Interiors

Talking Bathrooms – How To Keep Yours Clutter Free

clutter free: modern bathroom

It’s so easy to end up cluttering your whole bathroom. After all, you start adding a few things in there. And then you end up filling the room quickly with all your toiletries and other items. For one thing, clutter is never good as it can stress out your mind. And it will cause your bathroom to look less attractive. Therefore, to ensure you don’t end up with a ton of clutter in your bathing quarters, here is some splashing advice on being clutter free.

Make sure you have lots of storage options

It’s surprising how many items you actually use in the bathroom. After all, alongside your shampoo and body wash, you have all your skin care products too. And when your other half and kids start filling up the sides too, you can end up with a tonne of clutter in your bathroom. However, it doesn’t have to live all over your sides if you get storage in your bathroom.

For example, you could get a free-standing cupboard which you could use to fill with all your items. Or you could even build a cabinet which could become the new home for all your items. And if you want something a bit more unique, you could always go for cute jam jars which are ideal for holding your toothbrushes and other essentials. Or even opt for some tubs which you can fill with your items.

Go for a space-saving suite

A lot of people end up cluttering their bathroom when fitting their suite. After all, they go for a large bath and shower which end up taking up all the room. Therefore, to ensure you don’t end up with little space, you should consider going for a smaller suite. For example, shower enclosures are a great space-saving solution. They can easily fit in the corner of your room, so you are not wasting any space. And unlike other shower options, you will stay pretty clutter free and enjoy a lot of the space in the room.

Potential buyers also like shower enclosures so you will sell quickly when it’s time to put it on the market. Also, when it comes to the bath, you could also go for a corner bath which will take up minimum space. And don’t go OTT when it comes to the toilet and sink. Will you really need a Juliet sink which will take up double the space? Sometimes basic is the answer to ensure you don’t use too much space.

Always keep on top of clearing out the bathroom

You might be surprised to know that clutter often occurs as people don’t keep on top of cleaning their bathroom. In fact, they leave it for ages for items to build up. But then it starts to get all cluttered and looks messy. Therefore, always keep on top of cleaning the bathroom. Throw away any old bottles which you are finished with. And if the laundry hamper lives in there, make sure you sort the washing regularly! If you keep on top of it, it’s bound to stay clutter free.

And remember to only keep a towel or two in the bathroom at once. If you start putting a tonne of towels in your bathing quarters, you’re going to end up using up all the space in your bathing quarters.

 

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