140 Bathroom Stools

A bathroom stool is a very handy item to have in your restroom. In a room with otherwise limited seating, a vanity stool is a good option to be able to sit and do your makeup. Likewise, a shower bench will help take the strain off your back and feet in the shower. If you have small children, a bath stool will give them that extra boost they need to reach the sink. The following information will help you choose from the wide selection of bathroom stools: More 
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What type of vanity chair should I get?

A vanity chair is a great way to introduce an element of comfort to a room typically focused on function. If your powder room has a more feminine style, try an upholstered vanity stool with a fabric you absolutely love, or find one with intricate details on the frame. If you prefer a backless option, look for a vanity bench, which can be a bit wider and easier to slide under a counter when not in use. For those of you that appreciate furniture with multiple functions, vanity stools with storage underneath provide the perfect solution to keeping unused items off your countertop.

Will a shower bench make bathing easier?

A shower seat is a smart idea regardless of your age and health. If you or a loved one has difficulty standing while bathing, a shower bench will make their routine much easier and give them more independence. Perhaps you simply want to sit down and relax in the shower — go ahead, you deserve a moment of peace!

In terms of materials, a teak shower stool is designed to withstand the constant moisture of a bathroom and coordinates well with most design styles. A plastic or stainless steel shower bench will hold up too, as well as provide you with the perfect ledge to rest your leg while shaving or scrubbing your toes. Make sure the bath stool you want will fit nicely in your space; you want it enhance your bathing experience, not get in the way.
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