How to Create a Relaxing Bathroom

With toiletries scattered across the counter and towels tossed in the corner, your bathroom doesn’t feel like a place to get clean. But when your bathroom is orderly, your bathroom can become a place of both cleanliness and relaxation; see how with these three tips.

Utilize Your Storage Space
Close your eyes and picture a relaxing spa. Chances are, this space doesn’t have makeup or cleaning products cluttering the counter space. Rather, relaxing spaces are clean and open. To make your bathroom feel more soothing, be sure to utilize all your storage space.

Toss Out Old Toiletries and Makeup
Using old makeup, lotion, medicines, and other toiletries can be both unsafe and ineffective. As well, these items can take up a lot of space in your cabinets and drawers! Go through all your loose items to see what you should toss. This will clear up space, and make it easier for you to find your dental floss in the morning.

Make Relaxation Simple
By the time you finally find and reach your bubble bath, washcloth, and face mask in a disorganized bathroom, the mood for a spa day has come and gone. But when you can find and access these items easily, relaxation can happen at any time—whether it’s before bed, early in the morning, or even during your lunch break. Create relaxation zones to simplify this process. For example, you could keep candles and aromatherapy oils in one drawer. In another, you could store face masks and lotions.– ShelfGenie