5 Strategies on How to Organize Your Bathroom

You may have the perfect bathroom but no matter how big or small your bathroom is, it is one room in the home that hardly ever has enough storage space.

It can be difficult to find what you need when your bathroom is cluttered. Whether you need to do a major overhaul, need to organize the area under your sink or you need a great way to store makeup that keeps it handy, just a few little tips can drastically change the look and function of your bathroom. Here are 5 Strategies on How to Organize Your Bathroom!

1. Organize Your Bathroom Closet
Linen closets are one of the least favorite household spots to organize. There’s a lot of folding involved, a large and sometimes bizarre range of items to weed through, and, often, a shelf too high to deal with without a ladder. That said, organizing your linen closet can be easy.
First, determine what you want to store in the closet and what to store in the bathroom itself. (This decision might be made for you if you have no linen closet, or your bathroom is extra small.)
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2. Toss Your Expired Products
Having hard time to track your beauty products expiration dates? Stickers will help you do just that by offering you a place to write the date of first use so you can easily label a specific product by its particular shelf life. Now you got any easy way to track expired medicines or any shower products and declutter.
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3. Organize Your Medicine Cabinet
Make your medicine cabinet a repository of things you need and use regularly, which means chucking any outdated medicines and relocating excess to another location. Keep like items in their own labeled storage bins underneath the sink or in the linen closet. When you need to use something, slide the whole container out for easy access. You might choose to move medicines into the kitchen because moisture can ruin them. By creating “active” storage in your medicine cabinet you’ll minimize time spent in the bathroom, giving you more time to organize another space in the house.

4. Install wall-mounted racks.
Choose soap dispensers and toothbrush holders that attach to the wall rather than sitting on the countertop, which frees up space around the sink. To streamline things even further, buy an all-in-one style that’s designed to accommodate tumblers, toothbrushes and more.
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5. Make your shower rod do double duty.
Let your towels and delicate dry — without being on display. Install an inexpensive combination shower-curtain rod and towel bar, and items can drip-dry into your tub. You can mount backwards so towels can hang behind the curtain.