Guest Post - 6 Useful Tips for a Clutter Free and Stylish Bathroom


The fight to keep your bathroom stylish and clutter-free can seem endless. Who knew how much stress a stray toilet paper roll could cause? Some simple strategies and a good plan of attack is a recipe for success, so read on for tips on how to stay on top of the clutter.

Hiring Professionals

Hiring professionals is the best way to get rid of both bathroom clutter and stress from your life. The professionals know how stylish your bathroom should look and will use the necessary steps to get it there. 

When you hire professionals to declutter and revitalize your bathroom, you can rest easy knowing the job will be done right. Going with organizing professionals grants you peace of mind. When you leave the hard work to the professionals, you're sure to love the results. 

Move the Medicine

Bathrooms seem like the natural home for medicines, but this is not the case. In fact, the humidity of bathrooms is often bad for your various medical supplies. Try moving any first aid kits to your kitchen, if there is space. Kitchens tend to be more accessible in case of emergency. 

Consider putting your daily or weekly medicines into a weekly pill-organizer for your bedroom. When you have moved your frequent medicines, you can then store the less regular medical supplies in the kitchen. Note that anywhere out of the way works for long storage. The fewer things there are in your bathroom, the less clutter!

Use a Bathroom Planner

Using a bathroom planner is essential when designing your bathroom. All design plans need a good plan to work off, and bathrooms are no different. Online bathroom planners allow you to send, receive, and edit designs without carrying them everywhere with you. You need to know how to best use your space and planning it out beforehand removes any room for unwanted surprises. Getting your bathroom planned before beginning the renovations is a key ingredient in the recipe for success.

Consider your Furniture Choices


There is a broad range of furniture that you could consider using in your stylish bathroom. A somewhat unorthodox, yet stylish idea, is to use outdoor furniture as vanity seating. Comfy and boho, using outdoor furniture will complete your space.

The reasons which make outdoor furniture great for use outdoors also make them ideal for bathrooms. Outdoor furniture is water-resistant and will survive any unexpected spills. What's more, you can also use them after showers without fear of damaging the fabric. When designers create their outdoor furniture, they know that the furniture needs to resist the elements. If the furniture can withstand the outdoors, it can withstand the worst your bathroom can throw at it.

Be Creative with Storage

If you don't have access to large storage units, it's important to innovate. Think outside the box. Bins and baskets are good, inexpensive storage should the floor-space be available to you. If you don't have the floor space to spare, wall-mounted cabinets can be a stylish and creative way to add more storage to your bathroom.

Bring your Tech Together

Hair straighteners and driers use chords. Chords tangle and create an absolute mess the very instant you stop paying attention. To prevent this, you can dedicate a single drawer to your technology and use wire-ties to manage the chords. With no more cluttering around the electrical outlet, your bathroom is sure to look more relaxed and stylish.

Bringing these tips into your home is sure to leave yourself and your bathroom more relaxed. An important plan and a touch of diligence are all it takes to keep your bathroom clutter-free and stylish.

Author Bio: Harper learned organizational skills from her parents at a very young age. Her hard work paid off – with her organizational skills coming in very handy in her professional life for scheduling, managing work, and meeting deadlines. And this all began with a pink paper planner her Mum handmade for her while she was in primary school. To know more about Harper and read more of her written works, visit Harper Reid.