Pretty Bathroom Organization

Hi friend! Welcome to a fresh new week!  We had a fun weekend with Jordan’s first basketball game and it was a hoot!  She’s in kindergarten and these little kids are so fun to watch on the court.  She was thrilled to score twice and I caught one of them on video!


If you’re working on getting your house cleaned up and organized this month, I have some inspiration for you!  You can check out my Organization Tab for all of my previous organization posts and today, we’re tackling the bathroom.

I updated my bathroom organization this week and now it looks all neat and tidy!

Bathroom Rug, Wooden Stool, Hand Towel, Mirror, Cherry Blossom, Marble Tray

Large RugHand Towels • MirrorSimilar VaseFaux FlowersSimilar Wooden StoolSmall Rug

Marble Tray, Soap Dispensers, Cherry Blossoms, Candle, Colleen Rothschild Products

I like to keep the bathroom counter minimal, but I do like some styling elements like a big vase with faux flowers.  It’s also handy to keep some things within arms reach.

Marble Tray, Soap Dispensers, Cherry Blossoms, Candle

Similar VaseFaux FloralsMarble TrayBottlesLabelsCandle

Decanting soaps and lotions goes a long way to pretty up your space. This face wash is CereVe that I sometimes use if my muslin cloths are dirty or when Brian is here.

Collen Rothschild Products, Face Roller, Infuser, Speakers, Brazilian Crush

Similar Clear TrayBubble Bath & Bath SaltsCleansing BalmExtreme Recovery CreamQtip Jars • SpeakerInfuserBrazilian Crush Spray

I put out things I use daily and that look nice if kept out on the counter.  Having all of the items in a similar color scheme helps unify them and keeps it from looking too jumbled.  Using a tray to corral everything instantly makes it look better too!

I keep my Colleen Cleansing Balm and Extreme Recover Cream out because I use that daily, along with the jade roller and qtips.  It’s also nice to listen to music while I’m getting ready, and that little speaker connects wirelessly to my phone and puts out a great sound.

Bathroom Organization, Woven Trays, Hand Towels, Jeans, Sweater

TowelsSweaterJeansBamboo Bowl • Maria BadescuKerastase Hair SerumCereVe Face LotionDove BodywashSea Breeze TonerMakeup Remover

Muslin Face Wash Cloths, Bath Brush

Bamboo BowlMuslin ClothsBrush

Kerastase Hair Products

Kerastase ProductsMario Badescu Drying Lotion

Off to the right is the cabinet where I keep my dirty laundry (behind those lower doors), towels and extra hair and skincare products.

Drawer Organizer Sweater, Jeans


Let’s peek into the drawers.

Home Edit Modular System

Drawer OrganizersWarby Parker EyeglassesToothbrushTongue ScraperToothpasteDeodorant •  DifferinLip Scrub

This top drawer contains daily necessities things like my toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant and contact lenses.

I used the Home Edit Drawer Organizers and love how deep and sturdy they are, plus you can move them around to fit your specific items. Each set comes with ten mix and match modular BPA free plastic bins that are also stackable!

Cuticle Oil, Olaplex, Colleen Rothschild, Wet Brush

Drawer OrganizersWet BrushNo Bend Hair Clips • Olalplex Hair OilCuticle OilEye SerumMandelic AcidFace Oil No. 9Retinol Night OilCeraVe Hyaluronic AcidSimilar CombSuperGoopVitamin C Serum • Age Renewal Super SerumSheer Renewal CreamSunscreen

The top drawer on the adjacent side is for my skincare and hair accessories like scrunchies and hair clips.


Oribe Texturizing Spray, Oribe Dry Shampoo, Hot Toddy Heat Protectant, Paul Mitchel Hair Spray

Underneath by toothbrush drawer is my hair products like heat protectant, dry shampoo, texture spray, and hairspray.

T3 Hair Brush, T3 Hair Dryer, T3 Styling wand

Hair Dryer1 inch Curling Wand1 1/4 inch Curling Wand

My hair tools are in the last drawer and in the last drawer on the other side.

Hair Clippers, Chi Straightener, GHD Curling Wand, Revlon Hair Dryer Brush

Hair ClippersFlat IronGHD Curling WandHairdryer Brush

I keep the hair clippers and sharp hair cutting scissors  in that black zippered bag, along with my flat iron, curling wand and hairdryer brush in the bottom left drawer.

Self Tanner, Tinkle Razors, Makeup Brush Cleaning Mat, Cleanser for Brushes, Nail polish, Nail Buffer

Self TannerMakeup Cleaning PadMakeup CleanerTinkle Razors

Above that is my self tanner, nail tools and polishes, and makeup brush cleaner.

Plastic Drawer Storage

Similar Drawer Organizer

Since we don’t have a medicine cabinet, I use these plastic drawer organizers to hold our medicine.  Many years ago (2013!) I put washi tape on the drain and it’s been there ever since!

Hand Towel, Bath Mat, Amber Jars, Wooden Riser

Hand TowelWooden RiserAmber Soap JarsBath Mat

There’s a second sink and cabinet on the opposite side of the bathroom.  The top drawer has a few of Brian’s things, but the other drawers are empty.  Under the sink is just a toilet cleaning brush and plunger.

Hand Towel, Wooden Riser, Amber colored Soap Jars, labels

Hand TowelWooden RiserAmber Soap JarsLabels

Hair Brush, Toothpaste, Toothbrush, deodorant

Drawer Organizers


Then I went into James’ bathroom and organized his drawer, and finally, Jordan’s.

Home Edit Modular System

Drawer OrganizersGot 2 B Hair GelCortizone 10 CreamHair BrushP&G ToothbrushCrest ToothpasteRight GuardGlide Floss

Home Edit Modular System

Drawer OrganizersSimilar Hair ClipsHair BrushDetanglerToothpaste


Drawer OrganizersSarasa PensHand Lotion • Hanalei Lip TreatmentBook

I went ahead and cleaned up my nightstand drawer too.  Inside are just the necessities – a couple of pens/highlighters, hand lotion, lip treatment and my ipad and current book I’m reading.  I also usually have a notepad.


Some of the drawer dividers I used in our bathrooms are from the new Home Edit collection, exclusively at Walmart.  They are the organizing gurus known for rainbow colorways and their show on Netflix makes me want to organize every nook and cranny in my house!  I like how the drawer dividers come in a 10-piece set so you can mix and match and puzzle piece them to fit your specific organization needs.

Of course, I have both of their books- The Home Edit: A Guide to Organizing and Realizing Your House Goals and The Home Edit Life: The No Guilt Guide to Owning What You Want and Organizing Everything.


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White Sweater, Jeans


Are you working on any organization projects in your house?  My mudroom makeover is underway and I’m so excited for it!  My contractor started on it on Thursday and has been at it all weekend.  I can’t wait to show you when it’s all finished!

It’s also Martin Luther King, Jr. day and I found this passage helpful for how I can honor the meaning of the day.  My kids are home from school today and I always think the most effective form of change begins at home, so that’s what we’ll do here.

Now let’s go kick Monday’s booty!

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Hi! I’m Megan, mom to a thoughtful teenager and spunky young girl. We call Houston home and recently moved into our dream home. I traded my lawyer hat to become a full-time blogger in 2010. I love sharing my passion for affordable fashion, home decor, organization, & fitness to help inspire you to take care of you!


  1. Beautiful, as always! Can you tell me which color your faux flowers are? It’s hard to tell some of them apart online. Thank you, and enjoy your day!

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