I love the tarnished gold lids on these jars and would use them to store cotton balls and Q-tips in the bathroom. How pretty would they be sitting on an open shelf in a group of three?
Hang these beautiful towels where all can see them. Indulging in the little accessories is part of what makes bubble baths so fun. I love the beautiful raised terry cloth print.
This zigzag set of wall hooks would be a unique way to display towels in a bathroom. I love the shape, the zinc material and the vintage vibe of this piece.
Needlepoint artwork is a great way to display art in your bathroom without worrying about condensation ruining canvas paintings or photos. This set of letters would be perfect for a feminine/romantic bathroom or vanity area.
To mix things up a bit, I'd hang these beautiful seeded-glass pendants over the vanity area of a bathroom. They have such a stunning shape and color!
A set of rustic hooks on reclaimed wood would be a beautiful way to store towels in a bathroom. The oversize dimensions of this rack make it a very cool piece to include.
Add a little zen to a larger bathroom by using open Japanese-influenced shelves to hold bath supplies, towels and candles.
Side tables have so many different uses; they are great in the living room next to the sofa, they make excellent caddies in the office, and when they're the correct proportion, they work beautifully as a vanity in a bathroom. Add a ceramic bowl and install plumbing just as you would the store-bought version.
You cannot go wrong with simple, classy glass shelves in a bathroom. They bring a bit of elegance to the space and float on a wall providing plenty of extra — and valuable — storage space.
I love glass tile, and I can't think of a more spa-like experience than encasing your shower and tub in it. It's beautiful. Plus, this recycled version from Lowe's meets my criteria for staying green.
Radiant heating must be one of the most economical solutions to cold toes in the morning. If you're redoing your bath any time soon, don't forget this super simple (and affordable) addition. It's divine!
If you're considering a side table, buffet or otherwise non-bathroom vanity as a vanity, a classic ceramic white bowl like this will work beautifully as the sink. I love the modern shape of this one.
Nothing says "be my guest" more than a fresh bar of handmade soap for your visitors. Mmmm, it smells delicious and looks equally beautiful.