Have you ever battled with the same old bathroom clutter? Whether it be a lack of storage space or that you have too many things, your bathroom can end up feeling like a cluttered mess. It's easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed out when you don't know where to put everything. So how are you supposed to organize your bathroom if you're short on space?
Well, we've got some tips for you! First, take a look at what's currently in your bathroom. Do you have one of those decorative, but impractical shower curtains? Why not use it as a backdrop for your toiletries instead? Second, think about what is most important to keep in your bathroom. If cleaning products are always within reach, then they are likely more important than towels. Thirdly, decide which items should stay out of sight and which ones should remain on display. Finally, decide what needs to be done now and what can wait until later.
What's in your bathroom?
Take a look at what's currently in your bathroom and decide what needs to be done now and what can wait until later.
-Do you have one of those decorative, but impractical shower curtains? Use it as a backdrop for your toiletries instead.
-Think about which items should stay out of sight and which ones should remain on display.
Which items should stay out of sight?
This is the most difficult part of organizing a small space. Think about what you don't need to see in your bathroom and stick it out of sight. This is the place where you can put those decorative items that clutter up your space, but aren't regularly used. Put everything that you want to keep an eye on in a specific area of the bathroom. For example, if your shower curtain is off-center, then put all the toiletries on one side and put your towel rack on the other side so they are both in view when you're getting dressed or undressed.
What should be organized now and what can wait until later?
If you're short on time, then organize the items that need to be done now. If you have more time, then wait until later.
The following are some things that you should do now:
- Organize toiletries in order to make them easier to find.
- Put away seasonal decorations or decorative items that don't need to be out anymore.
- Sort through your cosmetic storage and find the items with expiration dates.
- Move seasonal clothes from your closet into garment bags so they won't get wrinkled when they aren't being worn.
- Make sure all of your cleaning products are within reach of the sink for easy access.
The following are some things that you can do later:
- Create a desktop organizer for toiletries and other small items like hair ties or hand sanitizer.
- Find a laundry basket so you can store towels outside of your shower stall and not have them take up valuable space inside the shower stall.
- Sort out robes and towels by season and place garments in garment bags to avoid wrinkles and dust mites while they aren't being worn.
Don't clutter the bathroom
Bathroom storage often becomes a frustrating and frustrating process. So the first step is to get rid of what you don't need and find a way to store what you do. Here are some ideas for how you can organize your bathroom:
-First, think about what's currently in your bathroom. Do you have one of those decorative, but impractical shower curtains? Why not use it as a backdrop for your toiletries instead?
-Secondly, does the placement of cleaning products need to be within reach, if they are more important to you than towels.
-Thirdly, decide which items should stay out of sight and which ones should remain on display.
-Finally, decide what needs to be done now and what can wait until later.
Towel racks and shelves
The most important thing to remember when organizing your bathroom is to have a plan. Don't just grab everything in your bathroom and throw it in the closet until you figure out what to do with it later. It's easy for this process to go on for days, weeks, or even months. If you have time, start by putting things on shelves or towel racks so that they are more accessible and you can put them away more easily. Towel racks are also great because they can be hung up in the shower or used as an extra seat while getting ready. The style of rack can help you deciding which items should stored away and which ones should remain on display. Next, you could decide if you want to stop using your current toiletry storage system or if you want to remodel your existing space with new shelving units and drawers. Lastly, schedule a day where you will clean out all of the clutter from your bathroom so that it feels like a whole new room again!
The right storage space can make a mundane task seem more like fun. If your bathroom is a little on the cluttered side and you need some extra storage space, you should consider investing in a vanity cabinet. Vanity cabinets are small, but they are very functional and can provide plenty of room for all of your toiletries.
Wall mountings for hairdryers, razors, toothbrushes, and toothpaste
Start by installing wall mountings for hairdryers, razors, and toothbrushes. These items can be mounted on the wall or placed on a shelf. Next, consider making more space in your bathroom by installing a large mirror cabinet above your sink. This will not only make you feel like you have more room, but it will also make it easier to store your toiletries. If you're looking for more storage space in your bathroom, then consider installing shelves to display toiletries like soap and lotion. Finally, if you're still struggling with clutter in the bathroom, consider using bins to organize items that need to stay out of sight until later.