27 Ways to Organize Your Bathroom

Tame your toiletries and restore order

In our month-long Organizational Blitz, see how Sweeten homeowners have whipped their homes into shape.

An organized bathroom can seem like a distant dream, especially when you consider that it’s usually the smallest room in the home. With such limited storage space, many of us resort to using a nearby closet for stray items, or a shelving unit that towers over the toilet, which only adds to the chaos. Say goodbye to lackluster storage and minimize clutter once and for all with these solutions.

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Vanities are often the largest piece of furniture in the bathroom and they also have the most potential for storage and organization. This IKEA model is a popular choice.

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Tackle organization on multiple fronts like these five homeowners who combined several solutions that work well together—like pairing an extra large medicine cabinet with a roomy vanity and baskets underneath.

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Read up on the different kinds of built-ins, cabinets, and shelving that you can use to configure your bath’s storage.

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So you’ve reconsidered the vanity and installed a bigger medicine cabinet, but you still have a few things that need a home. Try open shelves that match the look and feel of the bath.

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Last but not least, don’t forget about the shower. A few corner shelves or tiled niches will go far in corralling shampoo and conditioner bottles.

Don’t miss our previous posts in the Organizational Blitz series; 39 Ways to Organize Your Kitchen and Budget Basics: Bath Renovation Costs.

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