By BiSmiLlahmyriadlit. Bathroom. At Saturday, February 09th 2019, 22:38:43 PM.
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.
Keep medicine, make up and cleaning products out of reach of children. When storing these things in your bathroom, make sure you store them in a place that young children cannot access. If you are storing them on a low cabinet, be sure to put a lock on it. Install night lights in your bathroom and along hallways leading to your bathroom. Clear your bathroom surfaces of things you don't need.
Plan your bathroom storage furniture carefully. For example, if your bathroom is small you can make the most of the storage area above the floor by installing high bathroom storage units which only take up a small amount of floor space. All types of bathroom wall cabinets are great for small bathrooms because they don't take up any floor space at all and if you're going to have a bathroom medicine cabinet, make sure it's lockable for safety. Mirrors can be used to give an illusion of space in your bathroom and if you have a couple of bathroom wall mirrors fixed in the right places you'll be amazed at the effect they'll have.