There's a lot of stuff and not a lot of space—see how Simply host Haley Cairo corrals her bathroom clutter.
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Bathrooms are notoriously hard to organize and often house a large variety of beauty and health care products in a limited amount of space. Simply host Haley Cairo was tired of seeing her products scattered around the bathroom sink—so she decided it was time for a big reorganization project.

She started by taking everything out of her cabinets and assessing whether she still needed or used each item. Then she measured the cabinets to determine how much space she had to work with.

Next, it was simply a matter of sorting everything into categories that make sense (i.e., all hair products together, all face care together, etc.) and finding the right bins to keep everything tidy. In many cases, Haley opted for storage options that were designed for closets and kitchens, but still work perfectly in the bathroom. Using opaque storage may make your bathroom storage look less cluttered, but clear containers let you see what's where to find exactly what you need quickly.

Here's what Haley used to make over her bathroom storage.

Acrylic Bathroom Storage
Credit: Amazon.com

STORi Bliss Plastic Organizer

$14, amazon.com

This divided bin makes it easy to sort and store items in your bathroom—and the handles make it easy to transport it where you need it. 

Clear Stackable Sweater Drawers

$54 for 2, containerstore.com

Haley uses these roomy sweater drawers to hold many of her bathroom products. You can buy dividers for an additional $10 to help you organize each drawer.

Clear Stackable Large Shoe Drawer

$16, containerstore.com

These clear acrylic drawers aren't just for shoes—they're the perfect size for smaller toiletries (and they stack on top of the sweater drawers!). Haley added the $10 dividers to organize products.

The Home Edit Large Drawer

$40, containerstore.com

This roomy drawer comes with dividers to make it easier to use in your bathroom vanity. 

iDesign Linus Kitchen Bins

From $20, containerstore.com

These portable bins may be designated for the kitchen, but they come in sizes perfect for under-vanity storage. 

iDesign Linus Pantry Bins

From $15, containerstore.com

These roomy bins are ideal for cosmetics and other items—and the ridged bottoms help keep spills from getting all over your other products. 

Stackable Shirt and Accessory Drawer

$66 for 3, containerstore.com

Love the drawers, but have a cramped cabinet? These clear stackable shirt drawers will fit beautifully in smaller spaces. 

MYACE Lazy Susan Cabinet Organizer

$22, amazon.com

Haley uses these to corral her daily face care products, so she can easily swivel around and get to the mask or sunscreen product she really wants. 

mDesign Plastic Adhesive Mount Storage

$18, amazon.com

Haley loves these plastic containers that adhere inside the cabinet drawers for small items that you often need to access quickly.