Today we’re sharing 30 on-trend, affordable shower accessories from Amazon and Target…
Ever feel like on-trend, stylish (but affordable) bathroom accessories, especially shower accessories are a little difficult to find? I do.
We just wrapped up our master bathroom renovation (thank you, Jesus). If you haven’t checked out the full reveal, would love to hear what you think (click here for the reveal).
After spending so much time and energy on the bathroom renovation…
And the MARATHON DIY tiling job for the rad shower enclosure, I didn’t want to junk it up with my razor, cheap shampoo bottles, body wash container, etc.
They just weren’t giving me that zen, spa-like feeling I wanted considering how much time and energy went into creating the overall space.
So I went on a mission to find affordable, but also stylish, on-trend bathroom and shower accessories.
And like EVERYTHING else that I purchase, I was going to do my absolute best to buy all of these bathroom accessories ONLINE. Because:
a. who has time to run from store to store walking down aisle after aisle only to find nothing that you went in for, and EVERYTHING you did NOT go in for.
b. I had already tried a.
I was looking for all the usual bathroom paraphernalia…soap dispenser, toothbrush holder, tumbler, towels, etc. But the things I was MOST anxious to find were the shower accessories.
Shower Accessories Like:
- nice-looking plastic (because glass sounds scary in a shower) bottles for shampoo, conditioner, and body wash
- a soap dish (because Dave’s not into body wash)
- a squeegee thing
- something waterproof with drainage that I could hide face wash and razors in
And I’m HAPPY to say I found EVERYTHING I wanted at Amazon and Target.
And now, Here’s the collection…
of really great, many classic, many trendy affordable bathroom accessories and shower accessories that I put together from just TWO places…Amazon and Target!
Click on any of the images of the items to go directly to the product page at either Target or Amazon.
30+ beautiful, on-trend shower accessories (and bathroom accessories) ALL from Amazon or Target:
They are from Amazon. Truth be told, I think the ones I got are totally overpriced. I knew they were plastic, and that’s what I wanted…but after I took them out of the packaging, I kind of felt like “womp, womp”…
To me, it looked like the vendor walked into the Dollar Tree, picked out a couple of plastic bottles, slapped a label on it, then upsold suckers like me for waaay too much money.
That said, they are attractive, so I need to decide whether to keep them and just try and forget how much they cost, or return them and try another kind, or even make some myself.
This is pathetic, but I spent literally 45 minutes on Amazon reading product reviews before I settled on the squeegee you see above. I didn’t want one that needed holes drilled into my beloved, new marble tile.
But so many of the suction cup thingies don’t work, so I didn’t want to get one that kept falling off.
I finally settled on this one, and so far so good! It’s been about a week, and so far, no crashes to report.
**Sad Squeegee Update…
Last night….crash. Squeegee down. I repeat…squeegee down. So I’ll be on the hunt yet again. If you have a squeegee that hangs without screws in your shower, PLEASE let me know about it.
I’m in the squeegee market (sidenote: I find the word “squeegee” quite fun to say).
The Turkish-style hand towels were also from Amazon, and I’m in love with them. They are soft, gorgeous, and exactly what I was looking for. Would definitely recommend those.
Last, but not least…
and definitely, my favorite item is this little rectangular, ceramic dish you see below in the shower niche…
Guess what that is? It’s a tiny planter!!
And it’s the PERFECT size for holding razors and my face soap! I was looking high and low for something that was the right size that would conceal those items, but not get nasty and mildewy.
This succulent planter is exactly what I needed. It even has a drainage hole on the bottom! I was (and still am) pumped about that little dish. Sometimes it’s the little things, you know?
All in, I spent under $100 for all the shower accessories. And considering how much time, effort, and $ went into the entire room, $100 felt like a major bargain.
I hope you’ve found some on-trend, affordable bathroom accessories and shower accessories for your own home!
If you’re on the hunt for more budget-friendly home decorating ideas, or DIY projects to try, make sure to check out these articles, too!
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