Streamlining this trouble spot is totally doable when you use these handy tricks.
Raise your hand if you hate fake drawer doors (us too). Here, the homeowner transforms theirs into a pocket hole with a hinged door that creates a nook just big enough for a blow dryer and flat iron.
Get the most out of this tight area by taking advantage of vertical space. See-through bins ensure that you'll never lose track of extra kitchen sponges or cotton balls.
That same bin that's super handy when it comes to holding shampoo and conditioner is just as useful when hung on the back of your cabinet door to hold your hair tools. Or, stick with bottles and pack it full of lotions and nail polish remover.
Keep everyday cleaners well within reach by elevating them on a smartly-placed rod. This leaves room below for catch-all trays and bins.
Instead of letting your less-than-appealing toilet paper take over this valuable storage space, limit your fluffy white essential to just one container (no more and no less). This way you can keep the rest of the area open for all of your other beauty items.
Tuck a lazy Susan under your sink to keep a collection of cleaning supplies at your fingertips — just like you would a spice rack.
This utility zone might be hidden from guests, but you still have to look at it every day. Choose furniture-like pieces (like this blogger's green drawer-turned-tray) and wrap the interior with patterned contact paper to inspire you to stay tidy.
Narrow shelves and baskets are great for holding bottles and accessories. Plus, when you open the door, you can instantly see everything you own without actually moving anything from its dedicated spot.
Corral bottles in paper trays, stash makeup brushes in pencil boxes, and store hot tools like hair straighteners in a magazine holder.
Something about cubbies and shelves just makes everything look instantly in order — and we love this blogger's genius tower of pull-out baskets, which she built herself.