Getting Ready for the Holidays

Getting Ready for Guests

5 Steps to a More Organized Bathroom

An organized bathroom can save you from many headaches and rushes throughout the house to help your guests.

Now with the holidays just around the corner I am in the process of organizing the house to receive my husband’s family and our friends and the spaces that receive my highest attention are: kitchen, bedrooms and bathrooms.

With plenty of time to get ready ahead of us, here are my quick tips to have your bath ready to go!

 

organized Bathroom Helena Alkhas

 

Follow these 5 simple tips to get your bathrooms organized for the holidays:

 

Step 1:

Gather your working “tools”: clean cloths or paper towel, multi-purpose cleaner, toilet and shower cleaners, trash bags and a laundry basket.

Step 2:

Collect all items from your drawers and cabinets in your bathroom so you can start sorting. That means everything from the vanity top, drawers, medicine cabinet, and even the linen closet.

Sort everything into four different groups —keep, toss, give away, and then an “I’m not sure” pile to go through again at the very end.

Step 3:

Clean everything. With all your items out of the drawers and cabinets this is a good time for a deep cleaning. Once you place all your belongings back in place, take the time to wash down the countertops and sinks.

If you have an old toothbrush lying around use it to scrub around faucets and drains. Clean the mirrors, wash the windows and clean the tub and toilet areas. If you have knick-knacks sitting in your bathroom or pictures hanging on the wall, get those down and give them a good washing off also.

Step 4:

It’s time to put everything back in place. Start with the easiest space first -the medicine cabinet where I suggest small items and daily used ones can be placed for easy reach. Once you get things put away there, you can move on to the drawers, linen closet, etc. If you want to get really organized, purchase some drawer dividers to keep things such as makeup, shaving supplies, and nail care products neat and accessible. Extra items can be placed in clear plastic containers with lids, labeled clearly, and tucked away under the sink or in the linen closet.

If space is limited and you have a very small bathroom, you can use tall baskets or decorative containers with lids and place them on a rack over the toilet to store things like hairbrushes, soaps, and other toiletries.

 

organized bathroom Helena Alkhas

 

Step 5: Make it pretty. Every little space can look nicer with a small painting, a glass jar filled with soaps or neatly rolled towels on a shelf. An attractive, well-organized bathroom will be a joy to use and a nice way to tell your guest how much you appreciate their visit!

To keep your newly organized bathroom looking good you’ll also need to have a plan in place to stay organized. In the bathroom, that might mean taking an extra 5 minutes every morning to put everything away, wipe down the vanity, and clean the sink.

I keep all cleaning supplies handy like wipes to clean the countertop and toilet every night as well as products to keep the room fresh. You can use a bin on the side of the toilet or inside a cabinet to keep things nearby.

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I hope you enjoy these tips to have an organized bathroom whether it’s for a busy daily life or during the holidays!

Gearing up for Thanksgiving.

Helena

Comments

  1. Apu Mridha says

    Very informative article and amazing tips.Would be useful for me in many ways.Thanks for sharing this amazing article.! :D

  2. says

    Keeping your bathroom clean is very important so paying a lot of attention to detail on step 3 that you mentioned will help me. Also the simple tips with images right at the end of this post was interesting and helpful :)

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