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Chic Ways to Organize Bathroom Essentials

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By CHT Media Created: February 6, 2013 Last Updated: February 8, 2013
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Disguise bathroom necessities in decorative glass vessels and decanters. (CHT Media)

Disguise bathroom necessities in decorative glass vessels and decanters. (CHT Media)

Dear Marc:
I’m at a loss as to what I need to do with my bathroom to make it look beautiful. My main concern is the lack of storage. Everything is out in the open—my mouthwash, toothbrush, cotton balls, and Q-tips. What should I do with these items when I don’t have a cabinet to put them in?
Christine

Dear Christine:
There are many chic ways to conquer clutter and chaos in low-storage bathrooms. It can be as easy as adding a few decorative glass containers and omitting those unsightly plastic packages that products come in. I’ve compiled a couple of my favourite ways to showcase bathroom products in plain sight.

Supplies:
-- Small decanter
-- Shot glass
-- Mouthwash
-- Small glass vessel
-- Cotton balls

Step 1: Place things like cotton balls and other hygiene-related items in stylish glass vessels to create a sophisticated look.

Step 2: Pour mouthwash out of its plastic container and into a glass decanter.

Step 3: Place the decanter on your bathroom vanity. Set a plain shot glass beside the vessel to use as a mouthwash cup. Set the glass vessel with cotton balls beside the mouthwash decanter.

Marc Atiyolil is a celebrity designer, the Editor-in-Chief of Canadian Home Trends Magazine, a design expert on CTV, host of the TV series DIY Hotline and the host of the Marc Atiyolil Show on www.MarcAtiyolil.com. To subscribe to Home Trends Magazine visit www.CanadianHomeTrends.com.

COPYRIGHT 2013 -- Marc Atiyolil Media Inc.

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