1. Add a peel-and-stick Subway tile backsplash behind your sink to create a more finished look. Plus, the tiles will prevent water stains from regular sink use that paint would otherwise soak right up.
2. Or if you want a peel-and-stick backsplash that has more of a wow factor, use this one that mimics Talavera Mexican tile.
3. Bulky hair tools can take up so much drawer and cabinet space and create a mess of tangled cords. Fix that problem with an over-the-door hair tools holder that has a specially designed holster for your blow-dryer and brushes. It keeps everything organized, and in a place that would otherwise go unused.
4. If you live in an older home that has years of grim caked onto every surface in the bathroom, a drill brush-cleaning kit will do the trick. The bristles are soft enough to handle delicate surfaces like glass and old tile, but strong enough to take on stubborn buildup on grout and in toilets.
5. Terrazzo, which is a composite material of marble chippings set into cement, is the most popular material in bathroom designs right now. It's also suppppper expensive. Instead of using costly terrazzo tile or slabs in your bathroom upgrade, try a toothbrush holder and soap dish set that uses the material. It's super cute but doesn't cost a small fortune.
6. Don't know what to do with a big blank wall in your bathroom? Create a gallery wall with a set of eight framed pieces of art in various sizes. The themed art will create a cohesive look without being too match-y.
7. If you have a bathroom with outdated cabinet pulls or knobs, consider swapping them out for something that's on trend yet timeless, like these black matte-steel cabinet pulls. If you rent, simply put the old ones in a shoebox or bag under the sink so you can swap them back in when it's time to move out.
8. Turn your bathroom into a haven for plants. It's an easy way to make a big impact without breaking the bank. Plant stylists agree that you should group plants in threes, and for a bathroom it's important to source ones that can handle warmth, humidity, and low light.
9. Use peel-and-stick removable wallpaper to create a faux reclaimed wood accent wall for a fraction of the price of installing costly real wood. Simply cut and paste the paper to your wall's size and, boom, it's done! It's really that easy.
10. Hang a eucalyptus shower/bath pouch in your bathtub to create a spa-like experience every time you bathe. The steam from your bath or shower will activate the eucalyptus oil and create a wonderful, calming environment.
11. One of the best ways to upgrade your bathroom's look (on a budget) is to swap out old lighting for something new and trendy. This three-lamp wall sconce has major farmhouse vibes, which is the most popular interior design style right now.
12. Use a bath caddy so you can slink into a warm bath after a long day without having to worry about forgetting something. This particular caddy has a slot for a wine glass, a book or tablet holder, and a few other nooks for other items like candles or phones.
13. Are unwanted smells lingering in your bathroom? A bottle of body and room mist will fix that, and this one is deliciously scented because it's a blend of juicy pineapples, melon, and creamy coconut. Summer is now year-round!
14. Easily install LED lights around or behind your mirror, because doing your makeup with only a ceiling light shining down at you can cast some pretty unnatural shadows that makes makeup application tricky. A smart–touch dimmer lets you adjust brightness, too, so you can get glammed up even if your bathroom is slightly dark.
15. Unsightly shower enclosure or bathtub got you down? Cover it up with a gorgeous shower curtain designed by Justina Blakeney, the bona fide queen of the bohemian interior design style that's all the rage right now.
16. Want to party but stuck at home? This color-changing showerhead will create that vibe without you having to pay an entrance fee. DJ booth not included.
17. Artfully stack this pack of 12 fizzy aromatherapy bath bombs in a decorative basket or bowl on a window ledge when not in use for a super-easy and colorful decoration.
18. Are you short on storage? Keep your best and most-used products within reach with a space-saving shower curtain that has nine generously sized mesh storage pockets.
19. Install floating shelves to create a special place to show off pretty bathroom items like candles, soaps, plants, art, and extra towels.
20. It seems like every bathroom is short on storage, so use this outlet shelf to hold and charge tiny electronics. From electric toothbrushes to your Alexa, you'll never find yourself trying to use something that's dead because it lost its charge.
21. If your bathroom is so tiny that you don't have the space for a traditional towel rack, try this swiveling, wall-mounted towel bar. It takes up very little space but can hold up to four towels.
22. If soggy bath mats are absolutely not your thing (we hear you...) consider a bamboo bath mat. It even has little rubber feet that prevent it from moving around.
23. Or you can try a vinyl mat that'll look like tile on your floor. It's also antifungal, hypoallergenic, thermal insulated, and 100% recyclable.
24. Purchase a pack of stick-anywhere motion-sensor night-lights so you can grab something from your bathroom at night without blasting the room with light. This is also a great way to add ~mood lighting~ to your bathing ritual routine!
25. Bathroom grout looking nasty? Restore stained grout on your tiled floors and walls with a grout pen that's mold-resistant and covers up to 60 meters of grout area.
26. But before you paint over stained grout that's beyond saving, use this acid-free grout cleaner to clean up the grime that's built up over time but can still be removed with cleaning.
27. Want the look of a swanky hotel bathroom or spa? Try these stainless-steel and glass soap dispensers that look expensive but are actually quite reasonably priced. The uniform look will make your showering experience feel so fancy.
28. Get a bathroom floor cabinet that's designed with two discreet shelves perfect for hiding away extra toilet paper, air fresheners, cleaning supplies...whatever!
29. Or if you're really only looking for a way to store extra toilet paper, try a minimalist canister made specifically to hold up to three extra rolls.
30. Bathroom cleaning products can be big and bulky, which mean they take up a lot of storage space. Instead, try a bottle of all-natural aromatic cleaner that's pretty enough to keep on your countertop. With notes of geranium, rose, and neroli, this cleaner is as much a room spray as it is a cleaner.
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