disorganized bathroomWhether we want to admit it or not, we spend a lot of time in our bathrooms. It is the home base for bathing, grooming, primping and relaxing—all of which require a lot of stuff. With all the things you need in your bathroom, the room can quickly fall victim to clutter. If you are unsure of where to start fixing your disorganized bathroom, give Garage Décor and More a call! Our complimentary, in-home consultations provide you with a custom plan to maximize your space within your budget. We have storage options for rooms of all shapes and sizes. You can keep your washroom organized by effectively utilizing all of your space—no matter how little you have!

Boost Bathing Space

Our showers are one place that never seems to have enough storage. Many older showers do not have adequate shelving or inlets, so those small spaces are crammed so full of shampoos and body scrubs that you can’t find what you need. To add extra storage to your shower on a budget, install an additional shower rod either under your showerhead or running parallel to your shower curtain on the opposite side. Purchase some S hooks to hang baskets from the rod, or buy S hooks with clips on the end to hold hair product bottles. You can also hang a mesh shoe organizer from the rod to add pocket storage for bottles. If you prefer baths to showers, consider purchasing a bathtub shelf to add extra space when you need it. A bath shelf lays across the top of your tub and can be removed with ease, creating space for body scrubs, a glass of wine, or a good book when you are looking to relax.

Save your Sink

In order to maximize your storage space, you have to think outside the vanity. Although cute boxes and bins can keep your vanity space organized, they can also make your limited counter space seem cluttered. Adding cabinetry or a storage system above and around your vanity will create new storage space in your bathroom. Stick a magnet strip on the inside of your cabinets to easily hold misplaced items like bobby pins and nail clippers. For smaller sinks with no vanity space or cabinets underneath, consider making or purchasing a sink skirt. The skirt can add a pop of color to your room and doubles as a curtain to conceal bins or small storage towers beneath your sink. If you are in need of additional or updated cabinets in your bathroom, Redline Closet Systems produce custom cabinets made to your exact specifications. With 16 different shelf and cabinet depths, Redline cabinets will maximize the space in your bathroom and satisfy your specific storage needs.

Utilize the Wall

Walls are usually saved for decorative items to spice up the look of a bathroom, but they can be beacons for storage when used correctly. Simply adding a shelf above your bathroom door creates the perfect space for items you don’t need every day like extra shampoo bottles or the hair curler you only use for holiday parties. Moving these items out of easily accessible storage creates more room than you would think! Chunky towels can waste precious space near your sink that would be better utilized for smaller products. A towel tower is a great way to ease the burden on your vanity cabinets and keep your towels closer to the shower, where you actually use them. An over-the-toilet storage unit is perfect for storing extra toilet paper or feminine products. There are many options for over-toilet storage, including small standing cabinets or wall shelves.

At Garage Décor and More, we organize so much more than just garages. Our professional staff will come to your home and create a personalized plan for your storage needs and you budget, free of charge. Give us a call today at (618) 789-7969 to schedule your no-hassle quote today, and check out our website www.garagedecorandmore.com to read customer testimonials, learn about our products, and see photos of recent projects!