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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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~.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!)
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.
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.
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.
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.
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~.
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.
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