Bathroom Organization

A disorganized bathroom can be uncomfortable and unhygienic. A great place to begin imposing a new organizational regime on your bathroom is in the shower. Showers, due to their amphibious nature, attract plenty of fungus, mildew and grime. Constant maintenance is essential to maintain that sought after clean feeling. It’s not luck or magic. The key to a well-organized, calm bathroom is elbow grease (a few clever shortcuts never hurt anyone). Clutter is a major scourge in the way of a clean, safe bathroom. Clutter creates small, dark, stagnant spaces where mildew thrives. If you have extra shampoo bottles cluttering up the shower, old slivers of soap, ancient bath toys, or whatever your home’s particular brand of clutter looks like, it’s time to get organized! Space maximizing organizational accessories and tools will help you zap clutter and keep your shower neat.

Convertible Shower Caddy

The inside of your shower has never been neater with an extra-large convertible shower caddy. Hangs from any shower door or wall-mounted pole! Built in industrial strength suction cups even offer secure sticking power for any evenly tiled surface. Keep your toiletries and shower gear handy and uncrowded with generous storage space in this adjustable caddy. Adjust and deepen shelves to make room for larger bottles. Available in the elegant, easy-to-clean material of plated steel.

 

Bathroom Organization Ideas

The benefits of becoming better organized are obvious: more time, less chaos, and an overall more simplified life. Like most self improvement desires, the benefits are obvious and the path unclear. Here are some home organizing ideas for some problematic areas to help navigate this path.

Closet Organization

Having an organized closet saves time when choosing an outfit, but it also reduces wear and tear on clothing.

  • Purge your closet of clothing and items that are no longer being used. If you haven’t used the item in a year, this is a definite candidate to donate or throw in the trash.
  • Choose a hanger based on your specific need: thin hangers to save space or thick shape-conforming hangers to prevent creases.
  • Categorize similar items together: separate blouses, slacks, dresses, skirts, t-shirts, and so on.
  • For items that are scattered, causing clutter, or difficult to access, look for closet organizers to simplify things. Closet organizers like shoe organizers, over-the-door racks, and even hanging purse organizers can make a huge difference.
  • Rotate clothing by season. Use garment bags and vacuum space saving bags to store out of season clothes. This will save space and save on the wear-and-tear of clothing.

Bathroom Storage Ideas

Make the morning easier, save time, and create a more relaxing atmosphere by organizing your bathroom.

  • Again, purge. Look in your drawers and cabinets to throw anything away that you haven’t used in six months.
  • Create more space by using over-the-door organizers, behind the door hooks, suction baskets, shelving, and vanity organizers
  • Keep drawers organized with drawer dividers and organizers.
  • Contain similar items in baskets and totes that can be brought out of a cabinet and used when needed.