8 Bathroom Organization Hacks (Super Easy and Clever!)

One thing I’ve done to drastically change my morning routine is to add bathroom organization hacks to my skillset.

We all want to start our days off on the right foot, so there’s nothing worse than accidentally grabbing a lotion instead of the toothpaste when you’re in a rush.

Moreover, having an organized bathroom speeds up my morning and makes for a relaxing start and end of the day. Read on for quick and easy bathroom organization hacks because who doesn’t want their own personal spa-like atmosphere in their own home?

8 Bathroom Organization Hacks

Declutter first! Before you move on to actually organizing your things, prioritize what you really need to hold on to and what you can pitch. Think like Marie Kondo and ask yourself if that old bottle of face wash still “brings you joy”. Now, let’s get to those hacks!

1. No Closet? No Problem!

If your bathroom lacks closet storage, make use of a boring, empty wall or behind-the-door storage to utilize your space. Above the toilet shelving units also allow you to use up empty space. In addition, try and get creative with a ladder whose rungs you can use as shelves.

bathroom organization - ladder used as shelving space
This bathroom organization tip allows you to make extra space in your closet.

2. Command Hook It Up

Hang small items, such as jewelry, hand towels, loofahs, or brushes, using Command Hooks. This will free up your counter space and give your bathroom an overall clutter-free look.

bathroom organization - under the sink
While command hooks can be used for anything, they are also great for organizing things underneath your kitchen sink as well!

3. Under-the-Sink Storage

The space under your sink can easily turn into a hot mess without proper organization.

A trip to your local thrift shop or dollar store can provide you with small bins and boxes or even a Lazy Susan to make sure everything has a place. We suggest organizing in groups such as “Hair,” “Dental,” “Face,” and “Shave.”

Don’t forget to use the space behind cabinet doors. Certainly, it’s the perfect place to hang a holder for electrical devices like hairdryers, razors, and curling irons.

under the sink bathroom storage
That dark all-purpose mess underneath your bathroom sink can actually be organized.

4. Mason Jars

Not only will using mason jars help you store small stuff like Q-tips and cotton balls, but they also double as bathroom decor! DIY a mason jar wall organizer, or simply put them on display near the sink for easy access.

5. Over-the-Shower Caddy

Yes, we are making use of all the space in your water closet. Amazon is a great place to find inexpensive shower caddies.

Therefore, clear off the space around your tub and keep all your toiletries together. This enables easy clean-up and quick grab-and-go for frequently used items.

Shower organization
Over the shower storage

6. Drawer Dividers

You know “The Drawer.” Likewise, it’s the one that holds everything that doesn’t have its own place. Stop letting this happen in your own bathroom. Instead, add acrylic drawer dividers and you’ll never wonder where your bobby pins went again.

Bathroom drawer organization
Drawer dividers make for great bathroom organization.

7. Add a Laundry Bin

This may seem obvious, but adding a decorative laundry bin will save cleaning time and keep your bathroom floors clear of clutter.

bathroom organization - laundry bin
Add a laundry bin to your bathroom. It keeps the mess off the floor and surfaces while making it easier for you to collect laundry.

8. Open Shelving

Flip baskets on their sides or hang floating shelves to store rolled towels and extra toilet paper.

Bathroom wall storage
Bathroom wall organization using baskets for towels is a great way to offer open shelving.

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