The Modern Bathroom Accessories That You’ll Just NEED For Your Bathroom

Example of a modern bathroom design with white accessories and silver fixtures

Let’s face it: we spend a lot of time in the bathroom, next to the kitchen, so there’s a good chance you want to keep your bathroom looking as modern as possible. While it can cost a decent amount to do an entire remodel, sometimes that’s not what you need. Sometimes, all that you need in your bathroom are some modern bathroom accessories to spruce up the experience. Our team at Re-Bath & Kitchens gets that, so we’re always willing to help out if there’s a bathroom accessory that you’ll need to install. Keep on reading to see some of the newest bathroom accessories that you’ll want in your bathroom!

 

LED Lighting

This is probably the easiest accessory to make completely revolutionize your bathroom experience. Plus, they’re powered by a low voltage source, making them economical and safe for bathroom use. In its most basic form, you can just get some strip lighting to lend a funky atmosphere to your bathroom. Looking for something a step up? Consider getting single lights, or alternating lights. You can even get them in different colors.

 

Body Drying System

Okay, this one may seem way out, but it’s starting to gain traction after a crowdfunding campaign a while back. Eliminating the use of towels makes your shower all the more convenient and luxurious, after all!

 

Storage Jars and Boxes

What do you do with all of those tiny knicks and knacks that you never know where to put? Get a stylish, chic storage jar! Finally, you’ll have somewhere to drop off your hair clips, makeup remover pads, cotton balls, and other accessories. And the best part? The storage jar can go anywhere! Maybe you want something less chic? Try an urban, natural wood box! It’s for making a statement and adding some life to your bathroom.

 

Heated Baths and Toilets

Hey, it’s 2017. Why should you have a cold bath? Now, it’s a piece of cake getting a bath with a built-in system to keep your bath running at the same temperature constantly, so you don’t have to freeze when topping up your bath. You can also get a heated toilet seat to help maximize your comfort when you’re going through your regular bathroom routine. Running on low-voltage sources, they’re safe and perfect for bathroom and toilet usage.

 

Eco-Friendly Shower Heads

If you’re going to be modern, you might as well be eco-friendly while you’re at it, right? Showers account for an enormous amount of most people’s regular water usage, which is why it would make sense to have an economically-friendly shower head as one of your essential bathroom accessories. Besides cutting down on unnecessary waste, it’ll also help you save money when it comes to paying your water and energy bills. While there are many different options available that all regulate and attempt to limit water and energy usage in a variety of ways, the Re-Bath team is more than happy to provide some advice to help you make the best decision for your bathroom and household.

Bath Caddies

Nothing is better than having a long, luxurious bath after a rough day–especially if you have a bath caddy to complement the bathing experience! A good bath caddy has various sections and parts to place your different items on and relax: soaps, shampoos, sponges, and so forth. Now, you can get a bath caddies with tablet or phone holders, a dedicated compartment for a bottle and glass of wine, or even a book holder so you don’t get your mystery novel wet.

 

Towel Warmers

After taking a relaxing, warm shower or bath, the worst thing can be stepping out and grabbing a cold towel to dry off. Fortunately, towel warmers are the bathroom accessory to help make the transition easier! There are, however, other options available: heated cabinets, for example, or a towel drier that could work as a radiator as well.

 

Rugs, Shower Curtains, and Other Accessories

Of course, not every accessory has to be electronic: sometimes a new throw rug or classy shower curtain can do the job. Consider getting soap bars or empty, vintage powder jars for aesthetic purpose. Framed art is easy to change on a rotating basis, and can provide whatever sort of vibe you want with almost no effort. Another popular option is a ladder floor storage, where you can put baskets to store items in.

Ultimately, you have to choose what’s on the market that you most want in your bathroom. However, we realize at ReBath & Kitchens that it can be a little overwhelming to pick the perfect bathroom accessories for your bathroom, so if you’re ever in need of some assistance or advice, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us! We’d love to hear from you.

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