for all your toiletries, put the excess in toiletry baskets and store them out of sight.

• Accessorize for a better look. Once your bathroom is free of clutter and your personal hygiene products, enhance the whole look with a few well-chosen accessories. Use items such as scented candles in varying heights, fragrant soaps, bath oils, natural loofahs, a basket of tightly rolled washcloths, or even a good book. Choose accessories in soft colors and keep things simple, so it doesn’t create a cluttered look. Candles create a layer of warmth, elegance, luxury, and tranquility. If you’ve got the space, you can go one step further by putting in a stool or ottoman beside the bathtub. This is both functional and stylish, and will give your bathroom the ultimate private suite look. • Add fresh flowers. Flowers and plants add a nice touch to any room and the same goes for bathrooms. Add color and texture to your bathrooms with your favorite flowers. It doesn’t have to be a bouquet, especially if the bathroom is small. A single stem or a small planter will enliven the bathroom. • Upgrade where necessary. Although you don’t need to spend a lot of money to stage your bathroom, there might be things that you might consider replacing. Small, inexpensive upgrades can have a big impact on the total look of your bathroom — repainting your walls, for instance. You can only pull off the “spa look” if the walls look good. If your bathroom is wallpapered, it’s likely that the wallpaper is peeling — so remove it, and paint instead.


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