That would be me. I'm not big on being pampered, the odd pedicure and a lash dye is about all. At home I think I brush my cats furs more than my own hair. Sad but true.
With this being said I'm about to show you where and how I keep my toiletries. There are not very many to store as you've probably figured out.
This is the tiny upstairs bathroom. Toiletries are not the prettiest things to look at in my mind. I don't like all those labels and colors trying to grab our attention in the stores. So we hide ours. Can you spot them?
Tadaa! We built this super narrow cabinet with shelves to match the protruding boxed in pipe on the other side of the WC. The tall door is hung on kitchen door hinges so it sort of snaps close and because the door is a little bit wider than the cabinet, no handle is necessary.
On the shelves are containers from Muji. The tray one's can also be used as lids for the taller ones. There are lots of different sizes. I love them.
This is taken in the downstairs bathroom. The duck was a Christmas present from Wille years ago but I can't bear use it so it lies there and keeps me company as I shower.
I keep another Muji container on one of the lower shelves downstairs. It holds the best lotion known to mankind according to our little family. We all use it, Martin with his excema and Wille and I with our dry skin. Vaseline Intensive Care Extra Strength Lotion is simply the best. The metal box holds extra toothpaste and creams and seldomly used stuff like sun creams. We are in Sweden after all. The basket is filled with extra q-tips, travel size bottles etc. It also holds my stash of toothbrushes and mini toothpastes from the hotels I stay at in Hong Kong and China. I have to stop taking them, there is no way we'll ever use them all.
I love using little glass dishes for other things than their original purpose. I suppose this was meant for little pickles or something like that but here it holds q-tips and cotton rounds.
So, Carolyn, Sunny and anyone else who's been dying to know, that's were it's stored.