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DIY Bathroom Storage

Who doesn't need more storage space in their bathroom? These clever tips will help you take advantage of every square inch so you can keep all of your bathroom supplies tidy, well organized, and close at hand.
  • Jenni Wojtowicz

    TIP: line your cabinet under the kitchen sink with peel and stick tile. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet. Great under the BATHROOM sink, too!!! Good idea!

  • Cathey Trimnal

    line your cabinet under the kitchen sink with peel and stick tile. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet. **I did this on Saturday - it looks great and wasn't hard to do. I found some vinyl tiles on clearance for $.38 each so it only cost me $3.80 to cover inside the cabinet under my kitchen sink!

  • Carla Pappalardo

    Under sink liner. Line your cabinet under the kitchen sink with peel and stick tile. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet.

  • Courtney deVries

    Such a great idea! TIP: line your cabinet under the kitchen sink with peel and stick tile. Easy to wipe and helps cover already damaged cabinet bottom or helps to protect a new cabinet. Great under the BATHROOM sink, too!!!

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Cabinets, Vinyls Tile, Great Idea, Good Idea, Bathroom Sinks, Under Sinks, Sticks Tile, Kitchen Sinks, Kitchens Sinks

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