Whether you have a small bathroom or a big one, it helps to keep it tidy, especially when you are rushing in the mornings to get to work and school on time.
Here are some great hacks from our experts at IKEA for keeping your bathroom organised this new year!
Toiletries are full of bits and pieces that get everywhere in the bathroom. One trick to find them easily is to use organisers, such as the ones used in kitchens, to fit into your drawers.
This way, your toiletries are easily accessible and you can even separate things according to who uses what.
We love Mason jars at IKEA because they are super easy to clean and are great for holding things like makeup brushes, cotton pads and so much more.
Not only do they look good, but the glass allows you to see what is inside – making it easier to find what you need.
Have lots of small items lying around? Use shoe organisers to hold them all! Hang them up on bathroom doors, rails or even cabinet doors – this is a super convenient hack for small bathrooms.
The organiser pockets that usually hold shoes can hold large and bulky products like conditioners or shampoo bottles, so they are out of the way but still within reach.
Under the Sink
This is often a space that is ignored, but you should utilise it the best way you can! This space can be fitted in with shelves or even a Lazy Susan to keep all your bulky products such as bathroom cleaning products.
Purchase a caddy with several tiers so you can keep your lotions and potions separated and organised. Vertical storage is your best friend in small spaces, say our IKEA experts, so you can even consider a wall mounted baskets as storage.
Take advantage of cabinet walls as any little space is space that can be used! Use decorative magnetic strips that can hold little bits and bobs like hairpins and nail clippers.
These aren’t just for kitchens: they’re great shelves to hold all those little bottles and bath products in your bathroom. Finding the perfect spot for a rack above the sink or next to the shower or even under the sink can be a little DIY project for you!