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Cool Ways to Organize Your Bathroom

by Anna Teyssonniere de Gramont 02/10/2019

Most ladies have a lot of makeup, lotions, and other bathroom supplies for which they sometimes cannot find enough space. These collections sometimes lead to a cluttered bathroom with many things scattered all over and make it difficult to find items when needed. With some extra creativity, however, it is possible to get even more storage space in a bathroom and maintain a functional organization that will make it easier to complete that glam look every time.

Cabinet door pockets

If you find yourself dealing with a snug bathroom, you can install cabinet organizers behind the doors to create more space for your makeup brushes and other bathroom essentials. These help to remove a lot of materials from the countertop and prevent clutter. You can also put your small appliances like flat irons here away from water damage.

Wick baskets

Baskets can fit under the bathroom sink. You can stack towels into baskets, new ones in one, old ones another. Many stylish baskets in varied sizes will fit whatever style of bathroom you have, even small condos. You can also mix and match different basket styles to add color and style to your bathroom.

Hidden Shelves

Mirror cabinets combine a mirror and a full-length wall cabinet that you can use for your makeup storage. This design also helps to create more space without losing any functionality. If the location for the mirror is depressed into the wall, it can be thick enough even to hold towels and declutter your bathroom.

Double rods

There is a plethora of things that you can hang in the bathroom. By installing another rod by the wall, create space for supplies typically crammed into the cabinets. You can hang organizers that will hold all your shampoo and hair treatment bottles, loofahs and pumice stones for a quick foot scrub. Ensure that the rod is installed correctly so that it can withstand the weight of the items you want to hand on it. 

Shelving over the toilet

These beautiful, well-crafted pieces of furniture make use of the space above the toilet to make room for two to three drawers and extra shelves for storage. This new space can hold toilet rolls, bathroom supplies, and cleaning solutions. Depending on the amount of space above the toilet, this underrated space can convert to useful storage space with plenty style points as an added benefit.

Make more out of your bathroom space today. Ask at your local hardware store for organizers and other things to help you make more space at home.

About the Author

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Anna Teyssonniere de Gramont
About My Life Polish born, French by marriage, American Resident since 2004. I know first-hand the stress and excitement of moving. With my husband and our 3 children we lived in Warsaw (Poland), Versailles (France), Singapore (Singapore), Chesney (France), San Francisco (California) and now Scarsdale (New York). I have earned Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Warsaw School of Economics. After working for a number of years in Finance Department for BOC Gases in Warsaw and Singapore, I dedicated my life to raising my 3 children, supporting my husband and taking care of our multiple homes. Since we settled down in Westchester, I have been actively involved in my children's schools' life. I offered volunteer work to Lyceum Kennedy, French American School of New York (FASNY) as well as Thornton Donovan School in New Rochelle. Recently, we have adopted a dog named Teepee from Pet Rescue in Harrison. Besides English, I speak Polish (native), French and some basic Russian. About My Work Whether you want to sell, buy or rent, we will work as a team. I strongly believe communication is key in building our relationship. You should never hesitate to pick up your phone and call or text me. I will always do my best to get you an answer or point you to a reliable resource. In this very competitive business of real estate, satisfied clients are the key to my success. Let me show you what I can do for you. Selling a home is a very important decision. Some try to sell their home by themselves. It is understandable, but 80% of homeowners hire a professional in order to sell quickly and for the best price the market can offer. Real Estate agents constantly monitor their local market. I have seen countless houses in every price range in many neighborhoods in Westchester. This extensive experience, helps me price your home right for the current market condition. We will work together to prepare your home for sale and professional photographs. Houlihan Lawrence lends their angent the best marketing tools to advertise your home. I will manage the showings for you and help negotiate the best price. Give yourself the best chance to find a qualified Buyer, so you can quickly and smoothly move to wherever you wish to be next. Talk to a professional Realtor. Talk to me. Buying a home is one of the most important decisions in life and for most people the biggest financial commitment, too. There is more to buying real property than finding a pretty home on-line. It is a process. It may go smoothly, if you understand it well and come prepared. As your agent, I can offer guidance and market information you need. I will show all the houses you will want to visit. I will verify information provided on the listing, I will give you information about its history and similar houses sold in the neighborhood to help you negotiate. As your agent, I will always have your best interest in mind! Don’t give up the chance to have a professional on your side. My area of expertise is buying, selling and renting residential properties in Lower Westchester NY: White Plains, Rye, Harrison, Mamaroneck, Larchmont, New Rochelle, Scarsdale, Bronxville, Edgemont, Eastchester, Hartsdale, Hastings-on-Hudson, Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Ossining and Yonkers