Organizing Open Shelving in the Bathroom

Storage in a bathroom always seems to be a dilemma. Whether you have a lot of storage space or a little, organizing that space is always a challenge. The typical bathroom storage needs to accommodate a variety of personal products, towels, toilet paper, tubes and bottles of first aid products, and so on. If you take stock of how many things you store in your bathroom alone, you’d be surprised at the number of different items. Making the storage area work and look good all at the same time gets a little tricky. At Moxie Girl, we offer home organization as one of our services. We recently accepted the challenge of organizing open shelving in the bathroom. This took a bit of planning and ingenuity. The mission? To transform the existing shelves into a place with accessible storage for bathroom essentials and other belongings while still making it eye appealing since, after all, it’s open shelving. Not...

Vinegar: The Miracle Cleaner

For a long time, many have thought that vinegar was only used for making a delicious salad dressing or canning pickles, but the truth is vinegar is an amazing cleaner, deodorizer, and disinfectant. Not only can it cut through grime and gunk but it’s non-toxic which means it’s safe for every member of your household and….it’s CHEAP! You can get a gallon jug of vinegar for under $4. Who knew a cleaner for your home could be so friendly to your budget?  Here are some favorite ways to use vinegar to tackle every day cleaning in your home. Vinegar: The Miracle Cleaner As a Fabric Softener – Add one to two cups of vinegar to the rinse cycle in place of fabric softener. You can create a scented version by adding up to 20 drops of essential oil to 1 gallon of white distilled vinegar. The vinegar removes residue from clothing that can make fabrics look dingy....