Must have bathroom styling products
Towels and bath mats are a great way to be a little daring and explore with colours, textures, patterns and prints! It also softens the appearance of hard tiled walls and floors.
Our go-to places for towels and bath mats: Aura home, I love linen, Bed Threads, Saarde, One Fine Sunday.
Perfect to bring some colour and life to your space. Not only are plants great to look at but have a tonne of benefits in your bathroom. Pair with a coloured, patterned, or textured pot to add a nice contrast! Which plants will you choose?
Replace that old cracked cake of soap on the vanity with some luxury soaps to take your bathroom to the next level. Now more than ever we are realising the importance of clean hands (thanks COVID). Grab yourself some heavenly hand soaps that will look great on any vanity.
Our favourites are: Aesop, Saarde, Al.ive, Bondi wash, Leif, Glasshouse, Ena.
If your lacking storage space in your bathroom and want to add a bit of interest, we love adding storage baskets for your towels or toilet rolls! Seagrass baskets are all the rage right now and add lots of warmth and texture to your bathroom. We also love a timber stool next to a freestanding bath for all your bathing essentials. Not only super aesthetic for your space but functional too!
Our go-to’s: Temple & Webster, Freedom, The Block Shop, Zanui, Willow and Beech
Whether it’s a soap dish, a nice vase, pot or a statement ceramic basin. The addition of a ceramic piece in a bathroom can add another textural element to a sometimes flat and bland bathroom space.
Our faves: Mud Australia, Robert Gordon, Marmoset Found, Jones and co
With the addition of a candle or reed diffusers in a bathroom, it will not only make the space smell beautiful but can also be the perfect styling piece for your vanity! Those soothing scents and ambience will turn your space into that sanctuary we all long for.
Brands we love: Glasshouse, Palm Beach Collection, Ecoya, Urban Rituelle, Al.ive.
“ Styling a bathroom doesn’t have to be overthought or complicated. There are a few approaches you can take which can elevate a bathroom in a minimalistic way. Less is more when it comes to the palette of bathroom products such as towels and bath mats. It’s best to stick to one tone or colour which works well against the materials and fixtures in the bathroom. I like to not be afraid of colour, although when it comes to towels and bath mats l always tend to stick to muted tones. I try to keep daily hygiene products tucked away in cabinets to keep the countertops clear and just keeping out a nice hand wash or soap for daily use. I love to use shallow ceramic dishes to hold soap bars and pairing this with a ceramic or glass vase of fresh flowers or foliage always helps to brighten up the space. I love to find delicate stemmed flowers such as flannel flowers to add organic shapes but to also help soften hard finishes.
Adding plants is a nice way to elevate a bathroom and allows you to play around with scale. l always have a play around with pairing plants with different heights and finding unique plants that will thrive in a bathroom environment ” - Tess Thyregod