Do you find yourself fumbling around in your bathroom in the mornings? Or, do you feel as though your bathroom is just too small, or even too big, to be organized? If so, a simple bathroom rearrangement may ease your struggles.
You can add space to even the smallest of bathrooms by switching up your item storage and placement—you just have to look in the right places!
Perhaps your bathroom is too big, leaving your space at risk for clutter. Whatever your bathroom needs are, you can follow these three steps below to ease your morning stress.
Declutter Your Space
Start by taking inventory of all items stored in your bathroom—do you really need them all? Over time, our bathrooms can become storage areas without us even noticing!
Empty out your medicine cabinet and drawers, looking for empty or close-to-empty containers. Keep only what you use on a daily basis.
This is especially important if you have a closet or large storage area that can be easily overused. Designate this as a place for towels, dirty clothes, and cleaning items, in order for you to store smaller items throughout the rest of your bathroom. Doing this will help your bathroom look more open and spacious.
Consolidate Personal Products
Now that you’ve assessed what needs to stay and what needs to go, consolidate all personal hair and hygiene products as much as possible! This step is super important, because although you may use several products on a daily basis, you don’t need all of their packagings!
Consider transferring your products from original packaging to smaller containers. This will help create some space on your bathroom’s surface areas.
Create an “All Things Extra” Area
Ok, so maybe you never use that one product, but it cost you a good chunk of cash, and you just can’t throw it away. No worries! You can safely store it in a place away from your daily essentials.
If you are tight on storage, consider taking advantage of the space above your toilet. You can hang a shower-like caddy above this area or, install a couple of small shelves to hold these extra items. You can also opt for an enclosed shelf option to prevent items from falling over.
This can even be a great excuse to decorate your bathroom. If you have a certain look you want to maintain, you can opt for decorative shelves or storage additions that pair well with your bathroom’s aesthetic.
Request a Free Quote with Us and Decide if a Bathroom Remodel is What You Need
If these tips don’t resolve your bathroom spacing needs, then perhaps it’s time for a bathroom remodel. At Capital Construction, we offer customized solutions for every bathroom type. Rest assured, we are experienced in all types of remodels and bathroom conversions—so you get the best results, at the best possible price.
With 16 years of experience in the industry, we are committed to devoting 110% efforts to all of our remodeling projects. Tell us what you need—we’ll make it happen!
Call us today or submit a quick form online to get a free estimate! We look forward to hearing from you.
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