How to organise and declutter your bathroom

The trick to a serene bathroom is to declutter. From towel rails and hooks, to shelving and stackable baskets, we have plenty of handy tips and tricks to tidy up your bathroom.

Get back on the rails

It’s always a good idea to get those towels onto some towel rails. Caroma has a great range of single, double and multiple rail towel hangers, and for smaller hand towels there’s also a range of towel rings. So, depending on how many people share the bathroom, you’ll easily have enough space for everyone’s towel. 

A hand towel rail next to a bathroom sink

Storage shelves, hooks and holders

Clutter free surfaces can make a bathroom gleam and Caroma has plenty of options to help you create extra bathroom space. Robe hooks make use of the back of the door, cup and soap holders use the wall instead of the surface and a range of chrome or glass vanity shelves can really hold their own when it comes to a mess free sink top

A bathroom with a grey subway tile feature wall complete with shleving and hooks

Temporary hooks and rails

What if you rent and can’t drill holes or fix things permanently in your bathroom? The Naleon range of temporary hooks, towel rails, soap dishes, shower baskets and more, all held firmly in place by super strong suction cups. You get the benefits of a tidy bathroom and you can even take the fittings with you when you move.

Make stacks of storage

Existing drawers and under sink cupboards are often wasted spaces. Dividing your drawers can help you get better organised and make it easy to lay your hands on what you want. You can do this easily with small baskets or draw dividers. 

As for the cupboards under the sink, this often that gets totally underused. Why not check out the range of Ezy Storage stackable baskets, fill them up with your bathroom bits and pieces and stack away. It literally saves stacks of room and, because you can see through the baskets, there’s no need for unstacking to look for what you want.

 

 

A bathroom cupboard with containors holding products neatly

Create your own bathroom bliss

Check out loads more solutions for in the bathroom or any other part of your house in-store or online now.

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