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3. Categories and containersMy key organisational advice for bathroom cupboards is to use storage baskets inside the cupboards or drawers, so that you both contain categories and are able to access items quickly and easily. The following categories are common to almost every bathroom I’ve ever helped declutter and organise:make-uphair productssunscreentanning sprays and lotionsmoisturiserbasic first aidsanitary productsshavingnail polisheye caremedicationsperfumes
9. Hang things upOne of the simplest way to keep your bathroom neat is to add extra shelving. If this is not possible, hanging items up is another way to ensure your bathroom remains organised. “Nooks, hooks, shelving and wall-hung vanities create plenty of storage while still allowing the bathroom to feel open and spacious,” Santilli says. “Wall-hung accessories such as toothbrush holders and soap dispensers are a great way to keep organised, and are the perfect solution for a small bathrooms.”Wall hooks… the answer to everything
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In the bathroom Consider having a full wall of shelves to store up everything from toilet paper rolls to towels and toiletries. This is an easy option to install – it’s low on cost and very high on value. Just do make sure you use a shelf material that can withstand the humidity and the moisture from this space.