Bathrooms often see a lot of traffic and due to their relatively yucky aspects we tend to pay less attention to them than the rest of our homes. The following tips will explain how you can organize your bathroom with greater success:
- Medicine cabinet organizing
Making your medicine cabinet a safe haven for a lot of items you use on a regular basis means you will need to remove outdated medicine and either disposing of them or relocating them elsewhere. The way you can achieve a clean countertop is to make use of your medicine cabinet as much as you can. For the most part we use everyday grooming accessories a lot more than medicine, so having them close by but out of sight to avoid clutter is a much better idea. Make sure you keep items clearly labeled if you can under your sink or the linen closet. When you are in need of something you can simply slide the container for ease of access. Avoid moving the medicine to the kitchen, as this may completely ruin them.
- Controlling hair products clutter
There are many hair products we use every single day in most cases that take up a whole lot of space. For a quick organization of your hair products, you should get a plastic tub where you can lay them down under the sink. Place the tub and consider its contents carefully. If you don’t need something, then maybe it’s time for it to go so you can have more free space in the bathroom.
- Adding great towel storage
If the towel rack is simply not big enough for your family’s needs, then you will need to add more hooks to the bathroom walls. They are pretty easy to mount and will create more space for each member of your family so they can hang the towels. A simple solution that will also leave your floor dry and your counters clean.
- Dealing with makeup
Drawers in your bathroom will tend to be a collection of many containers, which usually help organize things a bit. You could do better however, as using an expandable cosmetic drawer organizer is a great way of keeping your cosmetics under control. Different sized compartments will work for all manner of cosmetic needs, so you can keep things better organized that way. This will make storage a far easier task in the long run.
- Checking out the shower caddy
It may be a great addition to any shower, but does it really get the job done for you? Perhaps it happens to be too big or too small for your particular needs and you need to professionally clean it once in a while? There are many options in terms of caddies, both from suction shelves to showerheads. If you don’t have more than enough room, you would do well to cut down on the toiletries to save up some space for better uses later down the line.
~ Thanks to Ella for the Guest Post!
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Er do you have a post on organising my house too please? haha xxx #twinklytuesday
Now I just need you to come and do it for me! I wish my bathroom looked like yours. I think I might be keener to keep it looking tidy if it did. #twinklytuesday
We have a tiny bathroom so have a few shelves and a tiny cabinet! It doesn’t take much organising but could definitely be a bit tidier! Thanks for sharing and Thanks so much for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday
Great tips! We have very little storage space in our bathroom, and not allowed to put up shelves or cupboards as we rent, so I try to keep clutter to minimum as best I can (not easy with two small kiddies who love bath toys!) xxx #HomeEtc
I’m forever wondering how to organise our bathroom storage, great tips X #HomeEtc
Come and do it for me! Great tips! Love a today bathroom. Thanks for sharing and linking up again, much appreciated 🙂 Jess x #HomeEtc
I have LITERALLY just reorganised our ensuite!! The cupboard was full of things that were out of date or that we never use! SO good to have a clear out 🙂 Thanks so much for linking up to #HomeEtc