Window Boxes For Bathroom Storage
Hippie Hugger: Organize your hair ties
Organizing Ponytail Holders using a carabiner. Get an inexpensive one from the dollar store. Note: I thought this was a keen idea, so got a couple of dollar store carabiners in colors and have been using them to keep the ones with the metal fastening separated from the ones without that annoying metal joiner piece. Have another for the larger sized ones, too.--PH
Hi! It's Jilly.: Organizing Ponytail Holders
the red kitchen: Organizing Hair Elastics
diy hair elastic holders
In small spaces, a lot of things go on behind closed doors, but how often do we really think about the doors themselves? While we're all familiar with over-the-door organizers, few of us really consider the the possibilities that the back of the door can offer as an useful area. But in a small space, using the door can give you that extra little bit of room and functionality.
Small Space Solutions: Using Cabinet & Closet Doors for Storage
Reorganize your medicine cabinet. Found objects and flea-market bargains make appealing, practical keepers for toiletries. A vintage teacup makes a pretty container for cotton balls, and an eggcup doubles as a bobby-pin dispenser. Use a tin shaker as a talcum-powder sprinkler, and an old flask to hold mouthwash. Don't forget to clean containers thoroughly and carefully label all medicines.