Organizing Your Home (The Bathroom)
4 Ways to Organize Your Bathroom
A well-organized home means less time looking for things. With the amount of time we spend in the bathroom, it’s the perfect place to organize for greater efficiency.
- Declutter your countertops. Cluttered countertops cause stress and make it harder to find what you need. Keep only the things you use daily on the countertop. Relegate everything else to shelves or under-counter storage.
- Add shelving. If the cabinet under your sink doesn’t already have shelving, get a shelving kit. They’re designed to fit around pipes. Add decorative shelves to otherwise unused wall space. Consider shelves behind the toilet and next to the bathtub.
- Compartmentalize. Drawer organizers aren’t only for kitchen use. They’ll keep your bathroom drawers from being catch-all messes, too. A lazy susan offers easier access to the stuff at the back of deeper bathroom cabinets. (Be sure to check for expired medication back there every few months or so.)
- Shower curtain rod caddies. Use a shower caddy hanging on the curtain rod to keep your shampoo and conditioner handy. They also work on the outside of the shower curtain. They’re especially great for small bathrooms where storage space is at a premium.
Next month- watch for the checklist for your garage!