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Be a bathing Beauty! Posted On 04 January 2019

Give some love to your bathroom (as well as yourself) with these quirky finds that’ll leave you longing to spend more time in the tub!

 

Hudson Tiered Caddy

This on-trend three-tier storage caddy is the perfect addition to add a rustic touch to your bathing space. H: 78cm x W: 43cm x D: 30cm.
£90
www.next.co.uk

 

Margo Selby Toilet Brush

An essential for any bathroom, this attractively decorated toilet brush is decorated with an intricate geometric pattern in striking metallic hues. Perfect for adding statement style to a contemporary bathroom.
£30
www.johnlewis.com

 

Giraffe bathroom art

This high quality illustrated print is printed onto white matte paper that is between 160gsm to 300gsm thick. The perfect quirky touch to any bathroom.
£19.00 Prodigy Prints at Etsy
www.etsy.com/uk

 

Next Elephant Toilet Roll Stand – Pewter

Add some animal fun to your bathroom with this unique toilet roll holder.
£22
www.next.co.uk

 

Unicorn Rubber Duck

No bathroom would be complete without a rubber duck. Bling up your offering with this Unicorn Rubber Duck!
£4
www.next.co.uk

 

River Rock Granite Stone Wash Basin

Looking to update your wash basin? This hand carved Mini River Rock Nobu Granite Sink, makes for a fantastic addition to any modern bathroom.
£79.99
https://marble- mosaics.com

 

Modern Bathroom Light Pull

Choose from metallic copper, silver or gold for a stylish bathroom light pull. Ideal for adding a sophisticated touch to any bathroom. Comes complete with the jute rope cord.
£15 by Pushka Home
www.notonthehighstreet.com

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