During a bathroom remodeling project, one of the most important and functional areas of your home gets turned upside down. It’s easy to lose important items, become disorganized, and generally make a mess. To keep your bathroom in order and avoid chaos, here are a few organization tips for both the bathroom remodeling process and its aftermath.
Keeping It Neat
Remove What You Can
Before remodeling even starts, move as much furniture and as many toiletries out of the bathroom as possible. Store them where you can get them easily when needed for hygiene, but otherwise keep them out of the way of yourself or any contractors working on your project.
Cover the Rest
Next, use dropcloths, plastic sheeting, or carpet scraps to cover any remaining appliances, cabinetry, walls, and the walkway leading to the bathroom. This will help minimize both mess and damage in these areas.
It’s easy for dust, scraps, and mess to accumulate over the course of bathroom remodeling, so don’t let it happen. Do some cleaning every day to keep the area clear and accessible, and to make sure you don’t have a huge pile of debris to clean up at the end of the project.
Use Organizers & Storage
Once your remodeling contractor is gone, any remaining materials are put away, and you’re ready to start using the bathroom again, take a moment to think about how you want to organize your belongings. Throw out any unnecessary items, and use organizers and storage solutions to keep the rest tidy. This is the perfect time to add a shower basket, drawer organizers, and other items that will help you stay tidy in the long run.
To get your bathroom remodeling process started, contact Mallo Home Improvements in Rochester, NY. With over 60 years of experience serving Monroe County, they offer everything from deck building to room additions so you can improve and expand your home. To discuss your project, call them at (585) 654-9530 or send any questions through their website.