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Free Organization Labels Part II

December 19, 2017

 

The season for giving continues today with Part II of my organization series! These beautiful free printable labels are the key to aesthetic organization. Part II includes labels for your laundry room and your bathroom. If you missed it last week - you can download Part I here. Part I featured pantry and linen closet organization labels.

 

As usual, my goal at The Aesthetic Organizer is that to organize for your lifestyle. Which is why I don't settle for one-size-fits all. I believe in grouping like items for easy access and organization - not adding steps to the day for pretty glass bottles that take time to refill. My goal is to provide organization solutions that last for years - not days.

 

Start your bathroom organization project by grouping like items in categories. Check for expiration dates on cosmetics. Wash out and recycle anything that is no longer good. Focus on categorizing the areas you gravitate toward needing at the same time.

 

For example, I always have my clients divide their routines into Morning and Evening routines. Then, I place all their skincare/haircare/shaving/makeup of that category into a single bin properly labeled. This makes it easy to grab exactly what you need when you need it. 

 

For items you keep back stock of such as tooth brushes or first aid, group them together in containers with hard lids that can be stacked. This way, the labels make them easy to find, but you don't have to access them as frequently as your daily routine items.

 

Depending on the amount of space you have (not everyone in New York City has a dual sink vanity), you could also opt to categorize by person. Keep all of "his" items in an easy access basket and "hers" in another.

 

After categorizing, find containers that work for you. I love the Nordic Storage Baskets for their easy grab handles, hard sides, and pretty bamboo lids. They're perfect for stacking in those hard to reach corners under the sink. This white mesh pull-out drawer option is perfect for doubling your space. Keep your Morning Routine items in the top shelf and Evening Routine stored neatly in the bottom.

 

Finally, use the beautiful labels below to clearly identify each container's contents!

 

CLICK HERE FOR YOUR FREE DOWNLOADABLE LABELS

 

Included in the free download are:

 

LAUNDRY: Bleach, Stain Remover, Detergent, Fabric Softener, Dryer Sheets, Starch.

 

BATHROOM: Q-Tips, Cotton Balls, Handsoap, Cotton Rounds, Morning Routine, Evening Routine, Soap, Nail Care, Shampoo, Conditioner, Lotion, Makeup, Dental Care, Shaving, Haircare, First-Aid, Vitamins, Medicine, Epsom Salt, Bubble Bath, His, Hers, Skin Care, Heat Tools.

 

To use: Simply download the document at the link above. Print on a full sheet of sticker paper (like this) and cut to the size of your choice. If you're using woven baskets instead of plastic, you can also print directly onto card stock. Once cut out, add a single hole punch and tie to your basket with an aesthetically pleasing ribbon of your choice!

 

Did you enjoy these? Let me know in the comments below so I can keep creating quality content for you!

 

Don't forget to download Part I of the free organization labels here!

 

 

The Aesthetic Organizer is a professional, personal organizer that helps New York City residents organize their homes, simplify their lives and maximize their precious space. You deserve a beautiful, well-thought out home. Curated closets, organized bathrooms, cheerful children’s play areas and functionally spaced kitchens are only the beginning. Contact me here to experience the benefits that come with Aesthetic Organization.

 

 

 

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As a professional organizer in New York City, I believe in celebrating the things in life that make you happy and serve you well. I provide creative solutions to organizing small spaces (like New York apartments) that are both intuitive and simple to maintain. Look around for some inspiration! - Wendy