In our younger years, we’ve been shopping for bathroom accessories that have primarily served a function. A plastic shower curtain, a metal trash bin, or a cheap one, over the toilet floor, was enough to meet our needs and get the job done. But as we get older and move out of our starter apartments, our tastes get more refined. We realize that just because the bathroom accessories are functional, it doesn’t mean that our overall aesthetics have to be compromised. Every bathroom need—from textiles to storage solutions—can complement and compromise the overall style of your bathroom space.
And the abundance of beautifully crafted products on the market today makes it incredibly easy to decorate the space. To make your shopping experience even easier, we’ve found a handful of favorite bathroom accessories—beautiful bathroom rugs, unexpected bathrobes, and stone accessories—a double decor.
Here’s the best bathroom accessories:
8 Best Bathroom Accessories of 2021
Creative Home Genuine Charcoal Marble Stone Soap Dish, $16
As functional as they are chic, marble accessories are a no-brainer that adds space to your bathroom. This handmade marble stone soap dish is durable, easy to clean, and incredibly affordable. For a truly coherent look, you can choose to buy a matching tissue box cover, a tumbler, a toothbrush holder, or a soap dispenser—all for less than what one of these items would cost as a luxury home boutique.
Luxury Bathtub Caddy Tray, $50
There are so many bath trays and caddies to choose from, but we’ve never come across one as versatile as the luxury caddy from Royal Craft Wood. The multifunctional tray, available in five different waterproof bamboo finishes, can be used in the bath or as a bed tray. A variety of slots securely hold your book, tablet, glasses of wine, favorite candle, or soap bar, while two removable trays can hold both bath and spa accessories. Its extendable handles ensure that it fits any size of the tub, while non-slip silicone grips prevent it from slipping.
3-Piece Finishing Ensemble Bathroom Accessory Set, $103
While Kohler is best known for its classic washbasins, bathtubs, and toilets, they also have a range of equally high-quality bathroom accessories. This three-piece glass accessory kit, part of the Artifacts series (which includes towel rings, faucets, and other hardware), has everything you need to carry bathroom essentials such as soap, Q tips, cotton balls, and more. The clean, vintage-inspired package, including a tumbler, soap dispenser, and tray, is available in five different finishes and is neutral enough to fit a range of distinct aesthetics. It is processed with a finish to help prevent corrosion and tarnishing, as with other Kohler products.
Belmont Etagere, $340
An etagere is a perfect solution when your bathroom is short on storage. And, unlike the college plastic shelves, the Frontgate Belmont Collection will elevate your entire bathroom. This sturdy steel and aluminum shelving unit, overlaid with beveled tempered glass, is a refined piece of furniture for your bathroom. It’s perfect to show off your towels and grooming products, picture frames and candles, or even small plants. And, if your bathroom floor is a bit uneven, don’t worry: it even has adjustable legs.
Dip-Dyed Stools, $78
There are a few items from the cool coastal collection of Serena & Lily that have gained cult-like status in the interior design world, and their dip-dyed stools are certainly on the list. These perfectly basic stools, made in Indonesia from solid teak, are then dip-dyed in either white or navy paint. Outcome? Your bathroom is an understated and impactful addition. To keep your bubble bath or magazine handy, use them as a stool next to your tub, or purchase a small and large size and use them to show your plants. Your bathroom will thank you either way.
Bamboo Hamper with shelf, $200
A clothes hamper doesn’t and shouldn’t have to be an afterthought. The space-saving design of West Elm’s Bamboo Hamper offers a stylish and practical spot for your dirty clothes, easy to pull down and open to display a fabric liner. It also has a shelf to store clean towels plus extra space for other bathroom essentials (ideal for smaller spaces that don’t have much storage space). Its neutral palette—a bamboo with a whitewashed finish—is subtle enough to work in a variety of aesthetics.
Which bathroom color do you like? Pink bathroom and blue bathroom designs are great options you should try. These bathroom accessories will surely infuse your space with color and personality. Hopefully, you’ll enjoy these bathroom accessories.