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CLUTTERED? Toothpaste, towels, hand soap, extra toilet paper and more — bathrooms have a way of cramming lots of stuff into a small space. Organizing a bathroom can be a challenge. For most of us, these compact but important spaces are shared by spouses, kids, friends and guests. Which makes clever storage and consolidation a priority. We came up with five tips to help organize your bathrooms.

Be honest about what you NEED Add storage space Thinking of knocking out a wall just to add space? Before you do any demolition work, consider adding some beautifully designed storage instead. Extra drawers, shelving and cabinets can make a world of difference, and keep all of those extra personal care products within reach but out of sight. Re-Bath partners with Bertch to provide customers with high quality, functional storageready cabinetry that’s built to last.

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We’ve all been guilty of leaving halfempty shampoo bottles in the shower. Or keeping that paper-thin tube of toothpaste. The first step to organizing your bathroom is to rid yourself of all the junk. If you haven’t used it in a week, in the trash it goes. Have three bottles of the same product, two nearly empty and one new? “Marry” the older ones and recycle the empty bottle. Letting go can be hard, but before you break out a bunch of clever organizing solutions, make sure you’re organizing items worth keeping.

Make your shower work harder Organizing shampoos, conditioners, lotions, and soaps can be a challenge. Quickly, the shower fills up with bottles and containers, leaving an unsightly disorganized mess. Though plastic removable shelving is commonly used as a quick-fix, these units are prone to falling and breaking. In addition, they often fill with soap scum and residue. Update the look of your shower and amplify storage space with Re-Bath’s built-in shower caddies and shelving units. Even a built-in shower bench is a clever way to add storage, safety and functionality.

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Re-Bath Effortless Issue 3 2018  

Bathroom design inspiration by Re-Bath.

Re-Bath Effortless Issue 3 2018  

Bathroom design inspiration by Re-Bath.