Of course you can hold garage sales, make a trip or two to your local Goodwill Donation Drop; but you will still be left with items that you can not live without. Out of all the items that we collect, bathroom and personal toiletry items seem to be the ones that we hoard the most.
Not that I'm saying that hanging on to your must-haves is a bad thing. I myself keep about 15 different anti-frizz and silky hair oils on hand. Not that I use each and every single one of these items on a daily basis; I keep an array of brands, and types so as to not have a build up, of the same product, on my hair.
With that said, you could just imagine what my bathroom looks like each morning. And don't even get me started on my husband's products! Something about middle age men, and hair loss. Men are just as bad as us women when it comes to buying entire lines of product, if we think it will help. Then of course, there's the anti-wrinkle creams, the eye creams, the lip creams... you get the point. All the "stuff" we buy, in the hopes of hanging on to our youth for as long as we can, are probably enough to open up our own beauty shops!
While planning for my next home improvement project, I came across some great bathroom storage ideas that I want to share with you.