Bathrooms are the first places people use as soon as they wake up in the morning and also the last place they’ll be before they go to bed in the evening. They’re meant to bring solitude to help unwind and take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Implementing proper design and organization ensures a pleasant and efficient bathroom experience, and that usually starts with the cabinets.
Here are a few organizational tips to help you out.
Store Cleaning Supplies Under the Sink
While this is more commonly done under the kitchen sink, this can also be applied to your bathroom cleaning supplies. Storing them in the cabinet under the vanity sink makes them easier to access whenever they’re needed. Other cleaning tools can also be stored underneath if you have the space for them, which can be maximized by using two-tiered shelves, slide-out storage and other organizers. Doing this is also the best way to make use of the vertical space under the sink.
Install Floor-to-Ceiling Shelving
You can have custom storage shelves made to maximize every inch of space in your bathroom. More shelves will always be used either as additional storage for your towels and toiletries or as a place to display some of your interior décor, such as indoor plants and other fixtures. You can also build them as either open shelving or as closed cabinets that have glass doors for a more stylish look!
Reconfigure Your Medicine Cabinet
Your medicine cabinet can be made more convenient to use when you switch to see-through containers and holders. You can also get risers for your cabinet to increase its storage capacity while keeping the small items near the front of the shelves. With the right type of organizer, you can make your regularly used items easy to access while also increasing efficiency in your bathroom experience.
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