Swimming Pool Area Organization Tips
Every time the temperature rises, you probably think about being prepared for the heightened pool activities. There are ways you can get ahead and ensure that you never have to deal with a pile-up of wet towels around the pool area and that you also don’t have to feel frustrated every time your kid asks for a swimsuit because they misplaced it and cannot find one. This can be made much easier by getting organized and ensuring everything is within reach. Below are a few tips that will help you achieve this goal.
Use a Wood Pallet for Storage
One of the things you will need for the pool area is a practical storage hack. There will be a need for extra storage for towels and pool noodles and other pool items. Installing shelves is excellent but may not always work when you need a place to hang towels. Get creative and use a wood pallet for this.
Paint the pallet in a color you love. Add a few hooks on the outside where towels can be hung before and after using the pool. The inner part of the pallet can be used to hold items such as pool noodles. Find a close area near the pool and have the pallet installed. Nearby, place a small crate to catch all the smaller swimming toys you may need to store away later. This hack will help the kids get better organized and make life easier for you when clearing the pool area.
Use the Fence to Hang Towels
If you have a wooden fence close to the pool, you can utilize it as your towel storage area. Ensure a few hooks are installed in the fence, preferably at a height where kids can reach. This way, anyone using the pool will have a suitable place to hang their towel and not litter them everywhere across the pool area.
Use a Few Ladders for Storage of Towels
The biggest menace when using the pool is towels. It can be unsightly and sometimes dangerous to have towels lying around the pool in piles. These can easily cause someone to trip and fall. Having practical and easy ways to hang towels is essential, especially when kids are involved.
If you have no way of installing hooks on the fence, consider getting ladders and using them to hold the towels. You can have one ladder for used and wet towels and the other for clean towels. This way, anyone using the pool can conveniently reach a towel and store away the used one without causing any inconveniences.
Bring a Laundry Basket to Collect all Dirty Clothes
A laundry basket can collect all dirty clothes and towels after the swimming session. Having it strategically placed within reach lets you quickly catch everything since people tend to drop items right where they are when they are changing out of wet suits and clothing.
Patio Storage Shed
An ARROW patio storage shed is an excellent idea near the pool area. All pool accessories and tools can be stored safely for next-day or later use. In this case, having a safe space to keep everything out of sight and organized makes a huge difference. Get all the toys and pool tools and have them stored in the patio storage shed rather than leaving them outside exposed to the weather elements and creating an unsightly mess when the pool is not in use