How to Keep Any Bathroom Organized

We talked about the advantages of having a small kitchen to help you stay organized and reduce clutter, but what about keeping an organized bathroom? It’s common for people to have a cluttered bathroom, with messy counters, overcrowded and disorganized cabinets, and even soaps, shampoos, and loofahs hanging around the bathtub. But, even if you have a small bathroom, you can still stay organized and reduce clutter.

No more having your blow dryer tossed around or those big boxes of Q-tips taking up space in your cabinet. By creating or buying shelves and small organizing drawers and containers, you can keep your essentials neat and your bathroom organized.

Handy Organization Tips for Bathrooms

Keeping Your Apartment Bathroom Organized

Keeping your bathroom organized can be challenging, but it can be done! Here are some effective bathroom organizing ideas to keep the space tidy and functional.

Vertical Shelf

A vertical shelf is the perfect bigger-space solution for keeping towels, toiletries, and cosmetics tidy. Whether it is over the toilet or you just hang them on your wall, a closed cabinet or an open shelf will make a great designated space for anyone with a lack of storage space.

Mason Jars

Mason jars aren’t only good for sweet summer lemonades and fruit-infused water. Store your Q-tips, cotton balls, toothbrushes, and toothpaste, or any other tiny essentials in mason jars to get rid of that messy under-the-sink cabinet look. Utilize different sizes depending on the type and amount of items you are trying to store. Remember to place them somewhere you can see and access easily, such as your sink, a shelf, or in a cabinet.

Drawer Storage

College students living in dorms are well aware of these tiny yet nifty plastic drawers that can fit right under your sink. They are the perfect tool to store makeup, nail polish, tweezers, floss, razors, or even a small flat iron or electric clippers and keep everything organized. Just look at the size of your sink’s cabinet and make sure it will fit, or if your sink doesn’t have a cabinet, place it right underneath or in a corner that is not already crowded.

Woven Baskets

Woven baskets are the perfect place to store shampoos, conditioners, bath soaps, oils, and towels. Hang them on your wall or place them on a shelf. Get smaller baskets to place under your sink to store bigger items such as cleaning products, mouthwash, or makeup bags. If you can, stack them to increase floor space.

Wire Racks

Need a place to store cleaning products, soaps, loofahs, or even hang your towels? Install a wire rack with a shelf and towel bar inside your bathroom. These racks can hold all your essentials, keeping your sink space clear, while providing a dedicated space to hang towels. If you’re looking for bathtub organization ideas, a wire shower caddy over the faucet or showerhead is a must for keeping bathing products and tools on hand.

How to Organize a Small Bathroom

Organizing Your Small Apartment Bathroom

If you’re thinking “these are great for people with lots of space, but I still don’t know how to organize my bathroom,” don’t worry! Limited space just requires more creative solutions. Here are a few tips for organizing a bathroom with minimal space.

Over-the-Door Storage

Wondering how to store towels in a small bathroom? One of the simplest compact bathroom storage ideas is to utilize the back of your bathroom door. Install hooks or an over-the-door organizer for towels, robes, or even small baskets for toiletries.

Corner Shelves

Maximize corner space with corner shelves. These can be used to store essentials like toilet paper, soap, or decorative items without taking up valuable floor space.

Magnetic Strips

Install magnetic strips on the wall to hold small metal items like tweezers, nail clippers, and bobby pins. This keeps them easily accessible, frees up drawer space, and prevents a messy vanity area.

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