Upcycled Bathroom Decor Project with Scott Tube Free Toilet Paper
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With a family of four, we go through a lot of toilet paper. Especially, since my two children seem to think that toilet paper also is a replacement for napkins, tissues, dust rags, among other things. It never really bothered me too much, until I started to see the empty toilet paper rolls in the garbage pail. For awhile, I was collecting them to be used as pirate periscopes, swords and other fun craft projects. But then I just had random bags of empty toilet paper rolls laying around and they still in the end went into the garbage. Did you know that over 17 billion toilet paper tubes are tossed out every year? That is enough to fill the Empire State Building, not once, but TWICE!
Like most moms, I spend a lot of time shopping at Target and I recently found the most genius idea there – Scott Naturals Tube-Free toilet paper. Seriously, how could no one think of this before?
I’ve been a long time user of Scott Toilet Paper and I love that Scott Naturals Tube-Free is exactly like my standard roll, but it just doesn’t have the tube. Believe it or not, the tube-free rolls works on your toilet paper holder too!
Our bathroom has very little storage space and for a long time I had been keeping the toilet paper in our laundry area. It worked, but wasn’t very organized and wasn’t very convenient when we needed a new roll of toilet paper! I think underneath the bathroom vanity is one of the messiest space in my house. It seems things are just randomly placed and thrown in. My husband had these wooden crates and I figured I would put one to use to help keep things neat and tidy in our bathroom.
My new vintage Ball mason jars were re-purposed to hold cotton balls and q-tips. A third jar holds a pretty orchid. I used my chalk markers to add a bit of inspiration since the bathroom is the 2nd most used room in our home, after the kitchen. Our Scott Tube Free Toilet Paper fits nicely in the crate, along with a few magazines to suit everyone in the house. I think I might add a few towels in the crate as well.
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Have a mess in your bathroom? I shared my solutions – what is your best tip?