Trying to organise and declutter your bathroom can be one of the bigger challenges of the household.
The bathroom is one of the tiniest rooms in the house, yet so many things naturally live in the space. Toiletries, shower supplies and cleaning supplies are common things you’ll find populating a bathroom.
Thankfully, there are many practical organising techniques and products that can help you keep your bathroom looking organised and decluttered. All it takes to keep your bathroom organised and decluttered is a little creativity.
1. Clean out those drawers
Make sure to throw away any sort of old makeup, hair care products or body wash products you no longer use. If it has anything growing on it like mould, throw it away immediately!
2. Reshuffling items
If you have too many items sitting on your vanity, try reshuffling them into your bottom drawers. Your bathroom will be less cluttered. Using drawer organisers helps keep your bathroom drawers in order and remember to keep those items you frequently on top.
3. Shower Caddies
Is your shampoo, conditioner, and body wash sitting on the floor of your shower or the handrail of the door? Has your shower floor turned into a blend of bottles? Are you tired of bending down to get what you need? Here’s a solution for you!
There are so many different types of inexpensive and stylish shower caddies available that will not only declutter and help organise your shower space but also make your shower more enjoyable but are quite stylish as well.
4. Perfumes and colognes
They do have a shelf life of 3 to 5 years if stored properly and should be thrown if you notice an odour. Although perfumes and colognes do not “spoil” the older they are the scent and colour will change. If you have bottles of perfumes and colognes that are well past their use-by date, throw them away!
5. Bed linens and towels
Sort through all of your sheets and pillowcases, bath towels, hand towels and washcloths. Match all of your sheets and pillowcases together and get rid of the ones that are not a matching set. Do the same with your washcloths and towels.
You may not have matches or sets of these but go through and check for wear and tear and holes and toss them out. If any of the items are still in good condition, donate them to a shelter or thrift shop.
6. Hair accessories
If you haven’t been able to resist purchasing every new hair tie, bows, bands, clips, or even hair dryers or curling irons, then you need to seize control of the situation. Decide which of the items you use the most and which ones you have never used or probably never will use and toss them out. Again, if they are usable and in good condition, donate them.
Now that you have gone through everything, sorted and decided on what to keep or toss out or donate, it’s time to put everything back neatly in place and treat yourself for all of your hard work. You now have an organised bathroom. It will be much simpler to keep it that way with just a few extra minutes every day.
We hope you’ve hope our tips to declutter your bathroom helpful!
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