It can be easy to grow complacent about clutter building up in the bathroom. You only spend a few minutes a day there, and you don’t have to think about it once you’re done showering or brushing your teeth. Eliminating the clutter in your bathroom, though, will help you keep organized, and may even help you cope with the chaotic world outside of the powder room.

If you don’t get on top of organizing the bathroom, your complacency for its cleanliness may soon turn into being overwhelmed by its filth. You don’t want to end up on an episode of Hoarders, so be sure to employ these bathroom organization techniques before it’s too late.

Redesign: Bathroom remodeling from would be an exceptional first step towards a more organized, less-cluttered bathroom. Performing a bathroom remodeling project will allow you to add exactly what you want when it comes to storage, showers, tubs, countertops, and any other restroom amenities.

Organize: There are a lot of great storage techniques that you may not have thought about. If you have enough room, consider putting a shelf above your bathroom door. You can store the items you don’t use everyday up there; items that are used consistently day to day should be kept in a more accessible location.

Using contact hooks or Velcro on the inside of a cabinet door presents many opportunities for ingenious bathroom storage. Stow away your toothbrush, curling iron, and other important tools here.

Toss It Out: If your bathroom is severely cluttered, chances are you’ve got quite a few things in there that are seldom used or haven’t been viable for quite some time. Throw away anything that’s out of date or empty (shampoo bottles, old toothbrushes, etc.), haven’t used for 3 months, or know you will never use.

Indy Renovation is the place to call for all bathroom remodeling needs in Indianapolis. Contact Indy Renovation today at 317-375-4464 and we’ll be more than happy to help you get your bathroom into perfect order. Our custom showers and vanity countertops are perfect for homeowners looking for a sleek, clean, and clutter-free bathroom.

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