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3 Principles on How to Organize a Bathroom

Sunday, February 2, 2014 Category: Bathroom Designs
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Clean and Neat White Bathroom DesignBathroom is a place which is easy to get messy. When the family members have the habits of placing toiletries carelessly, the bathroom can lose its recreational function.  Fortunately, with the following effective bathroom organization tips, you can reduce the mess and also make sure that the bathroom is always soothing and relaxing.

There are at least three main problems you should note to deal with a bathroom mess:

1. Too many items? Discard some
One of the biggest causes of a messy bathroom is the number of items not used. Most people who have bought shampoo or other items that they finally don’t like will switch to another product before the previous one is completely depleted.

Worse, they still don’t want to throw the product that they do not even use. Some of them even keep it in the bathroom cabinet or a shelf. Surely this is filling the space in the bathroom. Whatever it is, if it has been more than 12 months in the bathroom, throw it. This product potentially causes harm and should be discarded.

2. Lack of storage? Create more space
The main bathroom and laundry room should be made in a sufficient space. There are several products available to make cabinets stay neat and countertops stay clean. The over-the-tank  storage unit can be an ideal option for utilizing the vertical space in the tiny bathroom. Also, do not forget about the bathroom closet. A big closet can be used to store rolls of toilet paper, extra towels, and some other bathroom supplies.

3 . No organization system? Develop it
After some clutters have been removed and the storage has been determined, it is important to make all things be in their place properly. Do not rush to put everything in its place. Decide on a system for storing goods, for example, hand soap, lotion, toothbrush and toothpaste are all the most frequently used items in the bathroom. Therefore put them on the table.

After that, set the rule that there should be no more than four objects on the table. Everything should be laid on the other side of the house such as cabinets or shelves. Make this as a routine, putting the items back to their original place. It may require some time to adjust to the new system. However, this will make it easier to find stuff in your bathroom, making it worth it to try. With a few short steps, your dream bathroom can now be a peaceful place to enjoy your days.

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