Unconventional Storage Containers – Part 3

Hi Readers,

After making my living room a place of joy to behold, this week we take on every woman’s worst nightmare – a guy’s bathroom!  I’ll show you how I made my bathroom an homage to orderliness.


The bathroom was the easiest room to de-clutter, due to size.  For this space, I went through my cabinets and closets to find containers.  You know all those bath kits you’ve gotten for Christmas over the years?  Those tiny little baskets they come in that don’t fit anything?  They are great for holding all of your bathroom supplies: Qtips, cotton balls, brushes, perfume and cologne bottles – they all fit wonderfully.  A few baskets already fit my taste, but others I painted to match my bathroom’s décor.  These baskets of bathroom goods can be placed in drawers to help hold items in place, or displayed on the counter for more frequently used items.













1st Photo courtesy of Real Simple. 2nd Photo courtesy of About.com.

Mike James

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January 30, 2012

About Michael James

Director and Operations Coordinator Extra Space Storage While getting his degree from Ramapo College in New Jersey, Mike began his journey in the self storage business working as a Store Manager. After graduating with a degree in Information Systems, Mike became a District Manager before accepting his current position. As Director and Operations Coordinator, Mike works with the Better Business Bureau, audits facilities, and works to constantly improve the company's operations and procedures. In his time away from the office, Mike enjoys spending time with his kids, eating out, and going to the movies. And ever the outdoorsman, Mike is an avid hiker and does his own home improvement projects.

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