bathroom drawer organizers

Bathroom Drawer Organizers

Whether you need to organize a family bathroom or furnish a guest bath, The Container Store has the bathroom accessories and storage to help. Our buyers have amassed an impressive selection of bathroom storage for every style and task. So you’ll find not merely one shower caddy, but a wide selection to fit large and small spaces. Choose from wastebaskets, hampers and bathroom storage with on-trend details to complement your decor. Bathroom storage ideas include makeup organizers, drawer organizers and bathroom storage options that help utilize every inch on a countertop or under a sink. With form, function and a sense of fashion, this is bathroom organization you don’t have to hide. And, of course, if you’re traveling, you can shop our collection of make bags and toiletry cases, and TSA-sized bottles. Keep your bathroom organized and everything in its place with The Container Store’s selection of great bathroom storage and organizers.
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Bathroom Drawer Organizers

Bathroom Drawer Organizers Find the key to a harmonized bathroom drawer with our Storables bathroom drawer organizers. Sort extra toothpaste, toiletries, bath linens, hair care products and more for a clutter-free drawer space.
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Bathroom Drawer Organizers

Instructions The part lengths described below and in the Drawer Divider Project Diagram fit the drawer pictured here. Alter the part lengths and, if necessary, quantities to fit your drawer and storage needs. Then add up the part lengths plus 1 inch for saw cuts to see if you’ll need an additional 1/2 x 3 x 48 poplar board. Step 1 Remove the drawer to be divided and measure from the front to back. Subtract 1/4 inch from that measurement for the length of the long center piece. Cut the center piece from a 1/2 x 3 x 48 poplar board. Sand with 120-grit and then 180-grit sandpaper and soften the edges and ends. Good to KnowIf you’re only dividing a portion of the drawer, cut a second long piece to box in compartments along one side. Step 2 Measure the drawer width and subtract 3/4 inch. Divide that number in half and cut six side ribs. Sand with 120-grit and then 180-grit sandpaper and soften the edges, but not the ends. Good to KnowTo create smaller compartments or divide extra-deep drawers, add two more ribs. Step 3 Divide the length of the center piece in quarters and mark. (In the example shown, that would be a pencil mark every 4-1/16 inches.) Step 4 Glue and clamp the ribs along one side with each end centered on a pencil mark and the edges flush. Check that each rib is square against the center piece. Step 5 After the glue dries, glue and clamp ribs to the opposite side. Step 6 Sand the dividers and wipe clean. Then apply two coats of paint (Brushed Almond shown). Let the last coat dry overnight before inserting the divider in the drawer. Estimated cost: $7.
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Bathroom Drawer Organizers

Find the key to a harmonized bathroom drawer with our Storables bathroom drawer organizers. Sort extra toothpaste, toiletries, bath linens, hair care products and more for a clutter-free drawer space.
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Bathroom Drawer Organizers

Description: Beautifully crafted from Resipreme plastic, our Linus 2-Section Drawer Organizers offer a generous capacity for storing kitchen utensils and gadgets, toiletries and cosmetics, craft and hobby supplies, or jewelry and accessories. They coordinate beautifully with our Linus Deep Drawer Organizers.
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6 Of 17 Go all out on drawer dividers. Limit your top drawers to products you use several times a week, if not daily. (Stash special-occasion cosmetics in an out-of-the-way bag.) Drawer dividers further simplify the morning makeup search. Short on drawer or cabinet space? An over-the-door shoe caddy will keep lotions, brushes and the like within easy reach. ANDREW MCCAUL
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The part lengths described below and in the Drawer Divider Project Diagram fit the drawer pictured here. Alter the part lengths and, if necessary, quantities to fit your drawer and storage needs. Then add up the part lengths plus 1 inch for saw cuts to see if you’ll need an additional 1/2 x 3 x 48 poplar board.
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Limit your top drawers to products you use several times a week, if not daily. (Stash special-occasion cosmetics in an out-of-the-way bag.) Drawer dividers further simplify the morning makeup search. Short on drawer or cabinet space? An over-the-door shoe caddy will keep lotions, brushes and the like within easy reach.
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Linus 4-Section Drawer Organizer Description: Beautifully crafted from clear Resipreme plastic, our Linus 4-Section Drawer Organizer provides a generous capacity for storing kitchen utensils and gadgets, toiletries, cosmetics, craft supplies and accessories. It’s exceptionally deep to store larger items with ease. View Product close
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8 of 26 Magnet Organizers Sometimes you have to think behind the box. This medicine cabinet became more efficient after it was affixed with a sheet of precut galvanized steel to its interior with construction adhesive. Magnetic hooks now hold scissors and a mirror, and small plastic cups with magnetic bottoms corral small necessities, such as rubber bands and hair clips.
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If you can, choose cabinets that offer separate spaces — preferably one for each person who uses the bathroom. On this refurbished antique, the bottom drawer contains the kids’ bath toys, while the top one holds mom’s hair-care essentials, plus a first-aid kit. Lazy Susans make accessing toiletries, stored in pretty clear containers, a snap.
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9 of 26 Organizing Toiletries If you can, choose cabinets that offer separate spaces — preferably one for each person who uses the bathroom. On this refurbished antique, the bottom drawer contains the kids’ bath toys, while the top one holds mom’s hair-care essentials, plus a first-aid kit. Lazy Susans make accessing toiletries, stored in pretty clear containers, a snap.
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Carts, Bins & DrawersKeep your bathroom neat & organized with this collection of carts, bins & drawers! Storage carts & shelves provide ample space to keep your essentials & supplies within reach. Bins, jars & drawers can be used in any bathroom shelf or even shower stall to organize shampoos, lotions, soaps, deodorants & other skincare products.
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Central bathroom cabinets can be fitted with roll-out wire trays, the kind used in kitchens. One contains a first-aid kit and miscellaneous toiletries. A pair of hooks fastened to the inside of the doors hold a hair dryer and a flat iron. In the adjacent cabinet, a second sliding track holds the bathroom’s trash can.
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Vintage planters are a playful spin on more traditional bathroom accessories. Displayed on a metal-and-glass table, they hold bottles of shampoo and liquid soap, sponges, bar soap, and hand towels. Tuck a new toothbrush, soap, and a washcloth into a planter and put it in the bathroom cupboard — you’ll have the perfect guest package ready at a moment’s notice.
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An extra seat in the bathroom is always welcome, even though moist conditions may limit appropriate options. Try draping a wooden folding chair with a thick cotton-terry slipcover, and suddenly you have an inviting perch for a manicure, a blow-dry, or bathroom accessories.
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11 of 26 Sliding Trays Central bathroom cabinets can be fitted with roll-out wire trays, the kind used in kitchens. One contains a first-aid kit and miscellaneous toiletries. A pair of hooks fastened to the inside of the doors hold a hair dryer and a flat iron. In the adjacent cabinet, a second sliding track holds the bathroom’s trash can.
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14 of 26 Recycling Vintage Planters Vintage planters are a playful spin on more traditional bathroom accessories. Displayed on a metal-and-glass table, they hold bottles of shampoo and liquid soap, sponges, bar soap, and hand towels. Tuck a new toothbrush, soap, and a washcloth into a planter and put it in the bathroom cupboard — you’ll have the perfect guest package ready at a moment’s notice. Photography: Formula z/s
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Vintage planters are a playful spin on more traditional bathroom accessories. Displayed on a metal-and-glass table, they hold bottles of shampoo and liquid soap, sponges, bar soap, and hand towels. Tuck a new toothbrush, soap, and a washcloth into a planter and put it in the bathroom cupboard — you’ll have the perfect guest package ready at a moment’s notice. Photography: Formula z/s
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23 of 26 Terry Slipcover An extra seat in the bathroom is always welcome, even though moist conditions may limit appropriate options. Try draping a wooden folding chair with a thick cotton-terry slipcover, and suddenly you have an inviting perch for a manicure, a blow-dry, or bathroom accessories.
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Clear 7-Section Makeup Tray Description: Keep all of your beauty basics handy on a shelf, dresser or even in a drawer with our crystal clear tray. Constructed of durable polystyrene, it’s sure to withstand years of use. Keep other cosmetic application essentials accessible and organized in the Cotton & Swab Holders . View Product close
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Description: Keep all of your beauty basics handy on a shelf, dresser or even in a drawer with our crystal clear tray. Constructed of durable polystyrene, it’s sure to withstand years of use. Keep other cosmetic application essentials accessible and organized in the Cotton & Swab Holders .
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Description: Beautifully crafted from clear Resipreme plastic, our Linus 4-Section Drawer Organizer provides a generous capacity for storing kitchen utensils and gadgets, toiletries, cosmetics, craft supplies and accessories. It’s exceptionally deep to store larger items with ease.
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Step 2 Measure the drawer width and subtract 3/4 inch. Divide that number in half and cut six side ribs. Sand with 120-grit and then 180-grit sandpaper and soften the edges, but not the ends. Good to KnowTo create smaller compartments or divide extra-deep drawers, add two more ribs.