10 Stylish Tricks for a More-Organized Bathroom

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Here are 10 stylish tricks for a more-organized bathroom. Does it sometimes seem like your bathroom is nothing more than a heap of wet towels, soggy socks and tossed off clothing? Well, Good House Keeping has come through again with a few things that can help you straighten up this room and make it fresher, more updated, and more stylish than before.

It can be so annoying. You step in to the shower and trip over half a dozen different shampoos, conditioners and other products like loofahs and body soaps. How did things get so out of control? To help you get your shower floor back, consider a couple of things like an in-shower shelf for light things (loofahs) and a rod for things that can hang (lots of stuff). Getting things off the floor and on the wall can give you a bit more room to actually get some water on and get clean in the morning.

Walls and the insides and beneath cupboards are becoming areas to put shelving, hooks and other hanging things in order to make our space look more tidy. One tip to provide more shelving space that the Good House Keeping site suggests is rolling towels rather than folding. They suggest that this will keep towels looking great, easy to reach and pull out, and less likely to make a mess of the rest of the towels. It is also a very contemporary and stylish look in today’s bathrooms. There are plenty more ways that this article suggests to help you keep your bathroom looking terrific and ensure that you know and can find the things you want and need when you want and need them. Check it out today and you can try out some of the ideas to see how they work for your home.

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