This diner-style cookie jar doesn't just hold nail polish. It can also hold cookies!
An efficient organizer AND cute wall decor? You can have it all!
Here's a great way to save counter space. And if you have even more makeup than pictured here, you can put a cake stand on top of another cake stand. No one will stop you.
Don't have a cake stand, but have a cake PAN? Don't worry, we're not going to let you feel left out.
Shhhhh, we know it was made for jewelry, but we're doing it anyway. Don't tell the police.
You know those plain plastic drawers that you can buy practically anywhere, like at Target? A little paint job and then no one needs to know that you were scoping out the College Move-In Sales in your mid-twenties.
Learn how to make it here.
These stick-on shelves are a godsend for studio apartments, or any small space. Pencil holders and Command Strips also work in a pinch.
A tree stump with holes drilled in to hold your favorite makeup brushes. Who knew that Ron Swanson had a sister?!
You can find these bad boys at The Container Store, or in my dreams while I'm fantasizing about finally getting my apartment's act together.
With a vintage frame around a magnetic board, your makeup is a work of art, both on and off your face.
My first thought: "Wait, cracker trays are a thing?" Turns out they are, and you can buy them for pretty cheap if you're into hosting parties.
My second thought: "What a great idea!"
Just don't accidentally dip your eye shadow in the spinach dip.
The brush holds up your makeup, while making sure it doesn't get tangled. Just kidding, that's a comb's job!
It was once an IKEA kitchen cart, but now it's a vanity on the go. Awesome! Or, since it's IKEA, häftigt!
Learn more here.
You could use beads, vase fillers, even marbles to hold up your brushes. But coffee beans will make the room smell magical, plus give you a natural boost of energy.
The clear top vanity makes it easy to see all your products. You're so vain, Carly Simon probably passively aggressively wrote a song about you.