If you’re like me, your bathroom might be the messiest room in your house. It’s not just because I’m a woman and we’re often more prone to clutter than men are; it’s also because our bathrooms are often the most visible rooms in our homes. Our bathroom organization tips will help you keep your toiletries, linens and cleaning supplies organized so that they’re easy to find when you need them.
Linen storage can be a challenge in the bathroom. You need to keep your towels, hand towels and washcloths handy but out of sight. You also need a place to store face cloths and washcloths that are being used by family members (or guests).
One solution is to use a linen closet or cabinet. If you have the space, this is an excellent way to keep your linens organized while keeping them out of sight.
- Linens, including towels and washcloths, are often a chore to keep neat. Consider keeping linens in a basket and storing them on top of the sink or cupboard.
- If you have room for it, you may want to store your towels on shelves or in a closet. Use hooks on the walls or open shelving units to hang bathrobes and hand towels.
- Towel warmers are great for those who live in cold climates because they’ll dry your towels quickly. They’re also helpful if you don’t have enough space inside your home—they can be used outside near an entrance door so that guests can grab what they need before leaving again!
When it comes to organizing your bathroom, the first thing you should do is get all of your toiletries out of their packaging and into one place. You can use a basket or a tray that has been designated just for this purpose. When they are all in one place, it’s easier to clean them up at the end of each day and see what you have left over so that you know when it’s time to replenish supplies.
Some people prefer keeping their toothbrushes in a cup next to the sink; others like keeping them in holders attached directly on the wall behind the sink area itself. It’s really up to personal preference!
- Toothbrush, toothpaste and floss
- Shower cap
- Shower shoes (optional)
- Shower caddy (if you have the space for it)
- Hand towel for drying your hands after washing them in the sink. You can also use this to dry off after getting out of the shower!
- Hand wash for washing your hands when you just feel like it. Use a pump bottle so you don’t waste water or soap.
- Lotion or body lotion if you like putting stuff on your skin. Just be sure that whatever kind of lotion you use doesn’t irritate sensitive parts of the body—for example, if someone has a rash on their face they probably shouldn’t put any kind of cream on it unless they know what’s causing the irritation in order to avoid making things worse! That goes double if they’re pregnant because then babies might come out looking like little bumps with arms/legs attached instead
- A clear container will help you see when you have forgotten to put away the toys, so you can easily clean up.
- A basket or bin is also an easy way to store bath toys and keep them organized in one place. The drawstring bag from LUSH is a great option if you want something that’s simple but effective at keeping your bath toys contained.
- You could even store them in the tub itself! Just make sure they’re hanging low enough so that no little ones can reach them without climbing onto something (for safety reasons).
- You could also just put all of your child’s bath toys in a ziplock bag for storage purposes. If this seems like too much work for you or if your kids don’t really need any organization at all, this might be good enough!
Cleaning Supplies & Tools
When it comes to organizing your cleaning supplies and tools, you have a few options. You can keep them in a basket, drawer, cupboard or box. Or you can keep them in a bag. But whichever way you do it – get organized! Otherwise, your bathroom will be messier than ever before with all of these things thrown around everywhere.
But which option is best? Well…it really depends on what works for you and where space is available for storing everything neatly. If there’s no room for anything else besides the countertop then perhaps going with baskets would make sense because they don’t take up much space at all – plus they look cute! On the other hand if there is plenty of room then maybe using shelves would work quite nicely too since that way everything stays off surfaces altogether so nothing gets dirty from being knocked over accidentally (which happens often enough).
These tips can help you organize your bathroom.
- Use a basket for your toiletries. This can be a small basket or plastic bin, and it should be stored on the back of the door—off the floor, but easily accessible.
- Use another container for linens. This could be a small drawer organizer or shelf liner that’s kept in the linen closet.
- Store cleaning supplies in an under-the-sink cabinet or in a large drawer organizer (which you can get at most grocery stores). The important thing is to keep these items contained so they’re not all over your countertops, making them hard to reach when you need them most!
- Organize bath toys by size (smallest to largest) and store them inside a basket with handles. This way they won’t take up much space while also being easy to transport when necessary!
Organizing your bathroom can be a lot of work, but it’s worth it. Not only does it make cleaning and doing laundry easier on you, but it also gives you more time for other things that are important in life. It doesn’t matter how big or small your bathroom is—these tips will help anyone maximize their space!