Ways To Simplify Your Bathroom

Living with a small bathroom can be a daily nuisance. There’s only room for one person to realistically get ready at a time, there’s no where to put anything, and it makes your morning routine feel like playing a chess match. Fortunately there are plenty of ways to simplify your bathroom no matter what the size.

© yampi – Fotolia.com

Think Up!

We often get discouraged when we look at a small space in terms of it’s length or width. You begin looking around the room trying to figure out where you could stuff one more basket or storage container. An easy solution to small bathroom storage is tower organizers and shelving that can be hung on the wall. By utilizing not just your floor space but also your walls and the backs of doors you can easily organize all of your supplies without fear of tripping and breaking your neck every morning.

Going Under

Even the smallest vanities can be transformed into an oasis for hair care products and other supplies. A simple under-vanity two drawer unit can completely change your storage possibilities. And as long as you’re storing items under the vanity don’t forget to use the interior of the cabinet doors. There are a number of over-the-door racks that can be utilized beneath a vanity to offer an easy hiding place for straighteners, blow dryers, curling irons and other supplies that would normally wreak havoc on the top of your vanity. This will offer a neater solution for storing these items that keeps them off of the vanity top and out of your way when they’re not in use. 

With just a few storage units and the right supplies you can quickly and with relatively little expense enjoy a much neater and better organized bathroom.

Alicia Murphy

Alicia Murphy is a licensed real estate agent. My freelance writing career began simultaneously with my Real Estate career in 2010. As a Realtor I’ve worked primarily with buyers in finding them their dream home and have experience in foreclosure sales, but I've also represented sellers in marketing and selling their homes. As we await the bolstering return of the Real Estate market I will continue to adapt to ever-changing conditions and continue to provide first-rate service to my clients.

Recent Posts

Sam Mizrahi: A Great City Needs a Dynamic, Graceful and Inspiring Center

As an admirer of architecture, Canadian developer Sam Mizrahi knows that the great cities of…

13 hours ago

8 Risk Factors to Consider Before Investing in Real Estate

It is said that with great risk comes great reward. All sorts of investments come…

20 hours ago

First National Realty Partners: Invest or Avoid?

Accredited investors have many different options to choose from once they decide to invest in…

23 hours ago

Google AdSense – How to Use It on Your Real Estate Blog

Your real estate blog is one of the greatest marketing tools you have at your…

2 days ago

A Look at Top St. Louis Agents

With tougher times ahead in the industry, here's a candid look at a few St.…

2 days ago

5 Tips for a Successful Home Renovation

If you’re in the process of planning a home renovation, you're likely feeling both excited…

3 days ago