Kathie Lee & Hoda: Tips For Organizing Your Bathroom
The ladies were getting organized on Today and tackling the bathroom, which is usually the smallest room in the house but the most visited. Kathie Lee and Hoda were joined by Lucy Segal, lifestyle expert, who gave tips on stocking the medicine cabinet to finding a place for every women’s toiletries and helping you get your bathroom organized. You can also check out tips Kathie Lee and Hoda gave on organizing your mail.
Organizing Your Bathroom: Shower Caddy Review
Lucy said to start in the shower. She suggested getting a shower caddy. She said it doesn’t cost a lot of money and you can put your shampoo and all your little items so you don’t trip and fall and it keeps them nice and tidy.
Bathroom Tips: Bed Bath & Beyond Door Hooks
Lucy also suggested a door hook from Bed Bath & Beyond. She said you hang it up and you can even color coordinate your towels and they can hang on there and dry.
Organizing Your Bathroom: Toilet Paper Holder Shelf Review
Lucy suggested a toilet paper holder shelf. She said you have to remember that your bathroom doesn’t come with much furniture, so you need places to store things, so this is a good place to store toilet paper and such.
Bathroom Tips: Toilet Storage Shelf Review
Lucy suggested shelving to go behind the toilet. She said the biggest thing with the toilet is that the space behind it never gets used. The shelving allows you to put things away that you don’t want guests to see.
Organizing Your Bathroom: J.R. Watkins Room Spray Reviews
Lucy suggested Room Spray by J.R. Watkins. She said it is a nice little spray and it is going to get rid of any odors.
Bathroom Tips: Bed Bath & Beyond Shelving
Lucy suggested a rack to hold your cleaning supplies from Bed Bath & Beyond. It goes right around the sink and she said it is key to keeping your cleaning supplies visible so you do just a little bit every day.
Organizing Your Bathroom: Medicine Cabinet
For the medicine cabinet, Lucy said you want to organize like items. She said you don’t need too much of anything. You can also each have a shelf and you want to keep your toothbrush in the cabinet because germs float around in the bathroom.
Bathroom Tips: Coordinate Colors
Lucy said to use pops of colors together because it helps make your bathroom look tidy and clean by adding cohesive colors. Add a magazine rack to keep your reading material all together and add a second medicine cabinet because it blends right in and it can hold more items.