticks to the wall! I used Windex on the wall just like the instructions explained, turned the hook, and voila! They stuck to a wall that's not exactly a flat surface. It also leaves corner tub space available for other bottles. That extra space is priceless! Don't look any further than this product. It is AWESOME." —Sara

    Get the bag *and* four locking suction cup hooks from Amazon for $10.98+ (available in two sizes).

    19. An over-door towel hanger so all your roommates/family who share your one small bathroom can finally have their own hanging spot and stop leaving their dirty, wet towels laying all over the floor.


    It has three towel bars and two bottom hooks. Just remember to measure before you buy, so you know your door will still be able to open with it up there!

    Promising review: "Very nice over the door–rack. Love it! Assembly's easy, it'll last for YEARS. I did put some adhesive felt patches (cut to fit) inside the one side of the over-door bracket/hook so it wouldn't rattle around on the door, and a couple adhesive felt pads on the door where the thing rests at the bottom by the lower rail, so it doesn't clatter around on the door either. Works like a charm for extra towel space with no drilling or anything!" —Samantha Ashe

    Get it from Amazon for $16.88+ (available in two finishes).

    20. Or if you have the bath towel situation covered, an over-door hook rack because it'll give you a designated spot to hang things like the towel you use exclusively on your face, your favorite robes, or your clothes that are in-between washes.


    Get it from Amazon for $21.43.

    21. A customizable cabinet — it mounts directly on the hinges of almost any door, which means you've suddenly found an entire extra cabinet's worth of space without having to move or completely renovate.


    Promising review: "This is a must have for any small space. My bathroom has no medicine cabinet just a mirror and is pretty small so storage is a huge deal. My girlfriend came across this item so I figured I would give it a shot being Prime eligible. I know it states it needs a two person install but I put this together and hung it in about an hour by myself with very minimal effort. This fits so much stuff it really is amazing and it does not impede any operation of the door. I can't fully explain how much I recommend this. I'm about to order the mirror version for my bedroom for colognes and little knick knacks to declutter the countertops." —happy shaver

    Get it from Amazon for $159.99+.

    22. Or an over the toilet–storage cabinet because if you have the wall space, why not add storage that hides some of the clutter behind two doors? Then you can decorate on the shelf, and no one will be the wiser.

    Bed Bath & Beyond

    Promising review: "We have a small bathroom and this was perfect for some extra storage space. Easy to set up and surprisingly sturdy!" —Linky

    Get it from Bed Bath & Beyond for $119.99.

    23. A two in one–plunger and toilet brush set that has a super small footprint, which means you'll have the tools you need when it counts (and eventually it WILL count), but you won't have to look at a giant plunger and ugly toilet brush in the meantime.

    The Container Store

    The toilet brush head sits at an angle, meaning you can get up around the rim with no problems.

    Promising review: "Husband insists on having a plunger in the bathroom. They are unsightly and icky looking! Having moved to an apartment we no longer have a linen closet to store one out of sight and finding this product was a godsend! Easy to get the plunger or toilet brush in and out. If you want to move the while unit just grab both handles at the same time and the whole things moves around easily. This is the perfect product for solving domestic squabbles!" —Alllice98

    Get it from The Container Store for $34.99.

    24. A set of two plastic drawers that can sort out all those miscellaneous small things you have laying around your cabinets, so when you actually *do* NEED something, you know precisely where to look. (They're also great for makeup organization!)

    Promising review: "Love it! Use it for family medicine. It's big enough to fit most of the medicine better than first aid kits that's sold on here. But be aware that the drawers doesn't have track and it is noticeably smaller than the outside." —Lisa Voss

    Get a pack of two drawers from Amazon for $18.89.

    25. A pack of two shelf dividers because keeping towels stacked neatly in the linen closet is sometimes more of a pipe dream (especially when you have kids around), but these make it NBD.


    Promising review: "This is fantastic for my linen closet especially! Have a problem with stacks of towels and sheets falling over? Not with this! Best closet organizational product I’ve found. And it's easy stack things without worrying about them falling over." —Amazon Customer

    Get the pack of two from Amazon for $13.84.

    26. A set of three drawers if you just need a little more storage space for things like hair tools, medicine, and towels period, nevermind about little drawers or dividers to help organize your nonexistent big cabinet.


    Promising review: "Great buy! Quick and easy to put together and super sturdy!!" —Kayla

    Get them from Walmart for $28.68.

    27. A cloud shaped toilet paper storage shelf so your T.P. can also be part of your decor, freeing up extra under-cabinet space for all of your essentials.

    Uncommon Goods

    Promising review: "I purchased one of these toilet paper holders for the guest bathroom and liked it so much that I bought one for the master bath. I like the sleek modern design along with the capacity to hold several rolls of jumbo toilet tissue. I would highly recommend this product." —Nonnaro

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $115+.

    28. Or a toilet paper canister if you like to have that extra cabinet space, but want to protect your backup rolls from any unruly splashes.


    Promising review: "This is a nice styled toilet paper holder. It is simple and light since it is made out of plastic. It fits three toilet paper rolls and DOES fit the Mega Rolls from Charmin which is what I was worried about. We have one in all three of our bathrooms." —Colleen Shibley - Shibley Smiles

    Get it from Amazon for $8.24.

    29. A set of three durable apothecary jars so you can turn the few things you do want to keep out on your cabinet (bath bombs, beauty blenders, bars of soap, cotton swabs) into a delightful, uncluttered display.


    Promising review: "I love these. They are a great product for the price. The acrylic looks like it is higher quality than you would think. The jars are lighter weight and more difficult to break if you have small children around, but still maintain that elegant look. I used mine s for cotton balls, smallest jar for Q-Tips, and the medium jar for yellow rose decor. The bathroom color theme is yellow and grey, and these jars are really useful and still look really nice." —Jessica H

    Get the set of three from Amazon for $27.99 (also available with shiny rose gold lids).

    30. Or a reflective display tray perfect for all those things you do still want to keep out (including that jewelry you end up always leaving by your sink). Besides simply corralling them all, it will make the so-called clutter look ~intentional~.

    Urban Outfitters

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $20.

    31. A small suction-cup magnifying mirror so you can pull it out when you do your eyebrows or your eye makeup without wearing your glasses, but don't have to keep that giant one out on your cabinet anymore.


    It comes with a suction-on base magnet that looks like a small round mirror, then you can pull the magnifying mirror out of your drawer and snap it on the magnet base whenever you need it. And because of the way the magnet works, you can swivel it around to whatever angle you need.

    Promising review: "I can’t say enough good things about this mirror! The magnification itself is excellent, but the ability to move it around it’s magnetic base is what makes this mirror worth every penny. It’s also easy to remove and take with me when traveling, too. I LOVE this mirror." —Mrs. Groban

    Get it from Amazon with 5x magnification or 10x magnification for $21.90, or with 15x magnification for $22.90.

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