How to Organize Your Bathroom Using Storage Bins

Let’s face it: a messy bathroom can be a headache for you and your guests. Regardless of its size, things can quickly get out of hand if you don’t have an organization system set in place. While it’s common to store a great deal of daily-use personal items in your bathroom, it’s important to have a designated place for these items. If you don’t, your bathroom can quickly end up looking cluttered or disorganized. Since most bathrooms only have so much space for storage, try implementing storage bins into your bathroom’s organizational layout.

Think Big

Storage bins come in all different shapes and sizes, and can be used for a wide range of purposes. In your bathroom, storing smaller toiletries in a storage bin is easy – but what about the larger items? Larger items, such as towels and linens, can easily be kept in a storage bin of the right size. So, if you’re tired of storing your towels in a different room, purchase a storage bin of the right size and you’ll have access to neatly folded towels without ever having to leave the bathroom.

If you’re concerned about the bulkiness of a storage bin, try using a wicker basket that can hold four or five towels. Make sure the basket or bin is easily accessible, in case you or a guest needs to grab one while in the shower. You can even get a smaller basket for hand towels and dry wash cloths. This way, you’ll have a place to keep your towels or other larger items that’s sure to fit in with almost any bathroom’s decorative layout.

Mid-Size Items

You’ll need to find a storage solution for your medium-sized items as well, such as blow-dryers, hair straighteners, or curling irons. For these items, you can search for a slightly smaller bin. If you have space for it, you can place this bin underneath your bathroom vanity. That way it’s not out in the open, but is easily accessible whenever you need it. You can even use a separate bin for other items you might ordinarily store underneath the sink, such as bath tissue, lotions, and hair products. The key with these items is to find a medium-sized storage bin to keep them grouped and organized, keeping similar items together, and condensing them so that, if you’d like to, you can store them in a cabinet in your bathroom.

Small & Similar

At this point, it’s time to find a solution for your smaller items. The best way to keep these items organized is to categorize them. For example, you will want to keep all of your beauty products together. In this case, you can search for a smaller basket, perhaps another wicker one for decorative purposes, and place your makeup, lipstick, or perfumes in there. You’ll find that some smaller wicker baskets come with a top piece that serves as a lid that will help this bathroom addition look even more subtle.

You can find a similarly sized basket for your hair items, such as brushes, combs, and styling products. Since these are smaller items that will require fairly small storage bins you can keep these items on your bathroom counter. As for the smaller items that will go in bathroom drawers, such as dental hygiene products or shaving cream and razors, you can look for a smaller plastic storage basket that will fit in a drawer. This organization helps you keep everything grouped together and manageable. If you know that your related products are stored neatly in the same container, you’ll know exactly where to look to find the object you need.

Nobody wants their bathroom to look like a disaster, especially if you have guests over frequently. Regardless of the size of your bathroom, you’ll need to designate a place to keep a wide range of your daily items. Fortunately, storage bins are the perfect solution. With these tips, you can establish an organized system and be well on your way to creating a very neat and clutter-free bathroom in your home.

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