Decluttering your bathroom - large or small
A bathroom, like kitchens, are one of the most vital rooms of your whole house. Within your room-by-room decluttering process, everything from a powder room to a master ensuite may feel like a low priority, but in reality, you want your bathroom to be spa-like, a mini retreat to pamper yourself. Small bathrooms and large bathrooms are actually some of the easiest rooms to declutter. Your number one goal in this case is to stop the overflow of makeup products, haircare, bathtub essentials, and other self-care treatments you’ve tricked yourself into believing you’ll use one day and refuse to purge.
Step 1: Start by disposing of any outdated lotions, creams, makeup, and hairspray that’s collected dust in your medicine closet—if you haven’t used it in the past six months, throw it away. And those four different types of opened mascara you’re not using? Let me tell you how liberating it is to toss those babies in the garbage. I promise, you won’t miss them.
Step 2: Invest in some racks or bins to put underneath your sink to add extra storage space.
Step 3: Introduce over the door organizers to store your makeup or hang up your towels—these are a great way to save wall space in those super tiny bathrooms.
Step 4: Add a decorative cabinet above your toilet to hold hand towels and toilet paper.
Step 5: Keep your counters clear. Other than some hand soap or hand lotion, select your cutest nik naks and place them in a vanity tray. The less that’s visible to the naked eye, the better.
If you’re looking for some specific bathroom products to help you with organizing your bathroom, check out these additional bathroom organization tips.