Jewelry Cabinet A vintage medicine cabinet takes on a more glamorous role with ease. Refurbished and hung in the bedroom, an old wooden cabinet -- found at a flea market or yard sale -- is just the right size to stash jewelry, perfume, and other accoutrements.
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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 door hold a hair dryer and a flat iron. In the adjacent cabinet, a second sliding track holds the bathroom's trash can.
Cosmetics have a finite shelf life, as do skin-care products and medications. Every year, take an inventory, and throw out those items that are expired, you no longer use, or are damaged. Flushing expired drugs down the toilet may affect the water supply, so ask your pharmacy if they have a drug take-back program. If not, throw them out securely in the trash.
<4 of 21 > Organize Your Medicine Cabinet Discard expired cosmetics and prescription medicines. Then, affix a sheet of precut galvanized steel to the interior of your medicine cabinet with construction adhesive. Magnetic hooks can hold scissors and a mirror, and small plastic cups with magnetic bottoms corral small necessities, such as rubber bands and hair clips.
See the "Towel Cabinet" in our Spring-Cleaning the Bedroom and Bathroom gallery Martha Stewart. I have a wall in my bathroom similar to this. Looks a little crowded in this picture, but I don't think I would need to put towels on top.