Best Bathroom Accessories for the Fall

October 18, 2018

After you’ve renovated your new bathroom, you’ll want to make sure that all of the details are just right. After all, you’ve already invested in the perfect bathroom. Now it’s time to put on the finishing touches. Let’s take a look at some of the best bathroom accessories for fall.

A bathroom sink decorated in fall colors

Good Lighting is Everything

Whether you’ve expanded or simply updated a few features, good lighting is going to be one of the most important elements in your new bathroom. If you use artificial lighting, do your best to think in layers. Combine ambient lighting with some natural and task lighting for a dynamic effect.

Make the Floor Work For You

As the year stretches on, the temperature gets cooler and cooler. This can lead to uncomfortably brisk mornings stepping around your bathroom. Great accessories to have to combat the cold underfoot are heated floors or bath mats. Bath mats don’t have to be cotton-based nightmares either; there are modern bamboo mat options which are very chic.

Bring in Your Aesthetic

The best accessories are the ones offering both form and function. So, as you think about adding things like towel racks and vanity mirrors, try to find the right ones for the job. That is to say you want to find accessories which fit into the overall appearance of the rest of the bathroom. If you have a beach theme going, try to keep the smaller details “beachy”, and so on.

How can you add a fall theme to a beachy bathroom? Refocus your color scheme to have more of the sandy tones. Then, swap out towels for an orange or light red; these will play off the “sun” element of the beach while tying in fall color tones. Lastly, swap out for soaps for a fall-scented and colored variety. This small, subtle change will help play to the sense of smell.

Use Color to Make Your Bathroom Flow

Though your accessories should all be included in the same theme, they can pop in terms of color. For example, if you’re looking for a way to make your bathroom more visually interesting, you may want to combine brightly colored accessories to go with your neutral-colored walls. Gem tones can also breathe new life into your bathroom; they’re timeless.

Call on Bath Doctor for Your New Bathroom

If you’re looking for a complete bathroom remodel, or you’re only looking to update a few features here and there, Bath Doctor can help you. We have a wide variety of styles and colors to meet the needs of anyone looking for something fresh.

To learn more about our services and how we can help you, give us a call at (410) 444-4133. We look forward to transforming your bathroom into an oasis.

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