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How to Choose the Right Bath Accessories

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There's nothing worse after a nice hot bath or shower than to 
suffer the consequences of not having a fresh towel on a nearby 
towel rack waiting for you. Or worse...

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How to Choose the Right Bath Accessories
Copyright © 2006 Ted Roberson
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There's nothing worse after a nice hot bath or shower than to 
suffer the consequences of not having a fresh towel on a nearby 
towel rack waiting for you. Or worse, to have to venture dripping 
wet, out of the bathroom and into your bedroom closet in order to 
find something with which to dry and then robe yourself. The wall 
cabinet with towel holder is an absolute savior!

Having a bathroom tastefully decorated can contribute generously 
to your general health and well being. After all, the bathroom 
is where you are mind and soul with yourself. 

It's exhilarating to unwind from the day with the gentle aromas 
of essential oils wafting from fragrancers while you use 
complementary scented massage oils available off your bathroom 
counters to soothe yourself into a bit of well-deserved 
attention. The bubbling of water in your tub can never be more 
inviting than when strewn with dried or fresh flower petals or 
when accentuated by colored soap beads. Pamper yourself from time 
to time with these accessories and you will begin to see a new 

Get your towels and other bathroom accessories color-coordinated 
to brighten your mood. Get ambitious and spring into action with 
blended reds and oranges or pinks, highlighted with greens. 
Summer could be the perfect time for youthful yellows. Matching 
soap dispensers, soap dishes, toothbrush holders, and tissue 
boxes lend charm to any bathroom. 

Have a few bath sets on hand with themes to go with the months or 
seasons. For example, you could have a portable magnolia bathroom 
shelf for the spring, a redecorated autumn-leaf one for the 
months of August and September, and then you could change it to a 
holly and mistletoe one for the winter. Coordinate the colors of 
your bath curtains, towels, hand towels and around-the-washbasin 
items, candles, and magazine racks to match the colors of your 

A word about magazine racks--they give your bathroom that 
studious look. There you go--you can find time to read or browse 
or study or douse yourself in the literary world. 

And when you choose a toothbrush holder, get one that's easy to 
clean. That's one item that definitely should not be harboring 

If you do not have a shower massager, consider one for the next 
time you take a bath. That's another guaranteed way to ease away 
the tensions of the day. To make things easier, you could get a 
shower mirror--yes, the one that doesn't steam up. That's a boon 
for the shaving man. They're out there now--shower mirrors. They 
might even come up with shower TVs so you can get informed before 
you get on the go. 

The next time you take a bath, use more accessories, and make it 
a splash!

Ted Roberson has been actively marketing on the internet sharing 
advice on home decor and family gift giving ideas. Visit our 
online store TMGallery Unique Gifts and Home Decor were you will 
find a full range of home decor items and garden accessories to 
choose from. We are strongly committed to providing our customers 
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