6 Mistakes You are Probably Making When Organizing

No matter the size of your bathroom, insanely small or sprawling master bath the organizing of any size can be a challenge. We all face the same problems when it comes to organizing our bathroom, so that’s why we gathered some of the most common bathroom organizational problems so we can solve them. There are home organizing services also that make this clutter go away for you, and the celebrities are already using these services.

Now, when it comes to determining whether or not a bathroom needs a major organizational makeover, the method is simple – the drawer and cabinet test! So, if you open it and the items are not contained it already an organizational red flag situation. If you want to have designated home you really need to have the key to create functional systems where items are contained. Knowing where to look for things and where to put them back is an excellent reason to start this organizational overhaul!

Here are the six of the the most common bathroom organizing mistakes and how to avoid making them yourself.

#1 Organizing before Purging

Skipping the editing process is the biggest mistake you can make, so this means that you should take everything out first. Create groupings, pair down your items with no exceptions and you will see how the purging is a crucial step when trying to find an organizational system that will work for your space. This is the only way to fully access your space, it will also give you a chance to take better measurements of the space which is very important when choosing storage containers Remember that the wrong product can add to the clutter, not conquer it!

#2: Not Zoning Your Products

Start grouping in categories! You are going to organize¬† the items into these groupings: hair, face, bath and body, dental, and likely some or all of these additional groupings: makeup, eye, cotton swabs, hair tools, back stock, and travel. Why? Because general categories create a flexible road map and it’s important that you label the categories.

#3: Overhauling a Small Space with Back Stock

If you were planning to store the bulky items like extra towels and boxes of tissues in a small bathroom, think twice. Think about stashing them somewhere else until you need them, sine you don’t need to access back stock until absolutely necessary. You can store this items in any linen closet or in the laundry room (if you have one).

#4: Not Keeping Daily Items Accessible

Try to simplify your routine by grouping all the items you use in a designated space. Group the items that you use twice a day without fail like toothpaste and toothbrush, face wipes, contact lenses and etc. For this organizing process you should use modular drawer organizers, because they are even recommended by the pros in this area. Also, this helps when you travel so you can grab-and-go and not even worry about forgetting any of your favorite essentials.

#5: Not Maximizing Usable Space

If your bathroom offers premium storage space then use it and make the most of the space. If the drawer is deep try using more modular ones instead, just don’t use shallow inserts. Make sure you take advantage of the height, width, length, and depth of every space and even negative space like a wall or floor.

#6: Overlooking the Importance of Consistency

Buy storage containers in the same collection or at least the same color. Consistency is key so matching products will elevate the space and the ones that are mismatched will make it look more sloppier than it already is. That’s why is important streamlining your supplies, they will make everything look polished.

 

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