How I organized my tiny New York City bathroom.

As you might know, my husband and I just moved into a new home, which happens to be the main reason I started this blog. So, welcome to!  As the name suggests, I wanted a place where I could solely focus on our home. I am excited to share ways I like to keep our home organized and looking good! 

Several weeks ago, I was handpicked by The Container Store to be one of their 20 brand ambassadors! What an honor! The timing to partner with The Container Store with monthly organization projects couldn’t be better. Moving into a new home certainly motivated me to start fresh by purging the things I don’t use, and re-organizing the ones I want to keep. Also, the new place is quite small, so keeping the apartment look great and organized at all times will probably be sort of a challenge. Make sure to follow along and see how I do it!

I consider myself a pretty organized person, but when it comes to the bathroom, I tend to find it difficult to stay organized. On the first big cleaning/organization day, everything is where it’s supposed to be, organized by product type, and frequency of use. But, a week later I find myself putting my face lotion back with my hair products. My excuse? I don’t have one, other than always being in a rush, I suppose. 

That’s why I decided to bring my organization skills to a new level, by using containers name-tagged by product category.


As you may know, if you’re watching The Home Edit on Netflix, The Container Store has some awesome new organization products and I’m thrilled to be using them here in this bathroom organization project.

I tagged all the products I used to organize our new bathroom below to make it easy for you to shop.

T.H.E. Mini 2-Drawer Organizer Clear

T.H.E. Two-Tier Organizer Clear

T.H.E. Small Bin ClearT.H.E. Medium Bin Clear

T.H.E. Stackable Hair Dryer Organizer Clear

T.H.E. Hair Accessory Bin w/Sliding Tray Clear

iDesign Linus Drawer Organizers Set of 5

Small Water Hyacinth Bin Natural (13-1/4″ x 9″ x 6″ h)

Small Water Hyacinth Cube Natural (10″ sq. x 10″ h)

Large Water Hyacinth Cube Natural (12″ sq. x 12″ h)

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