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Becky Sue shares her expertise and passion to move you one step closer to love where you live.

BeckySue Becker, CMKBD, CAPS
Becky Sue Becker is a Certified Master Kitchen & Bath Designer (CMKBD) and is a Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist (CAPS). With 30 years of longevity and comprehensive experience in the kitchen & bath industry, she is a sought-after designer in the Atlanta region. Becky Sue’s advocacy approach means your turnkey project will be less stressful and help you love where you live.

Are bathroom toiletries overwhelming and cluttering your bathroom cabinets? You are not alone by any means! When I meet with new clients its a typical site to see a few oversized shampoo bottles and a package of toilet paper, but the vast majority are small items that are often overflowing drawers and baskets.

What is even more frustrating is having the right kind of storage so the area under the sink doesn’t become the home to products that have not been in reach for years.

Function is never overrated. So let’s take a look at some storage solutions.

Rev-a-Shelf

Rev-a-shelf 448-VC20-8 vanity cabinet pullout

Rev-a-Shelf has always been a stronger leader for cabinet organizers.  The 448 series features adjustable shelves with non-skid, easy to clean, vinyl liners and clear storage trays. No worries about losing small makeup pencils or hair accessories.

Rev-a-shelf 4ASR spice rack

Think for a minute how a kitchen spice rack mounted on the back of a vanity door might be a solution for small toiletries?  This adjustable rack by Rev-a-Shelf gives flexibility for tall bottles.

Decora Cabinets

Decora Cabinets knows how to think outside the box by using finger pullouts in their medicine cabinets.

POJJO

And one of my most favorite systems is the POJJO. I learned about it several years back when Designs by BSB became a dealer of this genius pullout for bathroom appliances. No more messy cords and no worry about putting away hot hair dryers or curling/flat irons.

The systems I appreciate the most are the pull-out version, which requires a 9″ cabinet and the tip out front (that is typically lost space anyway)!

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