5 Tips to Organize Your Bathroom


The first step in organizing your bathroom is to categorize all of your belongings. In categorizing your items, I recommend laying everything out on the counter/floor or bringing them to another room. Once you have the items laid out, begin breaking things down into how you use them i.e hair care, skin care, oral care, medicine, prescriptions, etc. Once you do this, you will have a great understanding of how many items you have, how many you use/recognize, and how many duplicates of each item you own.


The decluttering process always follows the categorization process. Once you have things categorized, you can begin to make decisions on what you’d like to keep, donate, or toss. Although I typically recommend getting rid of your duplicates, for the bathroom, this rule doesn’t necessarily apply. That said, if you have four hair brushes, maybe pick your top two and get rid of the other two. The faster the decision making, the easier the decluttering process will be. 


As you start putting things away, one of my recommendations that I cannot stress enough, is to keep your counters free. Keeping your surfaces empty or at least minimal will give the impression of an organized space. The less out, particularly when it comes to the intricate bathroom items, the better.



I hope this helps, but if it does not or if you have questions, as always, do not hesitate to reach out. We always love helping our clients!

Written by Brennan Reid

Hi, my name is Brennan Reid. I am the founder of Aristotle Organizing Inc and the primary writer of this blog.

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