Our Favourite: Wooden Bathroom Accessories

A bathroom can be transformed by the accessories and little details you add to the room – a houseplant here, a bath mat there.  Wooden and natural materials are perfect for softening the look of bathrooms that might otherwise feel a bit cold or clinical, and I’ve recently been on the look out for wooden bathroom accessories to work with my brother and sister-in-law’s new on-trend grey and white bathroom.

You need to be careful in choosing wooden items for a bathroom as they need to be treated approporiately (otherwise they’ll rot), but if you get it right you can update the look of your room without having to spend money on expensive bathroom rennovations.  They pop up across a wide span of price ranges, so you can take your pick accordng to your budget:

 

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1. Taunus Bath Mat £27.55 |  2. Oak Rope Light Pulls from £6.95   |  3. Iris Hantverk Bath Brush £13  | 4. Lavatory Brush Holder & Brush £23.95

 

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5. Wooden Bath Tidy £45  | 6. 4 Dot clothes rack £85  |  7. Teak Slat Bath Mat £98  | 8. Lav Brush Set £45

 

 

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Hello Sailor! Nautical Bathroom Style On The High Street

Buying your first home is an expensive business.  And by the time you’ve done the essential DIY stuff, there’s not usually much left in the piggy bank for splurging on accessories.

That’s where the high street comes in:  Liz and I are thrifty Yorkshire lasses at heart so we regularly hit up high street stores for home decor stylings.   There are some real finds out there if you stick to clean, simple, classic design, and when Homebase asked us to take a look at their bathroom accessories, we found some bargainous items that happen to look right at home in Liz’s recent blue and white bathroom makeover.

Check out our picks below, or head over to their site to have a gander at the other bathroom accessories in their range.A selection of items from Homebase's bathroom accessory range.

1. Living Extendable Shaving Mirror – Chrome £7.99 2. Nautical Accessories – Dispenser £7.99 3.Ombre Ceramic Tumbler £7.99  4. Fisherman Metal Pendant Light £60  5. Eden Soap Dish £6.99 6. White Decorative Fish £2.99 7. Sesamee 5L Metal Bathroom Bin £10 8. Blue and White Laundry Box £19.99  9. Heart of House 6 Piece Towel Bale Set – Blue and White £29.99 10. Eden Toilet Brush £15.99 11. Mesh Wooden Bath Mat £30

This post was created in collaboration with Homebase

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Our Favourite: Bathroom Accessories

Having recently finished my bathroom i’m now in search of accessories to complete the look. Admittedly searching for loo brushes and soap dishes didn’t strike me as something to get too excited about but there are actually some pretty nice offerings out there.  Here’s what I’ve stumbled upon whilst on my quest to find the perfect toilet trimmings…

You can see more of our favourites over on pinterest

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1. Jute mat £19.50 (£12.50 p&p), 2. Bhavani Bath Rack sale price £31.96 (£2.95 p&p), 3. Enamel Bath Accessories £14.00 – £39.00 (£8 p&p). 4. ISLA BLUES Ceramic Blue patterned porcelain toilet brush £18 (+£4.95 p&p), 5. Gold Turtle Jar £17.99 (Free instore pick up or £9.99 p&p), 6. Baileys Home oak loo roll holder  £16, 7. Bits & Baubles Trinket Dish £20 (£5 p&p), 8. Smoked Glass Cotton Wool Pot £4.50, (Free instore collection), 9. Mr Fox Bath Mat £25 (£3 p&p)

 

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Utility: No Nonsense useful stuff

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Based in Brighton and shipping nationwide, utilitygreatbritain.co.uk pride themselves on stocking useful household items. They have everything you need and everything you weren’t aware you needed but now do. Basic and beautiful is how i’d describe their wares and it’s all packaged together with a great sense of humour, the own brand ‘la-la-la lahverly Lav brush holdahhh’ and spout doily (‘no teapot would be seen dead without one’) are typical of the super simple, super cool items you can expect to be delighted with. My new bathroom is soon to be modelling the bath mat pictured, and I reckon some enamel accessories wouldn’t go amiss either…

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My Bathroom: Before and after

Liz's bathroom improvements

I’ve never been one to spend hours in the bath, or on the loo for that matter, so after we bought the house I was more than happy to push the renovation of the bathroom way down our priority list. Those dark blue tiles weren’t so bad after all.

I could not have been more wrong though, two weeks in and the roof leaked causing a stream of water to flood down the bathroom walls, leaving us with a large smelly damp patch. But it was the feeble dribbling electric shower that was the final straw, I needed more than a few droplets of water to wake me up in a morning.

Thankfully my fairy godmother (aka my lovely Auntie Catherine) came to the rescue and funded my new bathroom, and as you can see it’s quite a transformation. More pictures and details after the cut…

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