Start with a Schedule
To help ease the dawn bang, schedule unlike times for each family member to use the bathroom area to shower and get dressed. If homes are limited to one life-size bathtub area and a half-bathroom, agenda family members to use the life-size bathroom for shower, and the smaller area for brushing teeth, applying makeup or styling hair during high-traffic times. Display the dawn agenda on a wipe-off calendar or blackboard so that it can change as schedules vary .
Organize the Existing Space
start with the basics by taking advantage of the space that already exists. All bathrooms have common areas that can be expanded with elementary organization products .
- Behind doors and walls: Make use of the bathroom’s vertical space by installing over the door racks to hang extra towels or washcloths, jewelry, hair accessories or bathrobes. This will avoid countertop clutter.
- Cabinets and drawers: For bathrooms with limited shelves or cabinet space, install a wall-mounted rack, or use a rolling cart,
- Floor: Place laundry bags or clothes hampers in or near the bathroom so family members will put away dirty clothes instead of leaving them on the floor. Try pre-sorting whites and colors into divided laundry hampers to save time in the laundry room.
Add New Space — without Construction
other arrangement products can create newly repositing areas within the bathroom. For example, the habit of a shower caddie helps organize toilet toiletries. Maximize idle quad under the sink by adding sliding shelves or drawers that provide extra upright storehouse space.
If space permits, search for a freestanding storage unit to hold towels and toiletries. And do n’t forget the space over the toilet ! Add wall-mounted shelves to instantly create more space.
Reading: Bathroom Space Saving Ideas
salvage time in the toilet by placing a fogless mirror in the shower so that men can shave while showering. Add a shower clock as a reminder to class members to limit the distance of their showers .
Remember the Kids
For families with younger children, bathtub caddies are capital for holding and draining bath toys and toiletries. These caddies will save valuable cabinet space that is normally used for storing bath items. Get a step stool for younger children so that they can reach the sink to wash and dry their hands or brush their teeth without aid. Parents can concentrate on getting themselves fix, quite than on their children .