Lately, my bathroom has been giving me some headaches. First is was the faucet's valve seat which somehow broke and it kept leaking. Then it was the Toilet seat. Water wouldn't run, and I'm still waiting on the plumber's expert eye to tell me what's going on.
In the meantime, I'll show you a couple of Do It Yourself simple projects to enhance your bathroom's performance inch by inch!
Under-cabinet cleanup - Adhesive tile spruces up storage areas
When the floor of your sink cabinet needs a spruce-up, lay down squares of self-adhesive vinyl tile. They're about a buck a square at home centers and provide an easy-to-wipe clean surface.
Hidden toothbrush organizer - Cut notches in the cabinet shelf
If you keep your toothbrushes in the medicine cabinet stacked on a shelf, they probably fall out when you open the door. If you cut notches in the cabinet shelves, you'll solve this annoying nuisance. Use a rotary tool along with a woodcutting bit and sanding drum.
Razor holder - Use PVC pipe and plastic tie straps
Keep your razor from falling into the tub with this simple holder. Cut a 3-in. length of 1-in. PVC pipe with a handsaw. Cut two 1/8-in.-wide notches in the pipe. Strap the pipe to your wire shower caddy with two plastic tie straps hooked in the notches. Drop the razor into the pipe; the blade will catch on the edges of the pipe, keeping the razor off the floor.