If your bathroom is cluttered and disorganized, then you’re probably not going to enjoy your space as much as you could. However, when it comes to bathroom organization, there is no single solution that works for everyone. Whether you’re a young person that lives alone, a family with children, or a senior citizen, you might find a suggestion below that speaks to you.

Streamline Your Routine with Shower Organization

If your preferred bathing method is a shower, then you probably want to get in and out as quickly as possible, preferably without smashing your toe with a shampoo bottle. A shower caddy will maximize the space of your shower while making it much easier—and less painful—to locate the products you need. There are many options to choose from such as a:

·  Free-standing shelf unit for the corner of your shower.
·  Shower rack that hangs from the showerhead or curtain rings.
·  Shower shelf installed onto tension mount poles.
·  Lighted shaving mirror for men and shaving pedestal for women.

When a shower remodel is in your near future, think about your needs. Some shower models have built-in shelving and other handy features that will help keep your space perfectly organized!

Create a Spa-Worthy Bathing Experience

When a soothing bath is more your speed, having everything you need well organized will make the experience much more enjoyable.

First, gather all of your bubble bath, essential oils, candles, face masks, and anything else you might need. Place these items in one convenient location to create a bath kit. This might be a basket, box, or a dedicated bathroom drawer.

You can also install a simple hook for your bath robe. This is also a good time to invest in some plush new towels. While you’re at it, throw out that old towel rack for space-saving hooks!

Bonus tip: Do you have small children? If you do, then there’s a good chance that you’re dodging a slew of bath toys. A mesh bath toy net will keep the toys out of the way. Plus, the toys will dry much better, reducing mildew growth.

Get the Most from Your Accessibility Remodel

Walk-in tubs and accessible bathroom conversions make aging in place much simpler and safer. However, bathing accessibility is not the only bathroom safety concern for seniors. Reaching for shampoos, shower gels, lotions, and other items can be challenging, and dropped items often result in fall-related accidents. Here’s how you can get organized to help prevent these hazards:

·  Declutter by removing all items in the bathroom that you don’t use or need.
·  Ensure that daily items are easily accessible with purposefully positioned baskets, caddies, and drawer organizers.
·  Remove unnecessary bathroom rugs or apply a slip-resistant rubber backing.
·  Add a soap dispenser to the wall of the shower for soaps, shampoos, and conditioners.

Personalized Care for the Whole Family

When multiple family members use the same bathroom, the space can get out of hand quickly. Keep things neat and tidy by creating personalized bathroom caddies. Create a caddy for each family member that includes day-to-day items such as shower gels, shampoos, hair-care products, toothbrushes, etc. Store the caddies under the bathroom sink to keep your bathroom counter clutter free!

No amount of organization will help if your bathroom does not meet your needs. For example, a shower is not ideal for bathing small children and someone with limited mobility might have difficulty climbing high tub walls. For a bathroom remodeling solution that’s customizable and affordable, contact Bath Planet of Detroit!