The Bathroom is another place in our home that has to function. It has to serve it’s purpose obviously, and it should do so with ease. There is nothing more frustrating then not being able to get to what you need in the bathroom.
Today we are talking about your more private bathrooms – your en suite bathrooms. Since these are not necessarily seen by guests they should be tailored to your families functionality.
We talked earlier in the series about how everyone functions in a space differently. Some people are much neater and would rather nothing be on the counters.
Whereas other people would rather have regularly used items out in the open.
For our family, it is better if most things are out in the open. I do corral things in baskets or on trays, which makes things easy to tidy up. Otherwise things would be sprawled out everywhere.
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The pic above is actually in a nursery, but I think it would work equally well in a kids bathroom!
In our master bathroom, we utilize our drawers for everyday things as well. Hubby has one side for his essentials – razor, toothbrush, toothpaste, and I have the other for make-up and hair accessories.
I truly believe towels, washcloths, and extra toilet paper should be stored in a way that is easily accessible for everyone. Towels can be put in cabinets, drawers, or folded neatly on a shelf. Find a storage container you like for toilet paper – it doesn’t have to be conventional, anything will do.
As with other spaces in your home. Figure out what works best for YOUR family, and go with it. Don’t fight it. If your family are pilers like mine, don’t try to always keep clean counters – it will be a losing battle!! Organized chaos is what I like to call it around our home. 🙂
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