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The bathroom may be the smallest room in the house, but it certainly gets dirty the fastest! Whether it is the amount of traffic going in and out of the bathroom, or the sheer volume of time that we spend inside this small room, the bathroom needs the most of our attention so that it can be so fresh and so clean. From cleaning to scents, here’s how to get your bathroom ready for guests!
The first thing to do in your bathroom is to go through the cabinets. They may seem like they are “fine” since there are doors and all the clutter is unseen, however, clutter makes things hard to find, and eventually, that clutter spills out onto counters. Start by emptying everything from your bathroom cabinets and organize it by need or type of product. Look at expiration dates and toss away items that are past their prime.
Consider cabinet organizers. Use bins, baskets, and various containers to help corral similar items. I love this storage piece in my bathroom since I am able to hide items away in the bins on the bottom shelf. Everything from shampoos and soaps is down below, while fresh-smelling toilet paper is front and center in the baskets.
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Quick Organization Ideas
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