Reddit mentions: The best bathroom trays, holders & organizers

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u/JapaneseCourtneyLove · 2 pointsr/makeuporganization

Oh boy, I hear you on the partner not putting stuff away LOL Everyday I am cleaning and tidying up. And I think this sub is a great place to ask these kinda questions, though I'm pretty new to it myself :)

- If you haven't already, I would recommend first donating or getting rid of things you don't need, use, want, or have an attachment to. That will make things much easier to work with before the next suggestions.

- Above the dresser (if you're not going to move it) is a good opportunity to install some wall shelves to put books and/or other knick knacks. Or books on top of the dresser and a more "narrow" shelving unit for knick knacks.

- If you're going to move the dresser and clothes rack, I would recommend this or the above linked shelf unit or a combination of it all to hold your skincare and makeup. This lady from Etsy makes some pretty cool wall mounted makeup holders.

If glare won't be an issue for the computer, maybe some wall mirrors, too, to brighten the area. The most common complaint I see about these kind of mirrors is that they don't stick, so you may need to buy some glue. (I've bought gold hexagonal ones to place on the table itself and going to buy larger ones for the wall possibly.)

- Replace the wicker chair with a stool / small ottoman with storage. Might help with the contents of the tub.

- A rotating makeup organizerto hold the things you use quite often. I have a "gold" / glass one myself.

- Maybe a mounted hair dryer holder, shelf, and/or bin to install on the side of the table to hold brushes, hair dryer, etc. I plan on doing this for my vanity table.

- If you are not attached to it to the standing swivel mirror on the table, I would get a wall mount version that you can attach to the other side of the table to free up some desk space... and it'll also help balance if you're installing the shelf / tote on the other side.

I don't know the dimensions of your table, so I'm guestimating whether or not the mounting area of these products are small enough for the edges of your vanity table.

- Corner shelf for behind / above the computer workstation. White to blend in with the wall, so it feels more spacious. I would paint the computer desk white or get a white one to aid in that effect.

- On the above note, I wouldn't paint the small table in the middle of the room, it blends in with the floor nicely. I like the stain / finish on the dresser and am afraid painting it white, while helping with the spacious effect, might cheapen its look in this particular case.

Those are all the suggestions I can think of, hopefully they weren't all fluff, but they're things I'd do or am doing. Best of luck, looking forward to an update whether or not I see the suggestions into play, I love remodels / reorganizing.

u/noeinan · 4 pointsr/dysautonomia

Sad thing is, all of this is 100% more than possible with our technology but nobody's invested in making us that comfortable T_T

Real talk tho, the blog Not Done Living has great advice for us bedridden folks!

I've found that having a day bed or recliner plus night bed helps a ton, and keeping a [multi-layer cart](3-Tier Utility Rolling Cart with Large Storage and Metal Wheels for Office,Kitchen,Bedroom,Bathroom,Black 130839 next to you to store all the things is very useful.

Make sure the cart is somewhat heavy-- I made the mistake of first getting a very cheap light one, but you can't hang anything from it. For the one I linked above, which I saved up and got eventually, I use a [cloth hanging pocket](Surblue Caddy Hanging Organizer Bedside Storage Bag for Bunk and Hospital Beds, Dorm Rooms Bed Rails(8 Pockets) to hang my laptop and small things like pens (I just had to cut a small fabric divider in the inside) and some [hanging organizer trays](2Pack Dormitory Bedside Storage Baskets, YIFAN Mesh Origanizer Caddy for Books Phones Drinks Office Home Table Hanging Organizer Desktop Corner Shelves - Black for extra storage.

It actually helps a ton to have more stuff in arms reach, and keeps your lap and chair/bed less cluttered. For my bed, I have a cheap metal four poster thing, with bars connecting the posts. Not weight bearing, but good enough to hang a [few things](mDesign Metal Wire Cabinet/Wall Mount Hair Care & Styling Tool Organizer - Bathroom Storage Basket for Hair Dryer, Flat Iron, Curling Wand, Hair Straightener, Brushes - Holds Hot Tools - Bronze from bungee cords.

Then just attached a medicine cabinet to the wall by my bed, though honestly they get full so fast. >< I need to get rid of all the old meds I don't use.

u/ricctp6 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ok, so for my whole life I wanted a cordless Dyson vacuum. They’re about $500 but amazing because you literally just charge it and it’s good to go for a couple of days of serious vacuuming. But once I got my Dyson, I realized that it can’t pick up a lot of dirt because it has such a small compartment. Also, it gets stuck on long carpet and doesn’t do well if you have pets.

But, around the same time I got my Dyson, my Mom got the Shark cordless vacuum which runs at about $80. She has rheumatoid arthritis, so vacuuming really hurts her hands. This vacuum was perfect for her and I wish I had gone with it instead of my Dyson. The rollers and dirt compartment are so much better than the Dyson, and it rolls easily on all types of carpet. My mother has three cats and never has to unblock the roller. So this is my definite recommendation.

Things you need on your wishlist: for good baths, for a healthy and satisfyingly sweet snack, and for the best game known to man. Trust me, that last game is one of the most creative games I have ever played.

I summon /u/denygfx because they are a dirty bird who needs to be punished!

The household chore I hate the most is doing laundry because it’s really like three chores in one (sorting, timing, and folding).

u/saint_gutfree · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Well, I know that bandaids, neosporin and aspirin/motrin are the three things that I absolutely never think of when I'm moving somewhere new... until I need them. So make sure you have those! It's easy to forget them amongst all the other stuff you're buying.

This is something that I've always thought looked like a very useful space saver for an apartment. Here is a slightly pricier version that also includes a spot for magazines!

And, for what I think is absolutely one of the most useful investments for an apartment, in terms of saving time and making good food, is a crock pot. Mine has helped me out on so many occasions, whether I'm cooking for a big group of friends, bringing food to a party, or just making something for my SO and I. And you can leave it on while you leave the house, which means you come home to hot dinner :)

u/citrinya · 2 pointsr/AnimeFigures

Hey there! I use [these](InterDesign Clarity Kitchen Drawer Organizer for Silverware, Spatulas, Gadgets - 8" x 12" x 2", Clear and [these](InterDesign Clarity Kitchen Drawer Organizer for Silverware, Spatulas, Gadgets - 4" x 12" x 2", Clear for my Nendoroids and Nendoroid Petits (as well as smaller figures). They’re the same thing, only one is wider than the other one. I flip them upside down, stack them on top of each other, and they work perfectly!

Here is a picture of some of my shelves, so you can see the scale of Nendo to shelf. As an additional note, I usually don’t use the Nendoroid bases (save for special ones like Menma’s) because I don’t like how they look, so YMMV when stacking things.

u/Neyvash · 1 pointr/DesignMyRoom

Do you like lighter colors? If you are open to darker shades (I can't help it; I always feel like rich wood tones look more expensive), then maybe something like this:

You could either paint your vanity a dark brown (sand/prime/paint) or use a contact paper to basically "wrap" it. Then get wide horizontal cabinet handles, and they can double as a hand towel or washcloth holder. Paint the walls a light grey and put in floating shelves over the toilet as /u/lexiico suggested. I would use wood shelving in the same dark color as the vanity cabinet.

I would also change out that mirror for something with dark wood trim, or for a medicine cabinet that sinks into the wall, or something with a light bar for better lighting. Get one of those cabinet-door-mounted holders for styling tools ( like ), or mount it to the wall over the toilet ( like )

When you have more money, change out the tile for larger tiles (easier to clean and will look better IMHO), and carry that same tile up the wall halfway (also using it to replace that backsplash area). You may be able to use vinyl peel-and-stick tiles on the wall now, but I'm not sure how well they'd remain stuck to the wall with the shower's humidity.

Good luck and congratulations!

u/thymeonmyside · 1 pointr/santashelpers
  • Does she already have Netflix? If so, get her a six-month or one-year subscription. If not, and the setup is feasible for her, get her Netflix!
  • On the same vein: Could she use an upgrade to her system? Maybe a blu-ray player with built-in video apps! I got mine at Costco for about $80.
  • Maybe something fun or silly, like these book socks or (if she's a drinker) this book on literary cocktails.
  • There's also this reader's bathtub caddy that, personally, I would love. It's beautiful, it holds your cup of tea or glass of wine, and keeps you from getting your book wet. Win.
u/starfishe · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Wow guys, thank you so much for this fantastic contest!! If I could dream, it would be this bistro set for my deck so I can sit outside this summer - theres nothing out there now And for under $20 would have to be this little organizer for either my bathroom or makeup. Now, C'mon...gimme

Thanks again, you guys are fantastic :)

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy Early Birthday, beautiful! Thanks for the contest! How are you doing? I would love this for our new home! It is on my new home list! <3

u/-makeba- · 1 pointr/makeuporganization

You just blew my mind this will work perfectly for me, thank you so much for your help 😀

u/purebredginger · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

God my first day of work I was so scared! I was excited because I was working in a pottery shop and I knew I would end up enjoying it, but at the same time I was scared I would break something. I worked with a girl in my English class in HS and she helped me a lot. My boss was very patient with me as I forgot to turn off the A/C again and again. But eventually I got the hang of it! Feel free to surprise me, but I would also like this =)

u/Amynthis · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I got something like [this]( Aquala Bamboo and Chrome Bathtub Caddy for Christmas and it's fantastic. Its great for a book and my phone. Plus it holds drinks!

u/votesforkittens25 · 3 pointsr/Floof

Thanks!! Rack is human and kitty approved :) Here's the link

Umbra Aquala Bamboo and Chrome Bathtub Caddy

u/Tigerfairy · 0 pointsr/funny

Omg my sink looked like that for so long (until I moved and the new bathroom's lighting proved to be terrible for makeup), if you can hang stuff on the walls you might want to consider putting up some hooks for the hair brushes/holders for the iron and the blowdryer (like this one). You could also use some command strip clips to keep the cords out of the way. I found that once I had places to put the big stuff (without putting it 'away', so it was still handy) everything else was easier to deal with.

I gotta admit though, seeing an amazon thingy right over the sink like that... It could fall in! Then what would you do! RIP Alexa!

u/hAlvy_15 · 8 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

InterDesign Linus Cosmetic Organizer for Vanity Cabinet to Hold Makeup, Beauty Products - 3-Tier, Clear

Such a good buy!

u/GherkinJerkin · 1 pointr/RandomActsofMakeup

Cylinder organizer
Counter top organizer
Clear drawer
Drawer organizer
Here's one that hangs that you could attach with Suction cup hooks or command hooks in the appropriate size!
Thanks for the contest, doll!

u/tootiefruity112 · 3 pointsr/AskWomen

I got this on sale on Black Friday, and I told my boyfriend that he is giving it to me for Christmas. I am SO excited.

u/closed_book · 3 pointsr/CozyPlaces

This wasn't my bathroom (sadly) but I think I found it on amazon!

Bathtub Caddy Tray - 100% Natural Bamboo Bathroom Bath Tub Organizer for Bathing or Shower by Riun Ex

u/lunastarling · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I have this that sits on top of my dresser for all the products I use daily:

All the other products like sheet masks, backups, seasonal skincare etc go in an organizer similar to this:

But storage is storage, so it's best to look for things that are practical for the space you have and your budget!

u/MissBee123 · 3 pointsr/GradSchool

I have a bath tray and you bet your sweet booty I have sat in that tub with candles, snacks, and a drink while reading journal papers.

u/ithinktheresoneleft · 1 pointr/trees

when i had this idea, i ordered the caddy from amazon and had it sent next day delivery. totally worth it.

u/flawlessqueen · 1 pointr/AskWomen

I like this one! But you could really use anything that fits across the width of your bath tub.

u/hamjandy · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I use something like this: which is also shallow enough that I've stacked toilet paper on all these shelves and there's top-to-bottom space in the front for tall shampoo bottles and such.

u/jynnjynn · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this drawer caddy, from my practical things list. For the cabinet under my bathroom sink. That space looks like a drugstore threw up in there... I can not find anything I need without knocking 35 other things over or out.

u/superhubris · 3 pointsr/DIY

I've seen quite a few under sink shelf sets that are adjustable around the pipes. Here is one from Amazon.

I also did a quick image search of under sink storage, now I have that same feeling I get after watching Hoarders where I need to immediately organize everything I own.

u/definitelynotsatan · 1 pointr/books

Sorry man, It was a gift. From Target IIRC.
Similar to this one, but much plainer. It's sort of just a board, with extendable chrome arms.

u/weedfart · 3 pointsr/LushCosmetics

this is what I got that holds my iPad very well

It also has space for other items and a wine glass slot hah