Six accessories to make your bathroom beautiful
As we have such a large range of products, I’m regularly going to pick out my favourite design gems. This time, it’s all about sprucing up your bathroom.
After extensive research on Pinterest – and almost getting square eyes – I realised that adding small touches is enough to give your bathroom a fresh, new look. How about a classy refillable soap dispenser instead of that random plastic one from the supermarket? You might also want to replace those boring plastic shower curtain hooks with elegant ones in gold. This is sure to make your plain old bathroom look instagrammable in no time.
Yes, I spend more time than I like to admit in my bathroom («#NoOneWakesUpLikeThis»). That’s why not me but my bathroom is in desperate need of a makeover. Let’s take a look at my top six bathroom accessories on Galaxus.
«Chamray» by Ferm Living
Picture: Ferm Living
This gem could be your new shopper bag that you take along to town. Without unnecessary knick-knack, this basket is all about functionality: It has a carrying strap and plenty of space for your laundry. Made of certified organic cotton, this laundry bag has a natural look and a soft feel.
Ferm Living from Copenhagen regularly makes my heart beat faster with its simple and well-balanced designs such as this laundry basket. Typical for Scandinavian design, the brand combines functional elements with unconventional shapes.
«Pepe» by Menu
Pepe definitely is the fairest of them all. The price seems a bit exorbitant at first glance, but remember this is an accessory you look at (into) at least once every day, so it’s worth investing in and choosing a mirror that looks elegant and stylish.
The Italian designers at Studiopepe love sustainability. Their design for the brand Menu combines the classic shape of a double-sided round mirror that can be turned around with a marble foot that looks luxurious and lasts forever.
S-hooks by Nomess
Small but mighty: The s-hooks by the Danish label Nomess are for creative people who want to add small touches and create big effects. These hooks are versatile – attach one or more to your towel rail or rack and you can hang small things on them. You’ll be surprised how tidy your bathroom looks.
Understated yet playful is the motto of Suzanne Pots, founder of Nomess. Together with her team, she designs products for the single purpose of making our everyday life easier.
Soap dispenser by Bloomingville
Refillable soap dispensers aren't only more stylish but also more environmentally friendly than non-refillable ones. The Skandi brand Bloomingville combines brass and glass, creating an elegant and transparent look, which lets you see when you need to refill it. Isn't this soap dispenser just irresistible?
Bloomingville’s mission, «Delivering happy changes to everyday designers», is reflected in these kinds of accessories. They make you rethink your attitude towards soap dispensers and make changes to your life.
«Arena» by Wireworks
Arena lets you serve your menu in the bathroom for a change. You’ll enjoy taking a bubble bath even more with this tray for your drink or a good book. Or use it for peeling stones and care products. This tray, which made of honey-coloured bamboo, is a welcome change to white bathtubs. And Arena isn’t the only classy wood piece for your bathroom.
The collection by Wireworks includes a range of bathroom accessories, which are all made of wood types such as oak or bamboo. The British brand adds warm touches to our often cold ceramic bathrooms.
«Mount Fuji» by Wireworks
Bathroom storage units often look dull and sterile surrounded by so many ceramic features. How to counteract this and make your bathroom look warm and inviting? With Wireworks’ wood furniture. This storage tower is great for care products and make-up. It comes with a handle, making it easy to pick it up and place it anywhere. Available with round or square trays, this tower is elegant and doesn’t take up much space.
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