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Must-Have Accessories for your Bathroom



Bathroom accessories are more than just decorative pieces. They serve as functional items that lie at the foundation of a well-rounded vintage style bathroom.

When completing your next overhaul of your master bath, be sure to include these bars, hooks and racks on your list as well.
These accessories must serve dual purposes. While some need to be durable to last until your next remodel, each also should contribute to the overall style of the room.

Towel bars

These horizontal units are available in a variety of lengths and finishes. Two popular sizes are 24-inch and 18-inch bars. For quality fabrication, be sure it’s made from solid brass. Then you can choose from a number of finishes. Many styles come in pewter, chrome, champagne
bronze, stainless steel and oil-rubbed bronze.

Dual bar – If your bathroom gets a high amount of traffic, consider a dual bar. Just as it sounds, it has two horizontal rods perfect for multiple towels.

Racks – Even if you have ample bars in your bathroom, it is good to also have a towel rack on hand. These models sit on the floor to provide extra surface area to hang towels and air-dry clothing. These racks also come in handy in laundry rooms. Some units fold up for easy storage, while others have curved or vertical shapes.

Rings – Not sure where to hang your hand towels? Install a few rings. These can be placed near the vanity for easy access after washing your hands. Towel rings are also available in a variety of finishes. Some models have two-tone colors for a twist on more common designs.

Bath caddies

Showers are often outfitted with caddies that hang from the shower head. However, vintage tubs like pedestal and clawfoot models also have their own style. You can lay these caddies over the tub to hold your soap and sponge.

View the Edenscape Collection video (Towel Racks and Shower Rods) by clicking HERE.