There are other tub caddies out there, but I am really loving this ebonized version from Peg and Awl. The dark hue is chic, and the company will custom make it to fit your tub.
Add ambience to the bath by hanging one or two of these Turkish lanterns over the tub or sink. Light candles inside for a warm glow while you soak in the tub.
Finally, a simple and chic dispenser for liquid soap. The rounded shape is pleasing to the touch. It also comes in dark gray.
Prefer bar soap? Store a big pile in a tin-coated, hammered brass bowl like the ones used in Turkish bathhouses. This one from Le Souk is amply sized for holding soap, washcloths or anything else you need to stash.
Speaking of soap, these jade-colored, gem-like bars from Pelle are almost too pretty to use. They would look amazing heaped into that brass bowl, don’t you think?
We all keep the extra rolls under the sink, which is fine, but wouldn’t it be nice to have a way to store a few in plain sight when guests come over? This simple freestanding toilet paper holder from West Elm is the perfect solution. It’s great for renters, too — no holes in the wall.
These sweet little hand-printed bags from Pi’lo would make very nice storage for those extra washcloths, hand towels and delicates to launder. Hang them from hooks, store them on a shelf or just toss them under the sink.
I’m always seduced by bath products with pretty packaging, and this trio of Dead Sea bath salts from Herbivore Botanicals immediately caught my eye. I haven’t had a chance to try them yet, but the scents sound amazing.
I’ve always liked the idea of keeping things neat by using little apothecary jars, but they take up too much room on my tiny counter. So when I spied this stackable set from Anthropologie, it was love at first sight.
This simple wood block holder for makeup brushes looks so Zen. I imagine it would make getting ready in the morning feel just a little more special.
The area under your sink is a mess, right? Yep, mine is too. I think everyone (myself included) could use something like this to hang behind the cabinet door to keep things under control.
Like to listen to music in the bath or catch up on the news during your morning shower? This little radio from Tivoli Audio has great sound and sleek good looks, and it’s splash resistant. You can even take it with you when you travel.
These towels are light as air, thirsty as can be and available in the prettiest colors. I would get one of each and stack them on an open shelf where I could gaze at them.
Prefer a towel that’s superplush and fluffy? In that case I suggest these beauties from Anthropologie. They look incredibly soft and have a pretty yet subtle zigzag pattern.
I’m not a big fan of towel bars. I like how towels drape more casually from a hook and that you don’t have to be constantly fussing with perfectly creased and folded towels. And the bigger the hook, the better. These French ones from Bodie and Fou can handle even the biggest bath sheets with ease.
Do you really need a chic toothbrush? Of course not. But I saw these, and I must say I’m sort of entranced. They would be nice to have on hand for guests who’ve forgotten theirs, and the charcoal blended into the bristles is supposed to help remove plaque.
Get Zen while you soak by burning incense in this cast iron holder from Task. Between uses, it will add minimalist good looks to your sink or the back of the toilet.