3 Bathroom Accessory Combos To Uplift Your Bathroom

Giammarino & Dworkin Photography

Photo from Houzz

When first entering a bathroom, one notices the wall and floor coverings (like the tiles, stone, paint, wallpaper, etc), the fixtures (lighting, faucets, cabinetry and hardware) and the equipment (sink, toilet, etc). Unfortunately, these are also the design elements that are mostly hard and pricey to change when trying to do a bathroom uplift. In most cases, however, the right choice of complementary accessories can take the design a long way. By picking, for example, the right towels, shower curtain, bath mat, candles and decorative accents, you can add character and help define a particular style to even the most dullest of spaces. For this post, I’m sharing 3 different accessory combos you can try to transform your bathroom into a fresh nautical, minimalistic black or eclectic- chic paradise.

Fresh Nautical

01: Fouta Bath Collection // 02: Montara Mirror // 03: Laundry Bag // 04: Ticking Shower Curtain // 05: Lateral Teak Bath Mat // 06:  Charlotte & Castel- Cedarwood & Bergamot

Eclectic- Chic

01: Barcelona Shower Curtain design by Allem Studio // 02: Mojave Reed Diffuser // 03: Jacques Mirror // 04: Bath Towel with Embroidery // 05: MacKenzie- Childs Zig Zag Tissue Box Cover // 06:  pilar wastecan

Monochromatic Black

01: gentleman’s hardware lip balm // 02: Ferm Living Grid Shower Curtain // 03: Bath Towel // 04: Smoke Hollywood Lotion Pump // 05: Black Toilet Paper Holder // 06: ombre bath mat

Are any of these styles something you’d try for your bathroom? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

For more bathroom design ideas: Bathroom Mirrors | 10 Contemporary Sconces for the Bathroom

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Solve : *
23 − 10 =


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

About The Author

Avatar Image
Eleni Psyllaki
Eleni Psyllaki is an architect, specializing in interior design, living in Crete, Greece. Apart from local interior design projects, she works with clients from all around the world through personalized e-design services. Her blog, My Paradissi, is a source of inspiration for the happy and creative living. It has been named by Domino magazine as one of the best design blogs to follow. Co-author of the first European book written entirely by bloggers, ‘Wohnideen aus den Wahren Leben’ and a speaker at the Hive Blog Conference in 2012.