Something we all dream of… Organized Bathrooms: Clean and Clutter Free. Check out all of these ideas to help you get where you want to be.
Most people struggle to clean their bathroom and keep it spotless. A stray glob of toothpaste in the sink or mildew in the shower makes the space grungy almost immediately after scrubbing and wiping every surface. This guide explains how homeowners can achieve organized bathrooms. You’ll keep the room clean and clutter-free, saving time for other things you want to enjoy.
1. Deep Clean the Cabinets
Bathroom cabinets and closets are typically where everyone dumps stuff that doesn’t have a designated home. You might open your storage space and find half-empty bags of cotton balls or bottles of nail polish. They’d look strange if you kept them anywhere else, but you don’t have to keep all of the clutter.
Deep clean your bathroom cabinets and closets to identify what’s worth keeping and what belongs in the trash. Move loose belongings into clear containers or labeled bags so everything has a new purpose and an organized home.
2. Hang New Shelving
Don’t forget that you can always hang new shelves in your bathroom. Depending on your wall space, you could install various shelving units and play with how you’ll arrange them. Floating wooden or metal shelves will create brand new storage possibilities for things like toilet paper rolls and hair spray bottles.
3. Add More Lighting
Lighting can also transform your bathroom into a larger space. Soft vanity lights or wall sconces create an element of sophistication and illuminate every inch of the room. Bright bathrooms feel bigger even if you’ve lived in your home for many years. Consider changing lighting fixtures or switching bulbs to make a big difference with one quick project.
4. Repaint the Walls
Refreshing your bathroom might begin with repainting the walls. Soft neutral colors open any small room and give it a clean, sleek appearance. Start your next project with a can of primer to cover any existing paint that’s too bright or bold.
5. Find Soft Rugs
When you imagine a clean home, you likely picture a warm environment that’s cozy and welcoming. Cold tile floors and granite countertops will emphasize any uncomfortable clutter by creating a negative vibe. Soft rugs will add a warm texture to your bathrooms and even show off the space, encouraging you to clean it more often so it remains something you’re proud of.
6. Downsize Your Personal Supplies
Bathroom clutter is often an abundance of personal supplies. Throw out the empty shampoo bottles in your shower or the rarely used beauty products on your counter. You’ll immediately have less visual clutter that would otherwise make you feel frustrated every time you used the bathroom. It may also save money because you won’t accidentally buy something you already have.
Make Your Bathroom Clean and Clutter-Free
Organized bathrooms aren’t difficult to achieve or maintain. After figuring out where everything goes, how to utilize your lighting and potentially repaint the walls, you’ll create the bathroom of your dreams. Use these tips to make your home clean and clutter-free so it never adds to your daily stress.
A Big thank you to Cora!
Cora’s passion is to inspire others to live a happy, healthful, and mindful life through her words on Revivalist – wholeheartedly convincing them that everyday moments are worth celebrating. Cora has spent 5+ years writing for numerous lifestyle sites – hence her sincere love for both life and the beauty of style in all things. Keep up with Cora on Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.
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