Hey everyone! I hope you are all recovering nicely from your weekend, or your weekend was so relaxing that there is no recovery needed ;) We spent a day at Sea World this weekend. The little lady loved it, and we did too. It’s so fun seeing things through the eyes of little ones. To start off the week I want to show you guys this DIY Wood Caddy I made to organize my bathroom.
My bathroom before this wood caddy was an embarrassing mess. We just kinda had stuff everywhere, and unfortunately, there isn’t a ton of countertop space to spare. We needed some organization!
After the piece was built, I made it my own by adding rope handles and stenciling the front.
I stained the caddy with Minwax Special Walnut, the same stain I used for my DIY Framed Map. I absolutely love this stain!
For the rope handles, I measured and marked my spot for two holes.
Using a 1/4in drill bit I drilled the two holes.
After the holes were drilled, in went the sisal rope on one side. I tied a knot then did the same on the other side.
Lastly, I stenciled “BATH” onto the front. I made the stencil with my Silhouette Cameo and painted the lettering white with acrylic paint.
I finished it with a coat of polyurethane.
It’s so nice having this wood caddy to keep all our bathroom items organized. I placed mason jars filled with q-tips and cotton balls in a couple of the slots. I also used a mason jar as our tooth brush holder in another slot. The fourth slot is used to house my every day toiletries like lotion, moisturizer, and face wipes.
Such a fun DIY wood caddy, and it rescued my bathroom countertops!
So, how do you organize your bathroom items?