Since Bank Holidays were made for DIY, we thought we'd share with your today a little project that will help take the pressure off your bathroom storage. There's no getting away from it, even the most organised of bathrooms can soon get out of hand with shaving brushes, aftershave, cotton wool pads, eyelash curlers (to name but a few), vying for space. So try creating this space saving bathroom organiser made from upcycled mason jars, courtesy of Bosch. Perfect for even the smallest of bathrooms.
The first step is to mark out the position of the jars on the wooden shelf. Position them so that the jars will be equidistant and centred on the shelf. The length of the shelf and number of jars are optional.
2. Drill the holes
Then pre-drill the holes that you have marked on the board using a thin wood drill bit. Next drill the holes using a rotary hammer drill.
3. Time to fit the hose clips
Before continuing, pre-drill the hose clips with a thin 3mm metal drill bit. Then fix the clips to the shelf with wood screws in the places you have marked out on the shelf.
4. Adding the finishing touches
Last but not least, place the jars in the hose clips and tighten. Then fix the finished bathroom organiser to the wall with wall plugs, screws and a rotary hammer drill. Your eyelash curlers, cotton buds and shaving brushes now have a new home.