I like my nails done and I have 3 teenage-ish daughters (youngest is 12.5, so pretty close). So, yeah. Nail polish organizing is something I have to figure out, though I do it a little differently every time we move and I settle/unpack.
store it visually in the master bathroom closet. Now I don’t have a master bathroom closet, so it was time for a new plan.
I admit that I first bought this storage organizer for my daughters scrunchy collection, even though it was marketed as being for nail polish. I was going to surprise her with it for Christmas with some new scrunchies in it, but then she showed me the inventive way she had stored them in her drawer and I didn’t want to overtake her creativity.
So, I had this organizer meant for nail polish just sitting around. Shockingly, I decided to try putting nail polish in it. Maybe not shockingly, it did the job perfectly.
The storage container has 2 sides, both have the same layout that are the perfect size for nail polish bottles.
Also, the container stores upright, which is good for the paint bottles, but it is really skinny and can fit in a lot of places.
I fit it under my bathroom sink next to my makeup caddy. I don’t have a ton of bathroom storage in this house, but it works out just fine with smart organizing.
I found this nail polish storage organizer on Amazon. I’d call this super easy nail polish organizing. It was as simple as filling it up and setting it in the cabinet.
I hope your nail polish organizing dreams come true. Really, it won’t be much work. This is an easy win.
From my home to yours,
I wish I could post a picture of the organizer my husband built
to hang on the wall. It holds nailpolish bottles and craft paints which he when he worked on his models.
He used peg board and strips of wood for the shelves. So easy to see what he had.
That sounds amazing. I miss the organizers on the wall that fit at our last house. Unfortunately, there is just not a spot here to have anything on the walls. Enjoy your custom-made organizer!