Decorating all the rooms in your home is up to you; only you really know what looks great where and whether you’re willing to pay for it or not. Just like your living room, bedroom, dining room and other common areas, the bathroom in your home should also be given a bit of decoration. It is just a toilet and in some places not even a bathtub or shower, but your restroom should be yours. Finding the right bathroom accessories doesn’t need to be a difficult process. The first thing you should do is look into what items your bathroom really needs.
Start by looking at the bottom of your bathtub. If you don’t have some kind of flooring with a rough top to it, you should really get some. The bottom of a tub is slippery, even dangerous when you’re in the middle of a hot shower and can’t see for all the steam. With something abrasive against your soles, you are far less likely to slip and fall. This is both a practical and fashionable upgrade you could make to your bathroom, money you can feel great about spending, not just good. These adhesive, rough surfaces are available almost everywhere bath supplies are sold.
If your bathtub is set up against a wall with a window in it, you are likely wary about showering and being seen by people outside your home. With a waterproof curtain much like your shower curtain, you could both block the view and keep the wall from warping due to water damage. This is another of many fine bathroom accessories you could really use but may not have known you needed. It doesn’t need to be anything special but you can dress it up if you wish, maybe work out a motif for your restroom. Fish seem to be popular.
Most people spend more time looking in their bathroom mirror than they realize. When shaving, brushing your teeth, combing your hair or doing just about anything hygienic, you use a mirror to make sure you’re doing it right. Decorating your bathroom mirror seems like a good idea then. It’s hard to think of anything useful but getting something to go along with the curtains and tub only makes sense. If you’re already working with an aquatic or fish theme, finding some stickers or decals for a mirror will be easy. Color coding the fish with toothbrushes and writing names on them might be cool.
Last but not least, a bar before or aside your toilet is actually far more useful than you might think. While it is great for when your back hurts or when someone else in your family is hurting, those strong, durable bars are good for much more. Even during the act of going, by holding onto that metal you can take some of the stress of your body and work leverage to get a better bowl movement. If there are more useful bathroom accessories they must be pretty difficult to find. This one is a must have for the old, infirm or sick.