Dollar Tree is my go – to place for organization. If you are a regular blog reader, I’m sure you know this by now! I completely gave my hall closet a dollar tree makeover for under $20 and I’ve shared my absolute favorite finds at Dollar Tree. I’ve even talked about how I can find items for home decor at Dollar Tree! So, it shouldn’t come to anyone as a surprise that when we made over our bathroom on a budget, Dollar Tree was the first place I ran to when I needed to reorganize our closet. Read on to find out my favorite bathroom organization hacks all found at Dollar Tree!
Since our bathroom was remodeled on a super tight budget, I really had no money for organizing our closet. So, I went to Dollar Tree and spent less than $10 and I was amazed at the difference it made! Here is what our sad closet looked like with all of our leftover tools from the renovation crammed on the shelves:
The firs thing I did was give everything a fresh coat of paint, which is the same as our bathroom wall color, Sea Salt by Sherwin-Williams. Next, I found some great bins at Dollar Tree for storing our supplies
I was super excited to find these cloth square bins at Dollar Tree. They are such high quality and look nice and clean. The closet instantly looks so much better when I have a nice spot to store my cleaning supplies.
I was probably overly excited when I saw that Dollar Tree has this pretty aqua color for their plastic bins for spring right now. It’s the perfect spot to stash hair supplies for my daughters and it’s so easy to just pull out when we need to do hair.
I made a lazy susan for some hygiene products. To do this, just take 2 cake pans and fill the bottom pan with marbles. Set the other one on top and it spins just like one of those expensive lazy susans…all for $3!
I wanted a place to throw dirty and wet towels, so I grabbed this over the door hook. Now, the one pictured is actually from Target, but Dollar Tree has some similar. The one I grabbed at Dollar Tree was plastic and too thick for our door, but I believe they have a metal option too. Then, I took a mesh laundry bag (also found at…the dollar store) and hung it over the hooks.
Now I have the perfect spot to throw the dirty towels. This will actually go on the INSIDE of the closet, but it was easier to take a photo of it this way.
Lastly, I took 2 more aqua bins with handles and used command hooks on the shower walls. The first one stores shampoo and body wash and the bottom one is for bath toys. Now our tub looks neat and tidy and the water easily drains out of the holes and back into the tub!
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