"How long a minute is depends on which side of the bathroom door you're on." ~Anonymous
Bathroom Organization Tips
The bathroom has always reflected the prevailing cultural attitudes towards hygiene, cleanliness, privacy, relaxation, socializing, and even morality and religion. The earliest bathrooms belonged to the wealthy who usually converted a spare bedroom into a bathroom. By the mid 19th century, finer homes were built with a separate bathroom. Early in the 20th century, the compact sanitary bathroom with its white walls and fixtures became the model of the modern bathroom. Early bathrooms contained three standard fixtures – a toilet, a sink, and a bathtub. Today's bathrooms cover more than just the basic needs, they have become personal retreats. Bathrooms today combine relation with basic grooming. Whether you have one bathroom or several, organization is often a challenge for everyone especially those with children. Here are five of my five favorite bathroom organization tips.
Bathroom Organization Tip 1: Floating Shelves are a great way to add needed storage and they look great too.
Bathroom Organization Tip 2: Electronic Storage from the Home Depot - I love this idea!
Bathroom Organization Tip 3: Mason Jar Storage are the perfect DIY idea.
Bathroom Organization Tip 4: Curling Iron Storage using painted PVC pipe. Painted in aqua it takes on a retro look.
Bathroom Organization Tip 5: Here's a great idea for a family bathroom and it looks great too! No more confusion as to towels.
Well I hope you found some good organization ideas for your bathroom. Bathrooms are often the busiest room in the house and depending on how many people share one, storage can be quite a challenge. I'd love to hear your favorite organization idea. Please feel free to share below. I hope I have inspired you to do some organizing. Don’t miss any of my future blogs for organization and decorating tips.
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