The hubs and I have gotten pretty good at coming up with ingenious ways to live in our tiny house with all of our stuff. (When I was single I used to joke that when I got married my husband would have to keep all his belongings in the trunk of his car because there would not be room for them in my house.) We got rid of a lot of stuff when he moved in, and things were OK. Then my parents dropped off all of my childhood belongings on my porch (that's a story for a different day), and that added a huge influx of even more stuff to our already crowded space. We're pretty proud of our space-saving solutions, so I thought I would share some tips on how we live small in our tiny space!
Today we will focus on our bathroom. Yes, we have only one. With a tiny sink that is right against the wall so that I am constantly bumping my elbow into drywall when I wash my face or brush my teeth. Our bathroom has no working vent or fan, and the floor is peeling up near the tub. But, we the water works and we have a washer/dryer in the house, which is a big plus. Here are some ways we save space in our bathroom:
Here's another plate (I think I got this one on clearance at Target) used to hold body sprays (I am allergic to perfume, so these fruity gems are my substitute).
I'm telling you, I saved myself so much money by re-using containers I already had instead of going out and buying new ones.
What are some of your space saving tips?
Linking up today at:
Living Well Wednesday
Works for me Wednesday
Grace at Home