Bring life into the space with plants. Fiddle Leaf Figs are the plant of choice at the moment in interior styling but you could use any indoor plant you like. I also used succulent clippings — placing a flower in a glass water bottle in the wall niche, and planting a clipping in the black dice-shaped tea light candleholder on the vanity. Using just a few branded items, like a hand cream or candle, scattered throughout the room can make the whole space feel more luxe. You may also find affordable options of items that look more expensive, for example the artwork only cost $12 (including the frame!) from The Reject Shop but looks like it would cost much more. Has this post inspired you to give your bathroom an update? Tell us your best bargain secret in the comments below.
Don't buy products online without seeing them in person. Going online is great for researching products and design ideas. But materials and finishes aren't always as they appear on your computer screen. That blue-gray quartz vanity top might be more blue than gray in real life, or the light fixtures that look understated online could overwhelm your actual space. That's why we always recommend visiting a showroom or design center before you buy. While you're there, you may even get the showroom to meet or even beat the online price. Don't forget about storage, running from the shower to grab a towel from the hallway linen closet gets old—and cold—fast. A closet inside the bathroom is ideal, though an armoire or even just a simple chest can handle the essentials. And a medicine cabinet is still the best place for your various health-care and first-aid essentials.
With the traditional mirror dressed up in elegant frame, you might want to move the medicine cabinet out of the way. Find a convenient closet or cabinet to hold necessities. Or hang a mirrored, framed door over the cabinet. Elegant clear or etched frameless glass doors are replacng the traditional shower curtain. But some of the shower stalls or tub areas are draped with luxurious fabrics and trims. Elegant sponged paint or textured wallpaper provide a luxurious background for any art or prints you may decide to hang in the bathroom. Display treasured collectibles on display shelves or on a dressing table. Not many people will be entering your private retreat, so the pieces will be safe there. Even the sightest amount of creativity and imagination can help to change a usually bare, cold space into a luxurious personal retreat. Elegance and luxury are not hard to achieve with all the products available for today's new bathrooms.
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