Top Tips for Organising your Bathroom

With so many different bathroom essentials to store, it’s unsurprising that this room of the house can sometimes look a bit disorganised and untidy. Here, we share our top tips for organising your bathroom so that you can create an uncluttered space where everything has its place.

Declutter

Before starting to organise your bathroom it’s important to declutter, as there’s no point making space for items that you no longer need.

Rummage through cupboards and sort through shelves to find and discard anything that you don’t use or has become unusable. If you have lots of half-empty product bottles from months gone by, prioritise using these so you can declutter them as soon as possible.

Make the most of available space

If you have nooks and crannies in your bathroom that create wasted space, you can find some great storage items to fit into these – giving you more space for your bathroom essentials. For example, if you don’t have a cupboard under your sink you can purchase a unit that will neatly occupy this area.

Decorative under sink vanity unit
Samira White Vanity Unit
dunelm.com

The Samira White Vanity Unit is the perfect option for this. Boasting intricate carved detail and a clean, white finish, this under-sink cupboard features two shelves which provide plenty of space for any items you want to store away.

Invest in a storage caddy

A storage caddy is a great addition to any bathroom as it ensures that products look neat but are always to hand. This means that you won’t be losing bottles and tubs at the back of cupboards and will always be able to see which products you have available to you. If you live with others, it can be a good idea to have a caddy each to keep everyone’s items separate.

3-tier storage caddy
Burford Painted Bathroom Storage Caddy
very.co.uk
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The Burford Painted Bathroom Caddy is ideal for this as it has three caddies stacked on top of each other, making it convenient for smaller bathrooms and providing each family member with their own neat storage option.

Add some small storage options

Organising your bathroom isn’t all about bringing in new pieces of furniture – there are some small storage options that will really help too. For example, adding toothbrush organisers to the inside of cupboard doors to keep them out of sight but in reach, or putting drawer dividers into your bathroom drawers so that everything has a place and is easy to find.

Shower caddies are also extremely handy, and you can get options that sit in the corner of your shower or hang over the shower door depending on what suits you best.

Hanging storage basket with chrome finish
Two-Tier Hanging Shower Basket
johnlewis.com

The Two-Tier Hanging Shower Basket is a nice option as it boasts two handy baskets and two hooks at the bottom which can be used to hang your shower sponge or loofah.

Now that you’ve read our top tips for organising your bathroom, you can create a space that’s neat and tidy with a place for everything you need!

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