When you have multiple people using the same space, things can get a little tight. From not being able to find what you need in the morning to fighting for turns at the sink, sharing space can be a pain. Fortunately, having an organized bathroom layout can ease those problems. Here are three bathroom organization tips for you to use when you’re short on space.
Keep things divided
Ensuring everyone has enough storage space in the bathroom isn’t always an easy task. If you’re having a hard time maintaining an organized room, give each household member their own shower caddy. These can be particularly useful in kids’ bathrooms where shower needs differ depending on age. Each person can be tasked with keeping their caddy tidy and well stocked.
Customize beyond the shower
Having a shower caddy for each person is a great idea, but why stop there? Place a few bins underneath the bathroom sink. Label each one with a family member’s name, and put all their bathroom belongings inside. As with the shower caddy, give everyone the responsibility to keep their own bin organized.
Provide personal space
Aside from organizing everyone’s belongings, be sure to give everyone enough room to get through their morning routine. For most households, that means having more than one mirror in the bathroom. Personal mirrors are just what you need. Not only do they not take up much space, they make freshening up in the morning simple.
You can get your kids even more involved in the process by allowing them to pick out their own shower caddy and/or bathroom bin. When kids feel ownership over a designated space in the bathroom, they’re more likely to keep that area organized. Keep that in mind as you use these bathroom organization tips in your own home.