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    30 Of The Best Bathroom Accessories You Can Get On Amazon

    I will not NOT have a bidet with chrome-plated water pressure control knobs!

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    1. A shower curtain liner with pockets so you can take advantage of every last inch of storage space your cramped bathroom offers.

    The shower curtain with toiletries in the pockets

    Promising review: "This is the perfect solution for my tub/shower situation. We have no shelving, and showerhead racks tend to get rusty/caked with soap and have even fallen off. We've had this in the shower for three months now and it's great. It holds all our bottles, razors, and bars of soap." —Rachel B

    Price: $14

    Read our full review of the shower curtain liner with pockets (#2).

    2. An interlocking drawer organizer that'd leave Marie Kondo scrambling for a new catchphrase — "joy" doesn't begin to describe what this tidy setup will spark in you.

    Promising review: "So I bought a lot of these!! They are awesome, they interlock, and allow for different combinations of sizes and layouts. My drawers are finally organized, my OCD mind is at ease, and I can sleep better knowing that my toothbrush is not touching the cotton swab dispenser. Seriously though, the sizes available in this package seem to fit most things, like a toothbrush, external hard drives, screws, and dog combs." —Leo Light

    Price: $8.99+ (available as an eight- or nine-piece and in six colors)

    3. A luxurious foam spa pillow with seven suction cups that cling to your tub to give your shoulders and neck some much-needed orthopedic support when you're kicking back.

    The spa pillow

    Promising review: "This bath pillow is wonderful! I had the blow-up terry pillow and ditched it for this, and I am so glad I did. This pillow is extremely comfortable and the best pillow I have ever tried. It looks as though it would attach easily to any tub. My tub is curved, and there was no problem with it conforming to my tub. It stays put with no slippage. The suction cups hold very well." —Christina

    Price: $15.99+ (also available in a three-panel option)

    Read our deep dive on the Gorilla Grip spa bath pillow.

    4. A tube-wringer, because squeezing out that last tiny bit of toothpaste can be incredibly rewarding, wow!

    Promising review: "These work great. They keep even a full tube upright so the bathroom counter looks tidier. The key twists the empty section of the tube easily so every bit of the toothpaste is used with no fuss. Have one for my husband and one for each of the kids." —Chelley Patterson

    Price: $7.59 (for two)

    5. A shower head to give you three times the coverage of a standard one — as well as a much more intense, sculpting experience.

    The shower head

    Promising review: "I just installed the Delta Water Amplifying shower head. Whereas with the previous shower head, the flow water never reached within 18 inches of the back wall, now it soaks the back wall. I am finally getting a good shower again!" —Dave Millman

    Price: $20.31

    6. A space-saving outlet shelf that's perfect for propping up your home speakers while you bathe.

    The outlet shelf with an Echo Dot sitting on it

    Promising review: "The quality of the product is excellent. I like the plain explanations on the instructions, and the box contains everything you'll need to get this thing hung whether you have a GFCI or a regular duplex outlet. I put this in my bathroom to get a Play 1 off the counter. It is the perfect size, shape, and color for this application." —J.Lewis

    Price: $14.99

    7. A swiveling, wall-mountable towel bar to hang as many as six rows of heavy-duty towels on — time to buy six rows of towels!


    Promising review: "I purchased this a few days ago to add to my newly remodeled guest bathroom and was a little leery of the weight that the towels would put on the hinges. Having loaded it down now, with high-quality bath sheets, it easily supports the towels without any bowing or drooping to the rods. The hinges have nylon bushings between each joint, which makes them nice and tight so far. After buying this system, I would definitely recommend and will purchase additional KES products in the future." —Crackin4

    Price: $26.50 (available with two to six arms)

    8. Or a steel and glass shelf with a towel bar, an idea you definitely shouldn't shelf!

    The shelf with a towel, vase and trinket displayed on it

    Promising review: "This is a great little shelf and relatively easy to put together. Because it's glass, I would suggest taking your time while putting it together and ask someone to help. I put this up by myself, which worked, but it would have gone smoother had I had someone there to assist. Beautiful shelf and compliments my bathroom perfectly. Nice size as well. I keep my qtips, cotton balls, etc. on the shelf in decorative containers which helps keep it looking very classy. I would definitely recommend this." —Tracey Reed

    Price: $51.97

    9. A mini trash can for the naysayers who said a garbage can could never be described as "chic."

    The mini trash can

    Promising review: "Really attractive little trashcan. Its best feature? The lid keeps our naughty dog from foraging through the bathroom trash and bringing us his favorite finds as gifts while we sit on the couch. With guests." —Alison W.

    Price: $19.99+ (available in seven colors)

    10. An acrylic Squatty Potty to get your colon and artistic sensibility aligned.

    The acrylic squatty potty on display

    Promising review: "This thing is SLEEK! I bought this for my new home's main floor guest bath. We wanted to provide guests with the convenience of the Squatty Potty without the eyesore of the white 7" one. I feel like if Kim and Kanye had a Squatty Potty, it would be this one." —Durga D

    Price: $78.73

    Don't require high design for your BMs? Check out the original Squatty Potty for $23.24.

    11. An over-the-door hair tools holder so you always have easy access to your frequently used products.

    The tool holder with brushes and toiletries on it

    Promising review: "This is the best thing I have purchased from Amazon! It is holding two brushes, a blow dryer, and four other heating tools! Best used with a blow dryer that has retractable cord." —katie

    Price: $12.65 (available in three finishes)

    12. A three-piece set of quick-drying towels to spare yourself from the horrors of a dank, mildewy space.

    The set of white towels

    Promising review: "Perfect towels, good size and quality, minus the useless luxe thickness that prevents drying overnight. No lint even on initial washing/drying, no pulling, and no cut thread loops like fancy name brands in the discount retailers. Wash and dries easily and quickly. These are the best towels I ever had for real use. Sensible for the environment too. Less water to wash, much much less drying time." —L. Thomas

    Price: $13.80 (for a three-piece set; includes a washcloth, bath towel, and hand towel; available in multiple colors)

    13. A bamboo bath mat that'll stay looking first-day new (unlike your standard cotton mat you've been wronged by too many times in the past).

    Promising review: "This mat is perfect for my tiny Brooklyn apartment. I like it because it does not get gross like textile-based bath mats. It is easy to wipe down and looks clean. If feet germs gross you out, this is the mat for you!" —Laura Anne White

    Price: $29.99+ (available in two finishes and four sizes)

    14. A BuzzFeed Reviews–approved bidet, because you should know using toilet paper in the year 2019 is honestly kinda crappy!

    The bidet on display

    Promising review: "The Luxe Bidet Neo 120 has soured me on pooping in bidet-less toilets forever. It's shown me the difference between rubbing peanut butter out of shag carpeting with a paper towel, and that sparkling clean feeling you get right when you step out of the shower." —Mercury

    Price: $30.99

    Check out our picks for the best toilet paper at three different price points on BuzzFeed Reviews. (This is our pick for the $$$ category, even though, no, it is not technically TP.)

    15. A pair of amber glass bottles with labels to declutter your countertops and make your soaps look a whole lot fancier.

    A person using the bottle

    Promising review: "Exactly as pictured and truly pretty. The pumps are well made, and fit and work perfectly. The glass is not thin — not bulky-thick either. I am very impressed with the quality and pricing. I love these and will absolutely buy them again." —Admin Math & Science

    Price: $12.99 (for a pair)

    16. A wooden storage bin that'll inspire you to go wild with your cabinets.

    The wooden storage displaying household items

    Promising review: "This box is perfect. I have a very small main bathroom and needed something that fit on top of the toilet to hold extra toilet paper. It is a pretty, clean-looking design. I get the big rolls of toilet paper, so it holds two of those well. It's solid and well made. Next I need to tackle organizing our bathroom closet that has those wire grid shelves. I'll buy more of these, so I don't have to worry about things falling through those grids." —Suzie Q

    Price: $15.59+ (available in XS, S, S/M, and L and in white and gray)

    17. A flexible shower caddy for holding all your shampoos and soaps and look dang good doing it.

    The shower caddy with toiletries in it

    Promising review: This caddy is amazing. NO RUST! OMG. Can't begin to articulate how nice that is. I was concerned a bar of soap wouldn't work on this (all of the pictures showed liquid soap), but I was wrong. Fits just fine on the lower shelf, in any of the three spots that are available." —H H

    Price: $19.99 (available in gray, blue, and white)

    18. A multi-compartmented acrylic makeup organizer to scratch that organizing itch.

    The acrylic beauty organizer

    Promising review: "I am amazed at how much this organizer actually fits! I have a TON of long makeup brushes and liner pencils and other things that I was worried would be too big for this, but everything fit great. The material is durable and looks well made (for a bit of clear plastic). My favorite parts are the wonderful drawers that fit a BUNCH of stuff (I believe I have three full-sized eye pallets in one of them) and the fact that you can take each level apart. You can split up your organized makeup and use the organizer for different areas of your bathroom or closet. Great purchase! Has definitely made my beauty products much more manageable and fun! It’s easier to use more of your fun makeup when you actually know where it’s at!" —brian k

    Price: $19.99

    19. A Bluetooth speaker you can bring in the shower with you and hear very well (despite how loud you like to sing in said shower).

    The speaker submerged in water

    Promising review: "Love the sound from these speakers — would have read the description a little more carefully as I was hoping to have these float in the pool while we were swimming and they are actually not meant for that. They are splash-proof and approved for a depth of up to three meters, but not suggested for long-term exposure to water. BUT they are great NEAR the pool so we can listen to tunes while we swim which makes them perfect for the family and I don't have to worry if the dog knocks them in the water (or the kids for that matter which is way more likely!) Would definitely buy again, in fact, I bought a set as a gift for my brother-in-law." —Leisa

    Price: $104.97

    20. An accordion-style plunger that'll make you wonder why you ever bothered with a standard rubber-cup one. So 20th century!

    The accordion-style plunger

    Promising review: "I have never used a better toilet plunger in my life. This one is totally awesome and is the best by far. You have to be careful not to get too aggressive with it or you can splash water out of the toilet and/or on yourself. What I do is line up the plunger opening to the opening in the toilet. Then I slowly press it down to get the air out of the plunger (if you go fast you will likely splash the water out onto the floor and possibly yourself) and then slowly draw water into the plunger while keeping the openings sealed together. Getting the air out is key. Then I just thrust, plunge, or use my weight down into the toilet opening without lifting up the plunger or breaking the seal. The water in the plunger will shoot down through the toilet opening. I can usually clear a clog in one plunge. This design is by far the best I've ever used or seen. It's worth three times the price I paid." —Knutester

    Price: $12.99 (available in turquoise and black).

    21. A storage caddy organizer for your medicine cabinet because figuring out how to stack on top of these narrow shelves can be a nightmare.

    The storage caddy being used to show its functionality

    Promising review: "I love iDesign products and have several different pieces, organizing my medicine cabinet and desk. I use them for makeup, dental supplies, contact lenses, cleansers, deodorant, skin creams, pencils, scissors, etc., etc. All of these products are sturdy, well-thought-out pieces that can be adapted to individual needs. I love being able to reach into a medicine chest or drawer and put my hand on exactly what I'm looking for. With a place for each item, it's easy to put things away when I'm finished with them, meaning everything stays neat and clean. Could not ask for more." —Cecilia P. 

    Price: $17.99

    22. A luxury bathtub caddy tray you can rest a book or coffee mug (or, lol, your phone) on while you bathe., Amazon

    Promising review: "Ooooh, myyyy gooodnesss! It is wonderful. My baths, which I have always loved, are now a true spa time complete with: facial, full-body skin care, music or audio book, a magazine or book, and refreshments (fresh cherries & a favorite drink). I appreciate the security of the tray to hold my iPhone/electronics, eye glasses, and hand mirror. The caddy is the bomb: relaxing, fulfilling, and joyful. I look forward daily to a long soak. I may buy an iPad to kick it up a notch. What fun! I covered the soap holder and the two inner compartments with foil to make cleaning a jiffy. The wood and design are attractive and functional. A tub/spa pillow is a must and inexpensive but not included with this item. I already had my pillow, which I bought from Amazon. :)" —Beje

    Price: $44.97

    23. A set of mason jar accessories that will the perfect amount of barnyard chic to any bathroom's aesthetic.

    The set of mason jar accessories with toiletries inside of them

    Promising review: "Such a cute set for my bathroom! It comes with stickers that say toothpaste etc in different fonts and it really tied the rest of my bathroom decor together! I wish it came with another dispenser for lotion but I bought a separate one. The dispenser does act a little funny from time to time and it’ll only dispense a little bit of soap so you have to pump it again once or twice but it’s really no issue for me! I usually get a couple of pumps of soap anyway! I would highly recommend this set though!" —Monica Dailey

    Price: $19.99

    24. A slim plastic bathroom device that does a perfect job at having cleaning items go unnoticed while also collecting trash.

    A woman depositing something into the plastic slim trash can

    It acts as a trash can receptacle and a toilet brush holder.

    Promising review: "What a God send for my little guest bath! It's a multi tasking wonder. Small trash can on top, toilet brush nicely concealed in front and trash bag storage at the back. Don't pay attention to the haters! They evidently didn't read the dimensions. It is small and the trash can part is little, but in a bathroom it's kinda important to keep bathroom trashcans emptied regularly anyway. Who wants to see bathroom trash overflowing? And this little wonder even has a lid, so it can hide that nasty stuff. I plan to buy two more for my larger bathrooms to cut down on "floor clutter". LOVE this product!!!" —John

    Price: $29.59

    25. A simple and efficient electric toothbrush that'll earn you high marks at your next dentist appointment.

    The electric toothbrush

    Promising review: "This electric toothbrush has changed my life, and I don't know why I've never hopped aboard the electric toothbrush train before but I'm glad I have now. I used to be so lazy about brushing for a full two minutes, and the last time I went to the dentist they told me that I had cavities forming and if I didn't improve my habits I would need fillings. I decided this was a worthy investment to prevent that from happening, and I haven't looked back since. This was super easy to set up, especially for someone like me who is a 'when all else fails read the directions' kind of gal. I was worried the vibrations would be too abrasive, but they are nice and gentle while still being effective. Also I have a smaller mouth so the little round brush head is perfect for getting in little spots I would miss with a traditional toothbrush. It's not too heavy and very comfortable to hold. An added bonus is the black color makes it look very sleek and dressed up — overall less clinical looking than a lot of the electric toothbrushes I had seen. Invest in your dental health and buy this toothbrush!" —Natasha Simone

    Price: $49.97

    26. A two-tiered cosmetic organizer tray with a vanity mirror so you can take another look at yourself.

    The cosmetics organizer

    Promising review: "Yamazaki is a master at creating innovative and attractive ways to bring order to my home's chaos. This little guy is attractive and has brought order to my extensive skin care regimen that make my bathroom a near disaster zone. I plan on purchasing a few more for other places in both my home and my office." —Kate F.

    Price: $34.99

    27. A toothbrush caddy that'll finally help you keep your brushes straight.

    The toothbrush caddy with toothbrushes in it

    Promising review: "My wife and I have been using this for a few months and really like it. It's the perfect size for two brushes and one tube of paste. The base color matches our walls and it's easy to wipe clean when needed." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $9.99+ (available in two sizes)

    28. A hanging cotton canvas laundry bag you actually won't mind keeping out.

    The hanging canvas laundry bag with clothes inside of it

    Promising review: "This hanging cotton canvas bag is a definite lifesaver for my bathroom floor. Instead of having to pick up laundry and collect it before going to the wash, we now can strip down before a shower and basketball-throw our clothing into the hamper. We have an older top-loading washer and this bag holds one full load of wash, which is great for saving space since we no longer need to keep a basket out for collection. This bag has been completely filled with jeans, and the metal frame and hook have not bent or warped from the weight, so it will hold up to heavy laundry." —Z

    Price: $10

    29. A highly rated water flosser if you simply suck at flossing your teeth and want to make up for lost time.

    A man smiling at the water flosser

    Unfortunately, that is me smiling at my Waterpik.

    Promising review: "I am the son of a dentist, the brother of a dentist, and the son of a professor of dentistry at one of the prominent dental schools in Ohio. Needless to say oral hygiene has been beaten into me since I was a child. In the '70s and '80s people used water picks, and for some reason they seem to have gone out of vogue. A good one completely replaces the need for dental floss, which most people hate to use. Having grown up with a WaterPik in my house and always owning one I can tell you that this is the best one I've ever had." —Dan Miller

    Price: $59.99+ (available in seven colors).

    30. And a pack of stick-anywhere motion-sensor night lights so you can grab an item out of the medicine cabinet in the middle of the night without waking everyone up with a sudden burst of light.

    The motion-sensor night light in a person's bathroom

    Promising review: "These little babies can detect motion from about 10 feet away and turn themselves on. The light they give off is incredibly bright considering they are only six LEDs. After they turn on they will shut off after about one minute with no motion in the room, so they are great for a bathroom night light but you may have to move a few times if your there for a bit." —Mr. SmokeyJoe

    Price: $13.99 (for a pack of three; available in warm or regular white)

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