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How To Keep Your Small Bathroom Organized

How To Keep Your Small Bathroom Organized

Using an unorganized bathroom can take a toll on your physical and mental health. If walking into your bathroom is becoming stressful, follow these tips and tricks to eliminate the clutter and regain your peace of mind.


Throw Away Unused Items

The most common source of your bathroom-related stress most likely comes from all those unused, and unnecessary items cluttering your space. The average bathroom carries a variety of outdated medicine, unused supplies, and various products that really shouldn’t be there. Oftentimes you might find yourself purchasing an item that you only use one time, and it becomes a permanent fixture in your bathroom for years.

One tip for keeping your bathroom decluttered is to just simply throw away or move items you don’t regularly use. This is a fantastic tip for freeing up space and keeping your bathroom looking clean. Check expiration dates and discard those items you’ve been looking at, but not using.


Only Keep Necessary Items In The Shower

If you only remembered one thing about keeping your bathroom organized, it should be this. Only essential items in your shower. A sleek, minimalistic, well-designed, organizational product like this AmazerBath shower caddy gives you the perfect place to store those essential items. Its wall-mounted, no drilling needed quick install makes it the best rust-proof stainless steel shower caddy on the market.

Now just because you have an AmazerBath adhesive shower caddy basket rack doesn’t mean you should fill it up with frivolous items. Keeping it free from unused, nonessential items will bring a whole new feeling of cleanliness to your bathroom.


Keep Important Items Accessible

If there are certain products that you use on a regular basis, it’s important to keep them within reach. This serves two purposes. It keeps products accessible as well as frees up space for less used items to be kept elsewhere. When it comes to organization, lots of bathrooms don’t really have storage space. So most people end up using the active space around the sinks and on top of the toilets.

The only products you should store in that active space, if any, are items that you use every day. If you don’t use them once or twice a day, they should be moved and kept completely out of sight. If you can help it, try to not use your active space at all while also keeping your regularly used items accessible. Read the next paragraph to uncover how to do that.


Consider Storage Options

The lack of storage options in your bathroom is probably the reason why it’s so cluttered, unorganized, and messy. But you don’t have to settle for that messy bathroom. It will only take a toll on your physical and mental health through increased stress levels. Consider alternative storage options that will help dramatically improve your bathroom's organization while eliminating the need to use up your active space.

Take for example this AmazerBath Bamboo Over The Toilet Storage Shelf. The three-tier build and slim bamboo construction combine to create a sleek, yet ergonomic option for maximizing your bathroom storage. Now that you have additional storage, it’s going to be very tempting to fill that space with nonessential items. Remember to always only keep essential items within reach, and put everything else either in the garbage or another place.


Don’t Overcrowd Cabinets, Closets, and Drawers

The last thing you want to have in your bathroom is crowded cabinets, closets, and drawers that spill over every time you open them. These spaces should be organized with a minimalistic approach that will help eliminate anxieties and stress related to bathroom organization. Every time you open that crowded cabinet, it’s gonna give you a jolt of stress-derived cortisol that you don’t really need. It’s better to keep things clean so you remain calm, cool, and collected as you go about your daily life.

We hope you enjoyed these tips and tricks on keeping your bathroom organized. Unnecessary stress will take a toll on your physical and mental health. Spend your next free weekend going through a few of these simple, easy-to-do tips, and watch the stress fall away from your life.

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