Who says that you can’t have champagne taste on a beer budget?
The dream for most of us is a simple one. We all want to have a nice house in a peaceful neighborhood, preferably with a quality school system for our kids to grow up in. When we are shopping for that home (mentally, of course), we always have one simple request. Please, for the love of all that is holy, can we find a place that has at least two bathrooms?
The mere concept of sharing a bathroom with the children is a no-go in this house. While we have already given our little ones the boot a long time ago, that does not mean that we have allowed the “kids bathroom” to fall into a state of complete disrepair.
We have seen it happen too many times. You get content with allowing the kids to have run of the room. You stop paying attention to what is really happening in there. The next thing you know, the whole room has turned into the seventh circle of Hades. You find yourself wondering how in the world you could have allowed such tomfoolery to unfold, right under your nose.
That’s what makes this set of hacks such a special one. The kiddie bathroom does not have to devolve into a madhouse with no structure. These bathrooms CAN have an underlying decorative principle. The days of wandering into a completely disorganized room can finally become a thing of the past. And YouTuber ClutterBug is here to give us all the intel on making this happen.
The organizational tricks that she offers in her video are top of the line and second to none. You may think that you are out of ideas when it comes to all of those bath toys, but she’s got you covered. All it takes is one watch to get your creative juices. What you decide to do with the information that she has to offer is totally up to you.
Best of all, the items that you are going to be using can all be sourced from the local Dollar Store. A gorgeous bathroom at a low price? You can truly have it all. Who says that you can’t have champagne taste on a beer budget?
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