Small spaces in the bathroom can create BIG problems

Tips can help keep the busiest room in the house clean, clutter-free

Ann Littlefield’s master bathroom has lots of windows and glass. Clear jars hold soap near the tub.

Ann Littlefield’s master bathroom has lots of windows and glass. Clear jars hold soap near the tub. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

We use it every day for washing our faces, our hands and everything else. Sometimes, we just use it to take care of “business.”

Whatever its function, the bathroom is the smallest, yet most important, room in the house.

Whether you share your bathroom with kids who love to splash in the tub (and can’t seem to remember to knock), or just your spouse, we’ve got a few ideas to make this tiny, high-traffic area a mess-free oasis.

Read tips on moist spaces, color, spouts, vanities and storage in the full version of this article, available in our newspaper and e-Edition for Sunday, May 22, 2011.

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