905 persian rug Bath Products
The eternally preppy now have a bath rug to show their allegiance to the youthful and conservative style. And for guests who aren't familiar with the Lacoste branding, the big green alligator could serve as a humorous approach to bathroom decor.
You'll want your guests to step out of the shower or tub onto a cozy bath mat. They prevent spills and falls, and they just make your guest bath all the more inviting.
A lovely larger hexagon tile which is great for a bathroom floor, but could also work as a mudroom floor or laundry room floor. Also comes in Carrara marble.
A bath rug makes your bathroom feel much more like a spa than a heavily trafficked room in the house.
Keep your bathroom drawers from becoming a jumble by corralling your cosmetics in this glam lucite storage tray.
Necessary elements chosen with attention to quality and detail are sure to create a space that always feels like home. For example, plush white bathroom rugs are soft and highly functional.
Bathroom rugs can be switched out during the spring season for brightly colored options for a fresh look.
Stepping out of the shower never felt so luxurious. We'd love to sink our feet into this ikat bath rug.
Ikat Bath Rug
When you re-emerge into the world from a luxurious bath or particularly soothing shower, shouldn’t you be greeted with gentleness? This bath rug is woven of pure Egyptian cotton, renown for keeping a soft and plush pile for years … so you will never wear out it’s warm welcome.
I always like to play with trends in the bathroom, especially with a shower curtain. Most often it is an inexpensive change.
Every bathroom needs a bath mat that is soft, pretty and washable! I don't understand why anyone would put a rug in the bathroom that can't be thrown in the washing machine. These Italian cotton rugs fit the bill perfectly and they come in the most beautiful muted colors. So pretty.
Wow, I love the texture and depth of color in this tile, for me nothing beats handmade tile for creating a distinct kitchen or bath.
Accessorizing adds so much layering to bathroom design, this mat has such a great relief and we love it.
I love the new take on herringbone in these bath mats from West Elm. They remind me a bit of a man's suit, making them a perfect choice to balance femininity in a space.
Fez Bath Mat
Sometimes going with a pattern on a bath mat can be too much. Just adding great texture, like with this rug, can give a space a sense of calm and depth without being too busy. It simply adds a layer of coziness.
This is one of my favorites. I'm loving the black and white and the simplicity of the wide black band at the bottom. Plus, anything monogrammed is cool in my book. This would look good in a traditional-style bathroom.
Let's face it: Most bath mats are a real snooze. Turn that around with this chevron tribal print one. Now your eyes will thank you along with your bare feet.• 100% cotton.• Graphic chevrons refresh the bath in a graphic, modern palette.• Plush and soft underfoot.• 20"l x 30"w.
This reversible rug woven from paper yarn allows you to switch up the color scheme of a space depending on your mood. One side is a vibrant pink, and the opposite side is neutral with pink accents.
I'm head over heels for this beautiful damask bath mat. The unique shape and beautiful design would make a bathroom pop.
This exotic rug will add a bit of modern geometry to your entryway or your bathroom. I also love the subdued but lovely color palette it will provide - I'd plan an entire room around it.
I simply love Ikat. It's basically my favorite print. There's just something so tribal and special about it. This curtain is chic and beautiful in design. The gray and coral provide high contrast, and you get a lot of bang for your buck with this curtain.
This towel is on the complete opposite end of the spectrum from the white cotton towels I usually use, and yet I'm enchanted by it. If you can't afford a quality antique rug, this might be the next best thing!Dimensions: 56"L x 30"W. Made of cotton. Machine washable.
Catch (safe) waves with this beautiful bath mat. Your guests are sure to remember the trip to your home after a few moments on this playful rug.
Glass mosaic tiles have the sparkle and sheen of precious jewels. Whether you choose art-inspired versions like these Ann Sacks tiles or simple 1-inch by 1-inch mosaics, they would be a great backsplash in a bathroom designed to complement a jewel-toned bedroom.
Pulls like these evoke memories of old library card catalogs. Sturdy and sophisticated, the finish is ideal for plenty of rooms in any home.
This shower curtain gives new meaning to shabby chic. It's monogrammed burlap! I love the fringe at the bottom of the curtain. It adds just a little something to jazz up the plain burlap fabric.
Add some of the current "it" pattern, ikat, to your bathroom with this lovely gray and yellow bathmat (and matching shower curtain if you wish).
Which one are you? Hopefully clean when you come out of the shower. This fun and clever mat would make anyone (stepping in for a bath) smile.
Zing! This shower curtain is bright and fun, but it's also easy to replace if it truly gets to be too much neon for you.
This ruffled, ombré shower curtain features pink, orange and red fabric. It's a total flirt and would be absolutely adorable in a girl's bathroom.
This gray shag bath mat will bring a modern look into your bathroom while keeping the floor warm and cozy.
My favorite bath mat in all the world — so soft, so cozy. I could not step out of the bath without one.
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