By Élodie Marilène. Bathroom Accessories. Published at Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 - 04:08:33 AM.
The biggest thing that you need to look at when choosing bathroom accessories is how you will actually be using the bathroom. This will dictate what is important and what is not. For example, if you use the bathroom as your own personal day spa, you might like to incorporate luxuries such as heated towel rails, or a cabinet to hold lovely, fluffy towels. You might like to display your stylish toiletries on a wall shelf, and hang warm, cosy robes from door mounted hooks. However, if your bathroom is used for bathing kids and the like, you may want to incorporate such things as extra towel rails and hooks, tubs and baskets to hold toys, bright towels and the like. If you’re busy in the morning, things such as fog free mirrors will help you to get out the door quicker, as you don’t have to wait for the mirror to clear before you can brush your teeth, shave, or apply makeup.
Storage can be a problem, especially in small bathrooms. You can increase your basic bathroom storage with additional things like baskets and boxes which can be organized in all sorts of casual and interesting ways. So think carefully. How much storage do you need for all your makeup products and how do you want to organize everything?
Dual flush toilets have a split flush button that gives you a choice of pressing the smaller button for a four litre flush, ideal for liquid waste, or the larger button for more substantial waste. Four times out of five you’ll only need to use the smaller button, giving you an average saving of three litres per flush.
Do you prefer to keep your toiletries organized? Look at getting a double or single hook and a double towel rail. Considerinstalling a wall mounted shower basket in your shower stall to keep soap accessible and looking stylish as well. Or, if you pamper yourself with lots of products in the shower, hang a two-tier shower caddy to accommodate all your bottles and shampoos.
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