30 kid friendly ways to organize your bathroom

Kids spend a lot of time in the bathroom when they are little, and we spend a lot of time in there with them, bathing, brushing, potty training– you name it.

The bathroom is a very important place, and kid-friendly ways to organize a bathroom make everyone’s life just a little easier.  These ideas are inspired by our sponsor, Mr. Bubble who helps make bathing MUCH easier with Mr. Bubble Original 3in1 – body wash, shampoo & conditioner all in one bottle.

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20 Kid-Friendly Ways To Organize a Bathroom

Isn’t it funny that the bathroom is likely the smallest room in the house, but is the most used?  So much to do, so little space!

bathroom toy storage


If you don’t want a spend a fortune on expensive bath toy storage, these baskets are perfect. (I love this because it’s cheap enough to just throw away if it gets too funky!)

A hanging basket keeps toys  neat, and looks adorable if your kids are like mine and insist on having the shower curtain open at all times. (Because of  tub monsters, naturally.)

You can use a second shower rod to hang toy storage down low and make it easy for kids to reach!

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If your kid is anything like mine, the soap is a big deal, and this lego soap is one of the coolest bathroom tricks around.

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You know all those individual hand sanitizers your daughter collects from every single girl’s birthday party she goes to? Here’s an awesome way to store them!

Add a pull out step stool to your bathroom. This is probably the greatest invention in the history of all time for any parent who has ever tripped over a plastic Dora the Explorer step stool while just trying to pee in the middle of the night.

This built in nightlight is amazing. I have one in each of my bathrooms, and it took about five minutes to install.

Slippery hands mean soap can end up everywhere, so try this DIY soap pouch instead.

Organize Your Potty


Potty training can be a pain if you don’t have everything you need at your fingertips, so plan ahead with potty training essentials basket.

You can keep your diapering supplies  on a cute little cart. Adorable.

Need a super simple changing table that you will actually use? This one can be made for under $30!

And if you have boys, you might want to try this not-so-subtle reminder for raising both lids.

Spray paint a dinosaur to hold your toilet paper. Awesome.

toothbrush and toothpaste tricks and storage tips


Use a plastic toy to make a crazy cute toothbrush holder. Everyone will be jealous. Everyone.

Keep toothbrushes separate with this simple pvc pipe system.

Or you can even just use plastic cups hung inside your cabinets. Genius.

If your kids make the biggest mess ever squeezing  toothpaste (mine still does, and she’s nine) then this DIY toothpaste dispenser is just what you need.

towel storage ideas


This is a great way organize your towels and toothbrushes all in one place!

Add ribbon to your towels with this easy tutorial to make it easier for little hands to hang up!

Want to know who is leaving their towels in the floor? Solve this problem with color coded organization. My mom used to do this. I was pink, she was purple, my brother was blue and my dad was green. Everything she bought was in our color– towels, toothbrushes, hangers, storage containers. That way we knew what was ours without having to think about it!

how to store hair accessories


Are headbands all over your house? Repurpose a spice rack to hold them!

Or you can use an old oatmeal container to store headbands. Brilliance.

Hair bows and ribbons are meant to be pretty, so store them in clear storage containers  to add a pop of color to your bathroom!

Stick hair ties on a carabiner to  keep them together!

Cookie jars also work!

Are your hair ties everywhere?  just throw them on the doorknob. So smart.

Use a silverware tray to keep all the hair accessories sorted!

printable bathroom notes


Use these adorable printables to remind your kids to flush and wash their hands!

And these subway art printables for keeping your bathroom green  are cute enough to hang in a guest bathroom!

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