It may be the smallest room in the house, but it's also the one that is often the most frequently used so it's no wonder that the bathroom can often become cluttered and cramped.
And while many of us will have resigned ourselves to banging our head on the towel radiator, rummaging for our toothbrush among bottles of shampoo and tripping over the bath mat on our way to the shower, a simple de-clutter could help create more space in your bathroom.
The first step is to sort out all the 'stuff' that bathrooms seem to accumulate - especially if you've got a large family traipsing in every morning.
Take stock of all the toiletries, cleaning agents and odd pieces of make-up and razors that have been left lying around, decide what you really need and chuck the rest in the bin.
It's important to be strict with yourself here as it's easy to allow grooming products to build up in the bathroom, so follow the simple rule that if you haven't used it in the last couple of weeks, then it's best to lose it.
Storage is key to de-cluttering so if you're still feeling swamped with bottles and lotions that don't fit in the bathroom cabinets, invest in stacking trays and shelves which can help keep your products tidy and organised.
Even the tiniest of bathrooms have hidden spaces such as behind the door or under the sink, so make use of these with hanging racks, hooks and drawers which can help keep your towels and toiletries out of the way.
Finally, your bathroom will look more spacious and open if it's clean and airy, so make sure you allow in as much natural light as possible and give the room a good scrub at least once a week.