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Tips For Organizing Your Bathroom

Written by Amy Grimm.

The bathroom is probably many people’s least favorite room to organize. Yet it’s also one of the most important, most-used rooms in every person’s house. And since we, and our beloved guests will most likely use the bathroom at some point during their visit, even if to comb their hair, we need it to be neat, presentable, and clutter-free. A tidy, organized bathroom will make everyone feel more comfortable.


What You Need:

  • Garbage bags
  • Plastic, transparent bins for storing toiletries
  • Drawer separators
  • Contact paper (for under the sink)
  • A stainless steel over-the-shower head shower caddy
  • A mildew-resistant shower caddy with suction cups

The Entryway to Your Home: Organize Your Mudroom or Foyer

Written by Amy Grimm.

Organizing a room where you and your family shed the clothing protecting you from Mother Earth can be tricky. Keeping it organized is important for your sanity, but if your mudroom also doubles as the foyer, welcoming guests to your home, it’s also nice to keep it presentable.

What You Need:

  • Some large empty boxes or bags for sorting (step #1)
  • A measuring tape
  • A large clear surface on which you can sort items
  • A list of the functions you want to make sure your mudroom serves
  • A camera to take “before” and “after” photos
  • Labels or tags