Cheap Small Bathroom Makeover: Organization, 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?

RECOMMENDED VIEWING:

Bathroom Cleaning Routine: https://youtu.be/RupUUmPFAzQ

10 Nasty Things in Your Bathroom: https://youtu.be/H47JQTwCcQA

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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
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Shower Caddy: http://amzn.to/2jj34Jp
Shower Curtain: (from Walmart) but Amazon has some really cool ones like this: http://amzn.to/2jjf25x
Bathtub Mat: http://amzn.to/2jkp1aG
White Towels: http://amzn.to/2jiYniO

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K.S. Noh says:

What a fun way to announce! Now that you’re joining the Mommy Club I’ll be watching more of your videos. It’s much easier to relate to other mommies 😉

Linda Farneth says:

Tip: When replacing a shower curtain remove the tension rod from the wall and slide the curtain and hooks off at once. Then after replacing the rings slip the whole thing back on the tension rod and replace on the wall.

Kelly Bumpous says:

Everything

Gord Stone says:

Where does one get a shower curtain for $12.? At Rona they go for $19. to $29. The non-slip bath mat is a great idea. I’ve used them before and they’re fool-proof.
Gord,
Vancouver

4Knewt says:

I left at $150 Canadian or US. sigh

Md. Abdullah Al Zamil says:

What tihs Space????

Cabbage Lettuce says:

I’m struggling with buying baskets. I don’t like wired ones because it’s so hard to clean between it. Please do a video on how to easily clean it! I only use regular clear plastic containers with lids since it’s really easy to clean and it’s affordable.

MrSLacKHacKer says:

thanks some nice ideas to decorate my diy small bathroom
https://youtu.be/BLWjpdEQP6s

Kathleen Smith says:

my whole apartment needs a make over..we live in public housing and it’s a small space

Amanda Pettway says:

Awesome improvements love it!!! I need to give our bathroom a makeover, my husband and I share.

Tlingit1990 L. says:

Same layout as my bathroom. I’m gonna implement these tips. Thanks!

Ramona Maray Grillo says:

Tooo expensive

G C says:

thanks for the info on drain never knew that. thanks

Jodi Roy says:

Aw, this was a really nice post. In thought I want to put in writing like this moreover – taking time and actual effort to make an excellent video however what can I say I procrastinate alot and certainly not appear to get one thing done.

Charlene Robertson says:

My bathrooms have carpet. CARPET!! WHO PUTS CARPET IN A BATHROOM?!?!?! But I rent, so I can’t do anything but suck it up. Any ideas about that?

Janet Reed says:

The Amazon link to the over the door organizer doesn’t work – do you have a good link for that?

Cynthia Diaz says:

Chad has so much stuff! lol

theresa knott says:

my room and chad it look great. I love it

Mackenzie Casey says:

If you guys are married, then DAMN! How did you get him to be so excited about this? Lol! My bf rolls his eyes at anything new I want to bring into the home 😛

Romila Lal says:

Thanks for these great ideas

Brenda Jones says:

the kitchens

Azama Shabani says:

Makeover in small kitchen please please

Snow Leopard says:

Thank you for doing this video; it really shows what a little TLC can do! Also, I bet you were so excited to redecorate that bathroom!

Krazzy Kraffter says:

I would add a rod to the back of the shower to hang the caddy on … And maybe other items with hooks

lovemuffin1963 says:

I think it is nasty to have the TP next to the toilet

DOREEN CAMPIONE says:

My bedroom’s

Viva los pepes says:

Not much of an improvement seriously

starwish246 says:

Take it from someone who knows. There is going to be at least one (probably more) container leaks under your bathroom or kitchen sink as the years go by. Nothing worse than seeing a liquid (of some kind) dripping/pouring out under the cabinet door, or spreading on the cabinet floor.
By putting your cleaners in solid containers, instead of open baskets, the container will hold the leak. Believe me – it is a lot easier to wash out a container in the sink or tub, than to have to get down on your hands and knees to scrub the cabinet (ESPECIALLY as you get older).

starwish246 says:

Take it from someone who knows. There is going to be at least one (probably more) container leaks under your bathroom or kitchen sink as the years go by. Nothing worse than seeing a liquid (of some kind) dripping/pouring out under the cabinet door, or spreading on the cabinet floor.
By putting your cleaners and other liquids in solid containers, instead of open baskets, the container will hold the leak. Believe me – it is a lot easier to wash out a container in the sink or tub, than to have to get down on your hands and knees to scrub the cabinet (ESPECIALLY as you get older).
And remember that leaking chemical cleaners and other liquids could damage the cabinet flooring, stain the paint, and maybe even leave an odor. Buy containers at yard sales, dollar stores, or reuse containers you may have already.

Ria Liam says:

I can makeover that for $50 or less. Also, that toilet paper location is gross.

philip israel diel says:

Hg b

Maria Le-Bron says:

You Can Find These At The Dollar Store.

Chasity Boske says:

my bathroom is toooooo dark how do I make it brighter

mizbiz 1985 says:

M my whole apartment… it’s small with 3 rooms. My room is the worst. Being busy as a mom and machinist is tough. I really need help with this. Please help me organize my house!

Lima_ Online extra says:

Geez that is expensive u should try dollar tree it’s so much better

lovemuffin1963 says:

Umm no that is what liquid plummer is for,

Gladys mohr says:

Nice ideas

starwish246 says:

Take it from someone who knows. There is going to be at least one (probably more) container leaks under your bathroom or kitchen sink as the years go by. Nothing worse than seeing a liquid (of some kind) dripping/pouring out under the cabinet door, or spreading on the cabinet floor.
By putting your cleaners in solid containers, instead of open baskets, the container will hold the leak. Believe me – it is a lot easier to wash out a container in the sink or tub, than to have to get down on your hands and knees to scrub the cabinet (ESPECIALLY as you get older).

starwish246 says:

Take it from someone who knows. There is going to be at least one (probably more) container leaks under your bathroom or kitchen sink as the years go by. Nothing worse than seeing a liquid (of some kind) dripping/pouring out under the cabinet door, or spreading on the cabinet floor.
By putting your cleaners in solid containers, instead of open baskets, the container will hold the leak. Believe me – it is a lot easier to wash out a container in the sink or tub, than to have to get down on your hands and knees to scrub the cabinet (ESPECIALLY as you get older).
And remember that leaking chemical cleaners could damage the cabinet flooring, stain the paint, and maybe even leave an odor. Buy containers at yard sales, dollar stores, or reuse containers you may have already.

Charlene Robertson says:

Omg at the money wasted. Do you know how much cheaper you could’ve gotten each of those things? You overpaid by half. I’m cheap as Hell. The Dollar Tree has the exact things for $1 that other stores have the same thing, same name, for around $5-$7. Think cheap. Save yourself money.

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