Space Lift: Children’s Bathroom

We love showing finalized NEAT spaces on our Instagram feed, but what we love even more is telling the stories of how our clients are living more effiiciently in their newly organized spaces.

Take a look at this children’s bathroom and see what makes it so NEAT!

City :: San Francisco

Organizer :: Lisa Ruff

Room :: Children’s bathroom that doubles as guest bathroom

Hours to complete :: 4 hours

Objective :: We moved our client’s daughters back into their shared bathroom after a total renovation.

Client’s favorite feature :: The pajama drawer we created.  She mentioned that she’d love to make the transition from bath to bed less chaotic so we came up with the idea of keeping all the bedtime necessities in the bathroom.  So now they can go straight from the bathroom and hop into bed to read books.

Stand out product :: We love all the clear bins we implemented in the tall cabinet for their medication.  We separated it by need, like cold care, allergy, first aid, etc.  So it’s easy for any caretaker to find, like an occasional babysitter, at a moment’s notice.

What are your favorite tips for organizing a kid’s bathroom?

xx,

The NEAT Girls

Comments (8)

  1. James

    Awesome! I didn’t find such a beautiful interior for children’s bathroom. It’s worth trying at home. Thanks.

  2. Sandy

    Hey NEAT ladies! Love it! Where are the meds kept? Out of the kids reach?

    • Neat Method

      Of course, Sandy! And we always consult with clients when organizing spaces shared with kids, especially when it involves access to medicine, cleaners and sweets 😉

  3. Nina

    What a genius idea and out-of-the-box thinking for making the bathtime/bedtime routine more efficient!! Love, love, love the sort of medications- definitely going home and using that idea. Awesome job!

  4. Flor

    Love the Pjs drawer in the bathroom. I never thought of that before! I’ll be using that idea in my kid’s bathroom!! Thank you for the tip!

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