5 Super Chic Bathroom Accessories – Forbes
When it comes to shopping for home decor, let’s face it — the bathroom is the one room in the home that seems to fall through the cracks. You might be fine with just a hodgepodge of bathroom accessories at first, but you will quickly find that there are a number of ways to make your bathroom a stylish sanctuary, just like the rest of your home. Shop the edit below to get your sanctuary started today.
West Elm Woven Seagrass Hampers
There’s a debate about where hampers even go in the first place. Some have it in their bedroom, typically hidden inside their closet, but others have it on display in the bathroom, which makes so much sense. The dirty clothes receptacle is then right there to catch whatever you take off before hopping in the shower, making it super convenient for getting ready.
When you’re the latter person, however, and you share a bathroom or your bathroom doubles as the guest bathroom, it is important that the thing that holds your dirty gym socks doesn’t look like a dirty gym sock too. These hand-woven baskets are the perfect upgrade to a drawstring laundry bag or flimsy plastic hamper. The structure and geometric design give it a clean look. Finishing touches like the cloth lining and the lid are perfect for making this hamper presentable in shared spaces — not to mention keeping those aforementioned gym socks hidden.
The West Elm Woven Seagrass Hampers are on sale now starting at $79.
Urban Outfitters Plymouth Sliding Storage Mirror
According to Google Patents, Adrian St Clair Garman invented the medicine cabinet in 1916, and the concept was pure genius for the time. It was the original small space storage hack before everyone was obsessed with minimalism, downsizing, and tiny homes. As great as the concept was and still is, everything needs an upgrade after 100 years, and this one takes on the perfect modern twist.
Many bathrooms come with unframed, mirrored front medicine cabinets with plastic or glass shelves behind the secret door. This sleek design features a sliding mirrored front framed in matte black instead of a traditional door-style cabinet. The door slides back to reveal three mango wood shelves for the perfect contrast, and adds a natural element to the bathroom. And don’t worry — these large shelves can fit all your cosmetic needs small and large.
The Urban Outfitters Plymouth Sliding Storage Mirror is on sale now for $149.