Teaching children the art of being arranged from a young age is the safest way to save your sanity for those who have a type A personality, like me. One of those rooms in our home that can acquire out-of-hand crazy is your toilet. Toothpaste, towels, tissue and creams can readily get straightened out within the counter, or in the instance of the toothpaste. See how after these easy storage and organization solutions can help your family stay organized and tidy in no time.
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Dirty laundry on your restroom floor and towels is one of my pet peeves. Having a laundry hamper inside the restroom, you, your kids and your spouse will have no more excuses when it comes to cleaning up.
Placing pretty baskets on open shelving will give you the storage you need while hiding any unattractive items which you may have to keep there.
If your toilet lacks storage area, think about adding a freestanding open-shelf cabinet, such as the one shown here. Keep things such as toilet paper and additional washcloths on the shelves and things you’d like to keep out of range of tiny hands way up high.
Installing a magazine rack in the toilet will free up space on the container of the bathroom and give the room a cleaner look.
Curling irons, hair brushes and sprays occupy a lot of space and are easily tangled. I love this idea of getting sectioned storage for every item inside precisely the same cabinet. If hiring a cabinet maker to retrofit your current drawer to appear something like the one shown here isn’t in your budget, consider using plastic boxes inside the drawer to get the same functionality.
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Maintaining soaps and other bath items right over the tub where they are easily available is the ideal storage solution.
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Toiletries and medications occupy a lot of space and are oftentimes hard to find if you need them. If your toilet has a closet, why not use a plastic over-the-door shoe organizer? All of your items will be simple to see and catch if you need them. Just be sure to store medicines from children’s reach.
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Consider storing things you use frequently, such as cotton balls and swabs, on the counter in glass jars. They’ll appear cosmetic and will always be in easy reach.