Organizing the bathroom – not a funny household chore
Organizing the bathroom may be the one household duty that is less enjoyable than cleaning it, but it will pay off in the end. After all, the bathroom should be the cleanest and most sanitary area in the house, which is impossible to do without enough storage space.
Furthermore, the less clutter there is, the better you will feel and the faster you will clean. Check out our bathroom storage options to make wise use of space, whether you’re renovating your bathroom or simply want a more organized bathroom.
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Use a shelf.
A shelf with legs, floor standing shelf, for various bathroom items such as towels and cosmetics is a smart method to incorporate a lot of storage space without drilling holes in your walls. A piece of furniture like this can also be useful if your bathroom is too small to accommodate a wardrobe.
Wall storage space.
If you are remodeling your bathroom and changing the tiles, you might request that a storage space be built into the shower area, straight into the wall. You will be able to store your care goods there and will not need to mount any other accessories.
Another clever idea for a room lacking built-in storage is to hang a small curtain around the sink. It provides dimension to the space, a burst of color, and, most importantly, conceals your cleaning product containers without breaking the bank.
Choose nice containers for care products.
The issue with care items is that they come in a variety of forms and with more colorful and varied labels, which can visually clutter even the most orderly bathroom. Those who dislike seeing a jumble of colors and labels usually keep them in a closet.
If you don’t have enough space in your bathroom for storage, there is a solution. You won’t have to hide your care products if you buy nice containers for them.
Trays for small stuff.
The trays not only provide a stylish touch to the arrangement, but they also help you keep everything organized. Make-up, perfume, and creams can be stored in a tray for easy access.
Use the space above the toilet bowl.
You can make use of the space on a low toilet bowl. That doesn’t imply stuffing it full of trinkets, but it can house a few containers that you don’t have room for elsewhere.
Wall mount hanger with hooks.
Instead of a cupboard, put a coat hanger (or several) with hooks on the wall to free up floor space. That way, you’ll have enough space to hang your towels, bathrobe, and any other items that can be stored in this manner.
The bathtub tray will allow you to store a few items while enjoying a peaceful bath worthy of a spa. It also serves as a storage area and a convenience accessory. You will have rapid access to the glass of wine and the book you are reading with its assistance.
Basket for toilet paper.
Toilet paper isn’t particularly attractive, but it looks a lot nicer when kept in a lovely basket beside the toilet. Furthermore, the basket is a decorative object, so you may use it to complete your arrangement.
Use a rustic towel ladder.
A ladder can be used to create more towel storage space. It looks prettier and gives more dimension to the bathroom than shelving. It is appropriate for any situation.
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