Bathroom Vanity Storage Reinvented

Jessica from <a href="http://www.fourgenerationsoneroof.com/" target="_blank">Four Generations One Roof</a> transforms that catch-all space under the bathroom sink into a clean, organized, super efficient space. Jessica from <a href="http://www.fourgenerationsoneroof.com/" target="_blank">Four Generations One Roof</a> transforms that catch-all space under the bathroom sink into a clean, organized, super efficient space.
Jessica from Four Generations One Roof makes-over the space under the bathroom to be super efficient and clean. #BrightIdeas

Jessica from Four Generations One Roof transforms that catch-all space under the bathroom sink into a clean, organized, super efficient space.

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It is amazing the amount of clutter that builds under a sink in a bathroom. It quickly becomes an unorganized catch-all cabinet for random personal and cleaning items.
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Jessica knew it was time to tackle that with a little help from P&G products and The Home Depot.
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Every good project involves cleaning. She cleaned and prepped with Bounty™ paper towels and removed the curling old wall paper.
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She painted the cabinet with two coats of white semi-gloss. Use satin or semi-gloss for easy cleanup. Adding white paint is a perfect way to brighten up a small space and make it look larger and organized.
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She installed an 11" closet maid wire pull out basket from The Home Depot. Be sure there is enough room in the back to add the basket once it is pushed in.
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The ClosetMaid wire pullout basket from The Home Depot is perfect for corralling toilet paper. Use the baskets to store paper towels, hand towels & bathroom items.
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The use of wire pullout bins and baskets are perfect for keeping items organized and accessible.


To see this bright idea in its entirety, check out Jessica's blog at Four Generations One Roof.