$150 Bathroom Makeover: Cheap Organizing, Storage & Decor Ideas!

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Chad’s small bathroom is in dire need of a makeover – and we have $150 to make it all happen! We are going to focus on making the most of the small bathroom space by utilizing simple, yet effective organizing, storage and decor ideas!

From a new shower curtain to try and baskets which will organize all his bathroom essentials, we are making over this space in a clean white (and a little black) motif!

Comment Question: What space in your home do you need to makeover?

Products used in this video:

Garbage Can: http://amzn.to/2jJqKDi
Toilet Paper Holder: (from HomeSense) Similar one from Amazon: http://amzn.to/2jiZDCq
Baskets: (from Container Store) Similar one from Amazon: http://amzn.to/2jQyIym
Over the Door Organizer: http://amzn.to/2jj5FD6
Simple White Tray: http://amzn.to/2jj2uvd
LED Night Lights: http://amzn.to/2iotLwn
Drain Cleaner Brush: http://amzn.to/2jJA4qI
Shower Caddy: http://amzn.to/2jj34Jp
Shower Curtain: (from Walmart) Amazon has some cool ones like this: http://amzn.to/2jjf25x
Bathtub Mat: http://amzn.to/2jkp1aG
White Towels: http://amzn.to/2jiYniO

 

Melissa Maker is an entrepreneur, cleaning expert, founder of Toronto’s most popular boutique cleaning service, and star of the Clean My Space channel on YouTube (but she still hates to clean!). Every week, Melissa delivers new videos dishing expert advice on cleaning products, tools, DIY substitutes, and practical, timesaving solutions to everyday problems. Melissa has appeared on the Today Show, and has been featured in InStyle, Real Simple, and Better Homes and Gardens.

12 COMMENTS

  1. After being impressed with Chad’s t-shirt drawer I was shocked with his before bathroom.

    I love your shower curtain Chad, however, your
    toothbrush should be in the medicine cabinet, under cover. I have a small bathroom and purchased, from Home Hardware a mirrored, three door cabinet for my bathroom. Cost would put your budget over but it was well worth the investment. And toilet paper also should not be where it has been placed, back to the drawing board.

    I appreciate your videos, find your information helpful as I do not like using chemicals either.

  2. The tub shroom is a lot better at catching hair. I have used a ton of different products to catch my hair while I shower and this has been the best solution. It will cost about $8-$10.

  3. Hey, there are millions types of Hair catcher – which one did you actually get and how would you give a review of that now that you have been using it?

  4. Nice video but a couple of serious health concerns. First the location of the tooth brush laying uncovered next to the sink. Gross, tooth brushes need to be a at least 6′ from the place you wash you hands or they need to be covered. Think back splash of germy hand onto your toothbrush. Next, toilet paper on the floor, seriously- next to where a man pees. Nothing like a new target!

  5. Loved the video. My boys each have their own bathrooms, but they are on the small side. Thank you for the links to the products in Amazon! We have had the suction cup bath caddies fall from the shower in the middle of the night as well, so the Umbra product is on the to buy list.

    A video on how to create a working cleaning closet as Jani mentioned up above would be great. I am trying to consolidate all of my cleaning items and have cleaning caddies, clothes, and extra cleaning items organized and at the ready.

    BTW, I use your recipe of baking soda and vinegar for our bathroom drains (we have six in the house. Yikes!) and it works like a charm without having to use nasty chemical filled drain cleaners.

    March 7 will not be here soon enough. Already pre-ordered your book on Amazon and can’t wait to read it. 🙂

  6. Love your videos! My project for next month is my linen /gift wrap/file cabinet closet! I was hoping you would do a book signing in Huntington Beach, California, and you could help me!

  7. Hi. Really liked the video. How about you do video about a small entryway. How to organize shoes, jackets and hats. Also how to create a working cleaning closet. Especially for small spaces.

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