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Get Rid of Excess and Organize Your Home {Bathroom}

Get Rid of Excess and Organize Your Home Bathroom. Simple tips to help you control the clutter and organize your bathroom space.

Hope you all had a great holiday weekend! I was able to relax, eat, and check out some local Amish markets with the family. It was pure bliss. 🙂

This is the third week of the Get Rid of Excess and Organize Your Home series and today I’ll be discussing the bathroom. If you missed the previous two weeks I’ll have the links at the bottom of this post so you can catch up. For me this is another room that I find fairly easy to keep organized. Our home doesn’t have huge bathrooms so I try to keep things as simple as possible which in turn helps keep things organized. So today I’m going to share some tips that will hopefully help you keep your bathroom (even if it’s small) organized:

Get Rid of Excess and Organize Your Home {Bathroom}

Control clutter

Do you really need several varieties of hair products, brushes and lotions? Odds are you probably only stick to a handful of products that you use daily. Make sure you take inventory and pitch or donate anything that you know you don’t need. I find that 50% of the products I keep in the bathroom rarely get used if at all.

Contain it

Whatever you decide to keep, store in plastic bins so that it’s easier for you to see what you have on hand and also to keep your toiletries organized. I also like to use plastic containers to keep products that tend to spill easily separate.

Maximize the space you have

If you have a small bathroom, use the space above the toilet to maximize space. Bathroom wall cabinets are great to hang in this area which can provide extra storage space. You could also install shelves for an inexpensive option.

Go vertical

Do you keep perfumes or makeup out on your bathroom counter? Consider using a tiered tray to keep your toiletries contained to one area. It will keep things organized and easy to access.

Use magnetic strips

Add magnetic strips to the inside of your medicine cabinet to keep small metal items organized. It’s a great way to keep things like tweezers and bobby pins (am I the only one that loses them?) in one place.

Find alternatives

Don’t have enough towel racks for your family’s towels? Hang large baskets on the wall and place rolled up towels inside. You can also use mason jars to store cotton swabs, q-tips and makeup brushes. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on storage solutions, simply use what you already have around the home.

I hope you found these tips helpful, but if you want some more tips check out my post on How To Organize Your Bathroom Toiletries.

How to organize your bathroom toiletries

Missed the previous post from this series? Check out Week 1 {Living Room} or Week 2 {Kids’ Bedrooms}.

How do you keep your bathroom organized? Would love to hear your tips!

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  2. Love this, Jesenia! I especially like the idea of adding a magnetic strip to the inside of cabinet doors….that would help me out a lot!

    • Jesenia Montanez says:

      Thanks Lydia! I actually don’t have a medicine cabinet, but plan on doing this inside the bathroom sink doors. 🙂