Do you have a bathroom dedicated to your kids that’s in need of some unique storage solutions and some cheerful artwork? I did, too! Let me show you how I organized our girls’ shared bathroom, plus I’m sharing some free artwork that you can download to make you bathroom brighter.
We’re still very happy with this upstairs bathroom that we finished a few years ago for the kids, but recently it’s become really disorganized. Like most kids, mine are rather messy and need a bit of help keeping things tidy. The sink area and the under-sink cabinets got cluttered and dirty very quickly:
Yikes! I needed a few kids bathroom organization solutions to help me and the girls keep this space nice and tidy.
The solutions? I added a rail to the bottom of the mirror frame. On the rail, I’ve hung some buckets that contain the kids’ toothbrushes and toothpaste, their Kandoo Flushable Wipes, and their hair supplies like brushes and ponytail holders.
I like this system because it keeps things off the counter, and the buckets don’t travel around the surface of the counter like our old mason jar system seemed to do.
The solution for the under-counter cupboard mess was to purchase an inexpensive plastic tower of drawers and a couple of fabric bins. The fabric bins hold some cleaning supplies, face cloths and hand towels.
I carefully labeled the plastic drawers using my vinyl cutting machine so that each group of items has its own spot.
Even my 3 year old knows where to find her favourite Kandoo Flushable Wipes! We love these because they help the kids clean up to 30% better and they’re flushable and biodegradable.
We keep a container of them on top of the toilet in this bathroom as well as our powder room downstairs. (Us adults might like them too… we’ll never tell!) The wipes pop up with the push of a button which makes them perfect for little hands.
On the other side of the bathroom, we still have a hook wall for towels with some custom artwork above it.
This cheerful artwork is cute and also practical for a kids’ bathroom! Click on the following links to download your own free printable bathroom artwork (for personal use only): Wash Your Hands Brush Your Teeth Flush the Toilet
Take a video tour of our kids’ bathroom:
Now tell me: What are YOUR favourite bathroom organization tricks?
Do you have a toilet training toddler? Make sure to check out Kandoo’s Potty Training Toolkit by clicking here. We loved this resource when Little B was training!
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Kandoo. As always, all of the opinions here are my own.