Are you tired of your bathroom being messy and disorganized? Want to turn it into a place of solace?

I’m here to help!



Below, I’ll discuss seven organization tactics you can use to organize your bathroom. They’ll give your bathroom a calm, serene feeling, and you’ll always know where to find the things you need.

After all, no one wants to spend an hour searching for their favorite makeup applicator!

These techniques will vastly improve your life. Soon, you'll get to spend time in a well-decorated and organized bathroom.


1. Store Your Accessories in Labeled Containers

Most of us have a lot of toiletries in our bathrooms. Cubbies and containers can help to keep them organized.


So, run down to Target or login to Amazon and pick up some storage containers. I recommend buying clear ones so you can see what’s inside them.

Categorize your bathroom items and put them into cubbies.

Then, get some labels. Labeled containers will save you a lot of time because you’ll know exactly where everything is.

If you’re constantly searching for things in your bathroom, you’re wasting a lot of time. You could be using that time more productively!

Get some colorful labels to add more personality to your space. If you feel like making your own labels, buy a label maker or vinyl cutter.

Once you’ve labeled your storage containers, you’ll be able to find anything you need, as soon as you need it. Talk about a perfect solution!


2. Add a Laundry Hamper


Put a laundry hamper in the bathroom so you can toss your clothes in there before you shower.

If you don’t have a lot of space, get a small hamper. Otherwise, it’ll take up too much room.

Laundry hampers work well for towels, too. Towels can get fuzzies all over your clothes, so it’s best to keep them separate. A hamper is perfect for keeping your dirty towels away from your dirty clothing.

Just remember to put your clothes in a separate hamper in your bedroom closet


3. Hang Towels on Hooks


Do you need a place to hang your towels? Add a few hooks to your bathroom wall!

If you like to use more than one towel, or live with another person, add a few hooks.

Wall hooks are a great solution for people who don’t have enough room for shelves. There are also adhesive wall hooks that don’t require any screws, which are great for people who don’t want to drill into the wall.

Keeping your towels organized and accessible will improve your bathroom tenfold.


4. Put an Organizer in the Shower


A hanging organizer can do wonders in your shower, especially if you don’t have built-in shelves.

Pick up an organizer that has tiered shelves. You can use it to store your shampoo bottles, razors, and bars of soap.

Plus, you prevent mildew by using a hanging organizer. Traditional shower organizers often trap moisture against the ceiling, which leads to mold and mildew. With a hanging organizer, you won’t have to worry about that!

A shower curtain with pockets is another creative way to store shower items. Yes, this type of shower curtain exists.

Get a curtain with pockets on the outside to store lotions, hairbrushes, and other items. It’s a creative and fun way to store some of your smaller bathroom accessories.


5. Add a Shelf Over the Toilet


Another way to keep your bathroom organized is by adding shelves over your toilet.

Modern ladder shelves can help you take advantage of that space. You can put towels, baskets, and containers on these shelves.

To keep everything streamlined, buy baskets in the same design. You can have one or two baskets on each level and use them to store facecloths, cotton swabs, and extra soap.

Labels might come in handy here, too. By hanging labels on your baskets, you’ll know where to find everything.

You’ll be glad you created more space for yourself, especially since bathrooms tend to get cluttered!


6. Use Mason Jars


You might be wondering how mason jars can help you stay organized ...

Well, they’re perfect for holding accessories such as:

  • Eyeglasses
  • Razors
  • Makeup brushes
  • Toothbrushes and toothpaste
  • Hair ties and bobby pins
They’re very useful, but they also look adorable!

If you feel like doing a DIY project, you can build your own mason jar organizer out of wood and hose clamps. Just mount the clamps to the wood, paint it to match the rest of your bathroom, and voilĂ !


7. Create Extra Storage with a Bathroom Cart


If you have too much stuff, you can always add extra storage in the form of a rolling cart. They’re perfect for storing containers filled with makeup, shampoo, and other bathroom items.

If the cart takes up too much space, you can keep it in the hallway and roll it into the bathroom when you need it. 

There are also slim carts that can fit into narrow spaces. If there are a few inches of space between your toilet and sink, this could be a great option.


In Conclusion


With a little effort and a few tools, you can utilize every inch of your bathroom. These tips will help you to do so.

Just make sure to put these tactics into practice before your bathroom gets too disorganized. Cleaning is always easier if you start immediately.

And once your bathroom is in order, you’ll find that life is a lot more enjoyable. After all, you’ll no longer have to step over dirty towels while you’re getting ready in the morning!

Author Bio:
Novel Rio is a brand-new apartment community located in downtown Tempe, just steps away from restaurants, shopping, museums, and cultural sites. Explore the Rio life by grabbing a kayak from the on-site gear room or grilling by the pool with your friends. You will have everything you need right at your fingertips. All you have to do is seize the day!