Sometimes getting organized can be simple, like using this DIY bathroom tray to corral a few necessary items. I am amazed at the difference such a simple DIY project has made. Take a look at how I made this bathroom tray, and find all kinds of organizing inspiration from fellow bloggers at the end of this post.
When it comes to cleaning and organizing there are a few key parts of my house I like to focus on. If I can get these areas clean and decluttered then I feel accomplished. A stress is lifted from my shoulders! One of these areas is my counter tops; kitchen , office, and bathrooms. I have learned that I don’t need an empty counter, just an organized one. In my kitchen I use a small tray to corral a few necessary items, as long as the rest of the counter is clean I don’t mind a few pieces in my tray. I realized that I can apply this same method to my bathroom. I’m lucky that my bathroom has a lot of storage but there are a few items that I like to keep on my counter top within reach, items we use every day. But a few jars just sitting on my counter was so blah and just looked untidy.
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I used a few supplies in my workshop to make a small bathroom tray to pull this area together and give the items a cohesive look.
- Wood box – I upcycled a box from a Melissa and Doug toy, you could also make one out of paint sticks and plywood.
- 3 glass jars with lids
- 4 wood knobs
- 2 handles
- Paint and brushes
- E6000 adhesive
I had intended on making a small wood box but I found this one that a toy came in and it was the perfect size. I started by painting the box white and using a metallic spray paint to coat the wood knobs and lids.
To assemble this tray I used E6000 to glue the knobs to the bottom and the handles to either side. The sides of this box are very thin and I thought thought screwing in the knobs and handles would split the wood. E6000 is a strong adhesive and will hold up well on this tray.
This tray holds 3 jars and corrals everything I need in one place. I use the jars for cotton balls, cotton swabs and my go to cuticle lotion bars, items I use every day. I love how neat and organized my counter appears just from adding a simple bathroom tray.
Get Organized with a DIY Bathroom Tray
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