By BiSmiLlahmyriadlit. Bathroom. At Thursday, October 11th 2018, 00:48:33 AM.
Keep the Trash Manageable: While it might seem obvious to some, others would never have considered using trash bags in the bathroom. Certainly, you'll want to have a trash can that is large enough to store your bathroom trash. At the same time, one of the easiest ways to avoid unpleasant smells, and extra cleaning, in the bathroom is to always have the trash can lined with a trash bag. When you are ready to empty the trash, simply tie the trash bag up, pull it out of the can and insert a new bag. Keep extra trash bags in the bottom shelf of the bathroom cabinet, and ready for quick and easy use.
When young children use the bathroom, they should be under adult supervision. This can help them keep safe, especially when they need to reach for knobs or objects that may be out of reach. It is also common for families to have step stools in the bathroom when there are young children in the house. Put non-skid strips at the bottom of the stools to prevent them from sliding on slippery bathroom floors.
As well as the furniture, wall-hung sanitary ware is a great space-saving solution while giving the bathroom a contemporary feel. Also, concealed cistern units are a more eye-pleasing look than the standard close-coupled toilet.