Four Simple Tips on Organizing the Kids’ Bathroom
The kids bathroom is a high traffic area, especially in the mornings.
All that traffic can lead to clutter and chaos.
An organized bathroom is possible!
Check out these four simple ways to organize the kids’ bathroom.
1. Involve your children in the organization process.
You’re giving your children pride and ownership by including them in this project, which will also serve as major motivation to keep their bathroom organized and clean.
This one is key! Don’t do it all yourself.
I guarantee you will be back to square one in a matter of weeks.
2. Declutter and evaluate the inventory.
It always amazes me how much stuff just accumulates on counters, in drawers, in corners without you even realizing it.
That’s why I love this idea from The Pleated Poppy about having your kids go through their inventory to see what they really need in the bathroom, and throwing away the stuff that isn’t needed.
Regardless of your children’s bathroom size, you can truly maximize storage by having your children do this.
3. Ensure that everything has a place.
The simplest way to ensure counters are clutter free is to make sure that everything has a place.
And I mean everything…here are some great ideas on ways to organize the following!
DIY Toothbrush Holders by Crafting in the Rain
DIY Mason Jar Bathroom Storage by LollyJane
Silverware Organizer by Little Penelope Lane
Dish Drying Rack by A Life of Sugar and Spice
Shower Rod Idea by The Inspired Home
Hooks for Towels by Harvard Homemaker
Repurposed Planter by The Pleated Poppy
Baskets and Holders by Harvard Homemaker
4. Make a cleaning plan.
Now that you have an organized bathroom, sit down with your kids and make a weekly cleaning plan to ensure their bathroom stays nice and organized.
I love these chores for kids ideas!
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