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Guest post- Great bathroom storage ideas!

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Bathrooms serve many purposes for households. They are a
practical room where you get ready for a busy day at work or get glammed up
for a night out, as well as a sanctuary from the stresses and strains of
everyday life. However, regardless of whether you are using it for your morning
wash or to have a relaxing soak in the bathtub, it should be uncluttered and

Yet the bathroom is often the smallest room in the house, so making sure it is
neat and organised, while still being able to have all the bits and pieces you
need immediately on hand, can be quite a challenge. As a result, it pays to be
creative when it comes to bathroom storage. A bathroom might offer more space
than you realize - it is just a question of ensuring you make the best use of

Bring order to a
chaotic bath

The bath itself is one area where clutter can quickly build up. Bottles of
bubble bath, shampoo, conditioner and much more besides always seem to accrue
at every corner, which makes it untidy and hard to clean. So, ask yourself, are
you making use of the wall space at either end of the bath?

This could be the perfect place to hang some shelves, so all your
potions and lotions have a storage space that is still within reach and helps
stop your bath looking cluttered. Untidy surroundings are not really conducive
to relaxing, so this could go a long way towards both improving the appearance
of your bathroom and enhancing the all-round bath-time experience.

Do not neglect the cabinet

Other parts of the wall might also offer perfect opportunities
to improve your bathroom's storage capacity. Since you are guaranteed to hang up
a mirror, why not kill two birds with one stone by purchasing one that serves
as a cupboard as well? It could be the ideal place to store those items you will
probably be using while stood in front of the mirror, such as a hairbrush,
make-up or razor. Check out
 Splash Direct's range of bathroom cabinets for ideas.

Store items

Not all of your toiletries and bathroom items need to be hidden out of the way
in cabinets. A bathroom has just as much height as any other part of the house,
so there is no reason why you can't store items such as towels and toiletries
vertically. This is a clean and tidy way of storing your wares that keeps the
use of floor space at a minimum, thereby helping you ensure the bathroom stays
tidy and uncluttered.

Similarly, you can use peg rails, hooks, ladders and racks to
hang up towels and other items, so you do not have to use the limited space
available on countertops.

Use a
multi-purpose radiator

A bathroom needs a radiator, but this too could do more than one job. A heated
towel rail will do the job nicely, yet provide the perfect place to hang up
lots of wet towels so they can dry off quickly - and tidily! Again, it's just
about making the best use of the space you have available.

The bathroom is used every day and is often one of the busiest rooms in the
house, so it is worth taking the time to get storage right.

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