Kitchen items for your bathroom

As I try to add a little glam to our bathroom on basically a zero budget I decided to start shopping the house. I quickly realized our kitchen has so many fabulous accessories that could easily be used in the bathroom, best of all it is free!

~Lets take a look~

I have a few of these glass containers I use on our dinning room table, hello soaps and salts!



Pottery Barn

I don’t have a wine rack but I sure have a plate rack that would work.


 How pretty would a three tiered basket used for fruit to display all your wash clothes, shampoo’s and conditioners.



How about taking some of your serving bowls and adding your cotton balls and q-tips

Mini Square Tidbit Dishes, Set of 4 | World Market

Cost Plus

Imagine all of your perfumes displayed on your grandmother’s silver platter.

I have a few really beautiful plates that could easily store my jewelry and misc items.


French Blue Vintage...


Sounds strange but a compost pot could hide all of your unmentionables.

Odor-Free Countertop Compost Keeper


Take your kitchen woven baskets and display all of your towels or magazines.

Source: via Kristin on Pinterest

Pottery Barn


I have a few urns not being used right now, they could hold our brushes.

Restoration hardware

Did I miss anything? Off to raid my kitchen cabinets, see you soon!

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  1. I use clear, crackled looking glasses to house my lip glosses, eyeliners and mascara. I also use them for q-tips, cotton balls and cotton pads. Since my youngest daughter can’t reach the toothbrushes in the medicine cabinet, I put her toothbrush and toothpaste in an antique sugar bowl. (Minus the lid.) It sits on a white ceramic tray, from the kitchen, with lotion and a crystal drinking glass. And I have a nice white uniquely shaped bowl with sand from around the world that has some small shells and starfish in it. I’m all for re-purposing items around my house.

    Great post, Kristin!

  2. So many fun ideas Kristin! I have apothecary jars with soaps and bath salts around our tub but now you have me thinking of some more ways I can mix things up. I can’t wait to see how you end up accessorizing your bathroom!

  3. Great ideas. I could do everything except the bright red compost pot!-lol I have a small apothecary jar that I use for my cotton balls and a silver tray that I use to hold my bottles of shampoo, bubble bath, etc.

    Sweet post- xo Diana

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