Bathroom Shelving

by Karen Bates
(last updated October 19, 2015)

To feel truly comfortable in your living space, it helps to have a clean, clutter-free area. When every item has its own place and nothing is left piled anywhere in the room, you can feel more relaxed and less prone to stress. Living in a neat home can help to boost your overall mood.

It can be difficult to maintain this cleanliness, however, if you have a lot of items but not a lot of storage space. Especially for those living in a small house, storing things can become a problem that may result in clutter.

In your home, one of the smallest rooms is likely the bathroom. This area can vary in size from house to house, but many bathrooms do not offer the amount of storage space needed to keep them looking neat and organized. This can cause crowded counters, overflowing medicine cabinets, and a disorganized under-sink area.

If you feel that your bathroom area is cramped and cluttered, you might be happy to know that there are many options for you to organize your stuff in this room. Instead of putting up with a lack of storage space in your bathroom, get creative and add storage to your bathroom with shelves.

Fitting shelves in the bathroom might seem challenging, the key is to make the most of your existing space. One of the best ways to do this is to add a behind the toilet shelf. These shelves are designed to stand behind the toilet and over the tank to make the most of your space, and can be found in wood, metal, plastic, or other materials. Another possibility to add storage space is to use freestanding shelves. These might require more space, but can offer a lot of storage for your items. For an especially small space, try a corner shelf. Some shelves can also attach to your wall to offer more storage..

Another consideration is your counter space, as well as the space under the sink. These are great places to put things as long as you organize properly. To achieve this, try placing smaller shelves in these areas where you can place your things. To create a unified look, try using a matching shelf set for your bathroom. Also, take the time to organize the medicine cabinet to make more room.

Adding shelving to your bathroom can really help you to make the most of your space and keep the area organized and neat.

Author Bio

Karen Bates

An English student who enjoys writing and art, Karen has had her poetry published in her university's literary journal and has several novels in the works. ...

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