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    Your Bathroom Deserves A Treat, So Check Out These 27 Reviewer-Approved Items

    Your bathroom needs some TLC, too.

    1. A set of lil' glass jars with bamboo lids because if I've learned anything from those weirdly hypnotic TikToks, putting random stuff into a lil' jar automatically makes it ~organized~ and ~aesthetic.~

    a reviewer photo of the labeled glass jars with wood lids filled with q-tips and cotton pads on a tray with a vase of eucalyptus

    2. A shower organizer that adheres right to the wall, no drills, suction cups or annoying tension rods needed. I impulse purchased these after our last shower organizer fell on my head while I was taking a bath, and they're honestly amazing. Super easy to organize, haven't rusted, and I haven't worried about the adhesive once in 2+ years.

    a reviewer photo of the black wire shower organizers attached to a shower wall

    3. A set of minimalist adhesive hooks to provide storage for towels and robes without looking like a locker room or damaging your walls.

    4. A starter pack of Clorox toilet wands because that toilet brush lurking behind the bowl is basically a germ bonanza. These are way more sanitary and way more effective at actually removing buildup and stains.

    5. A set of drill brush attachments so you can scrub smarter, not harder. These handy dandy brushes fit right on an electric drill, and then you just have to hold it up — the drill does the rest of the work for you.

    reviewer image of a dirty tub and a clean tub after using the brush

    6. A wall caddy that'll hold literally everything but the bathroom sink. Who even needs a medicine cabinet when you have one of these monstrosities?

    a reviewer photo of the white caddy attached to the mirror in a decorated bathroom space

    7. A tiered organizer to make the most of your cabinet space. This lets you use alllllllll that vertical space that used to just be air storage.

    8. An over the toilet ladder shelf for some rustic-chic charm and a ton of storage in an area that's usually just wasted space. It's a win-win!

    a photo of the dark wood ladder shelf in a decorated white bathroom space

    9. A tub of the Pink Stuff because it's Tiktok famous for a reason. It'll take off pretty much any gunk, grime, or goop that's attached itself to your bathroom and make it look sparklingly new.

    10. A bathtub tray to make your soaks the most luxurious experience possible. You can fit a book, a candle, a glass of wine — heck, you could probably get a whole ass meal on this baby.

    a reviewer photo of the dark wood tray with wine and toiletries across a large white tub

    11. A chenille bath mat with almost 40,000 five-star reviews — if more than enough people to fill my hometown twice are moved to review a bath mat, you know it's gotta be good.

    a reviewer photo of a purple bathmat on the floor in front of a shower

    12. A bamboo laundry hamper because putting your clothes immediately in the hamper when you take them off to shower is a genius time-saving move. Plus, this hamper has built in handles, so you can just carry it right to the machine — laundry basket whomst?

    the dark wooden laundry hamper with white rope handles

    13. A waffle weave shower curtain for major ~5-star hotel~ vibes. Tiny soaps not included.

    a reviewer photo of the white shower curtain in a decorated bathroom

    14. Or a set of dual hooks to hang your current shower curtain and liner — you might think this is too small of a thing to care about, but it really does improve the look. Plus, these slide incredibly smoothly, so you won't have to fight with your shower curtain every time you get in and out.

    a reviewer photo of the dark dual hooks holding a green shower curtain and white liner

    15. A squeegee because when it comes to a mildewy tub, or a cloudy shower door, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Take two seconds to wipe everything down after your shower, and you'll save hours of scrubbing later.

    a reviewer photo of the silver squeegee hanging in a grey and black shower

    16. An extendable tub and tile scrubber so your back doesn't have to suffer, no matter how deeply you scrub. And it's great for us shorties, who might not be able to reach the tops of the shower otherwise.

    a model using the blue and white scrubber around the base of a toilet

    17. A waterfall faucet that's a snap to install, and can be used whether your sink has one pre-cut hole or three. Trust me, even if you think you can't DIY, you can do this.

    a reviewer photo of the black faucet installed in a decorated white sink area

    18. A set of peel-and-stick floor tiles because you don't have to tear out your whole existing floor to get a new look. These just stick right on, and they're so strong you don't have to worry about peeling, chipping, or bubbling.

    a reviewer photo of their bathroom with the black and white patterned floor tiles

    19. A pastel accessory set that'll make even the cheapest soaps and toothbrushes look ~luxe~ and totally curated.

    a reviewer photo of the green and white set on a countertop

    20. A wall-mounted towel bar with major spa vibes. Even your old, raggedy towels from college will feel like 30% fancier just from hanging on this puppy.

    the brushed silver towel rack holding a white towel

    21. A bottle of Oh Yuk jetted tub cleaner that'll be a godsend if you decided to spring for the fancy Jacuzzi tub. Once you've seen the grime and gunk that can build up in those jets, you'll make sure to use this regularly, and not be worried you're sitting in grossness every time you have a soak.

    22. Or a grout pen if that seems like too much work — it's basically a paint pen you can use to refresh the grout that refuses to return to its original color, no matter how much you scrub.

    a reviewer before and after photo of their white and blue tile, in the first one the grout is dingy and in the second it's perfectly white

    23. A Turkish towel that you can have personalized according to your bathroom's vibe or leave plain and just enjoy the airy softness and absorbency.

    a set of folded cream and tan towels with a subtle diamond pattern

    24. A narrow trash can to fit in even the smallest nook in the tiniest bathroom. It's motion activated, waterproof, and has built-in support for heavy loads of trash, so it's basically the bathroom MVP.

    a reviewer photo of the small white trash can in a white bathroom

    25. A rainfall showerhead that'll take less than a minute to install, but provide a luxurious spray for shower after shower after shower.

    a reviewer photo of the large silver showerhead

    26. A bamboo Squatty Potty with all the functionality of its plastic siblings, but enough style that you can leave it out 24/7 instead of trying to hide it away when it isn't in use.

    a reviewer photo of the light wood stool in front of a toilet

    27. And a toilet paper holder that doesn't just say "I'm here to hold toilet paper" it says "I'm here to hold toilet paper, and I'm going to look DAMN GOOD while I do it."

    a reviewer photo of a hand next to the matte black toilet paper holder on green and blue wallpaper

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