Kmart Australia interior stylist reveals budget products she used to reorganize her bathroom space

How to tidy up the space under your sink: Interior stylist uses $3 products to create a VERY organized bathroom cabinet

  • An interior stylist has used the budget Kmart buys to organize her bathroom cabinet
  • Steph, from Sydney, arranged her belongings using $3 and $5 . plastic white tubs
  • The space under the sink and side drawer was originally ‘such a mess’
  • But the tubs organized the products neatly and made the space look neat

An interior stylist has shared the budget purchases she used to organize her small bathroom cabinet under the sink.

Steph, from Sydney, shared photos to social media showing exactly how she neatly organized her personal belongings using small, sharp $3 storage bins, along with $5 flexi baskets for larger items from Kmart.

The mother of three said the bathroom cabinet under the sink and side drawer were originally “like a mess” but was pleased with the end result.

Steph said the bathroom cabinet under the sink and side drawer were originally “like a mess” (pictured before image)

The use of storage baskets helped to make the space more organized and to organize the different products into different categories, such as cleaning products, hair care and skin care.

The use of storage baskets helped to make the space more organized and to organize the different products into different categories, such as cleaning products, hair care and skin care.

The use of storage baskets helped to make the space more organized and to organize the different products into different categories, such as cleaning products, hair care and skin care.

The low cost storage solution is ideal for those looking to reorganize their home while in lockdown due to Covid-19 restrictions.

For the number of tubs purchased, Steph would have spent a total of $70 for 18 products.

For the number of tubs purchased, Steph would have spent a total of $70 for 18 products

For the number of tubs purchased, Steph would have spent a total of $70 for 18 products

The low-cost storage solution is ideal for those looking to reorganize their home while in lockdown due to Covid-19 restrictions

The low-cost storage solution is ideal for those looking to reorganize their home while in lockdown due to Covid-19 restrictions

After sharing the before and after images in the Kmart Inspired Homes Facebook group, other cleaning enthusiasts praised Steph for sharing her recommendation.

‘Wow! That is amazing!’ one person wrote, another added: ‘I did the same with mine, it feels so good afterwards.’

Steph also regularly shares helpful cleaning and organization tips with hundreds of her Instagram page.

Last year, during Victoria’s strict lockdown in April, another savvy mom also turned to Kmart to organize and clear out several closets around her house.

The woman shared images on the Facebook group Organizing Ideas Australia and wrote: ”The current times have given me a kick in the ass to finally organize my house properly!! I am quietly proud of myself. Kids playing/crafting and my pantry is next!’ the woman from Melbourne captioned the post.’

The mother’s “seriously impressive” organizational skills not only allowed her to tidy up the common areas in the house, but also kept her busy while she was isolated.

Last year, during Victoria's strict lockdown in April, another savvy mom also turned to Kmart to organize and clear out several closets around her home.

Last year, during Victoria’s strict lockdown in April, another savvy mom also turned to Kmart to organize and clear out several closets around her home.

The mother's 'seriously impressive' organizational skills not only allowed her to tidy up the common areas in the house, but also kept her occupied while isolated.

The mother’s ‘seriously impressive’ organizational skills not only allowed her to tidy up the common areas in the house, but also kept her occupied while isolated.

The woman organized her bathroom, laundry and study area by purchasing inexpensive storage items from Kmart, IKEA and Bunnings Warehouse and labeled each product with delicate self-adhesive labels.

Creating space and organizing small spaces can be achieved by using stackable boxes or tubs without lids to conveniently store larger items, such as washing bottles or irons.

All products can be purchased online with the Kmart items priced at $4, the IKEA products priced between $4 and $6 and the Bunnings storage drawers starting at $2.99.

The pretty font labels can also be purchased online at That’s So Labeled with prices starting at $1.99.

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