Bathrooms should be beautiful and functional spaces!

Bathrooms are clutter magnets and can easily feel overwhelmed by stuff, so it’s crucial to find clever storage solutions that will usefully store your bathroom essentials.

One survey suggests that the average person uses between nine and 15 personal care products every day, meaning the number of tubes, tubs and bottles kept in this room can add up.

That doesn’t even include storing of towels, cleaning products and loo roll – so it’s important that you’re choosing clever storage solutions that work hard to provide you with the storage needs that you need.

I’ve pulled together a selection of my favourite bathroom storage solutions, that I use in my own home.

There are lots of functional and easy-to-implement solutions to keep your space neat. From using slimline storage caddies to hideaway your loo roll, cleaning products and even your young children’s bath time toys!

To utilising the wall space effectively, and use non-drill options, like the simplehuman Tension Shower Caddy.

Also play with accessories, to add a pop of colour, texture and even fun! There are lots of options to choose from.

If space is really an issue, store just the essentials in your bathroom and find somewhere else in your home to store any overflow products or items.



If you need my help to create beautifully organised systems in your home, please call me for a free & no-obligation discovery call on 07533330115.

I’d love to hear from you, Elizabeth 🌸

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