If the obsessive-compulsive neat freak inside of you is raring for a challenge, then ask yourself this question: how organized is your bathroom shower area? Even the neatest people may often forget to organize a few places in their homes. In most homes, the shower area is often neglected. However, there are many methods and products to organize your shower area. If you have never seen a well-organized shower, then a quick trip to a nearby bathroom showroom will give you some much-needed answers.
Most shower areas are just a few square feet big so you have to make the most out of whatever space you have available. While you may think that a shower consists of just a couple of walls and a showerhead, you’re dead wrong. You can easily store a wide array of things such as your shampoo, soap bars, towels, and even your shaving items in your shower area. You can do this with shower caddies, wall mounted accessories, or niches.
Shower caddies are the easiest to install. They are also the most affordable. They come in different shapes, sizes, and materials but they can often fit in the corners of your shower area. Shower caddies are great for storing shampoo bottles, soap trays, and shaving accessories.
Wall Mounted Accessories
Wall mounted accessories can be attached to walls using either screws or suction cups. While screws are more durable, they are also permanent. This means that you can move them around if you decide to rearrange your shower area. This is why using suction cups may be the better choice for most. Wall mounted shower accessories can include shampoo dispensers, soap trays, and towel hooks.
Niches are recessed areas in your wall that can be used to store items. If you are planning on remodeling your bathroom, then now would be a good time to add niches to your shower area. If you are unsure what niches look like, check out a good bathroom showroom to get an idea.
These are just a few simple ideas to help you organize your shower area. Visit a reputable bathroom showroom to see other ingenious methods of adding extra storage space to any bathroom were space is a problem.
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