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- 1 1. Simplehuman Rechargeable Liquid Sensor Pump, $80
- 2 2. Simplehuman 4.5-Liter Round Step Can, $35
- 3 3. Copco Non-Skid Pantry Cabinet Lazy Susan (9-Inch), $6.81 (Orig. $7.91)
- 4 4. Vitruvi Stone Diffuser, $123
- 5 5. Sellemer Toilet Brush and Holder Set, $14.99 (Orig. $16.99)
- 6 6. TUSHY Classic 3.0 Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment, $99
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If you have a tiny bathroom, you know firsthand the struggles of constantly trying to find ways to make it look and feel larger and more expensive. What’s encouraging to know is there are ways to upgrade any small bathroom instantly — and it doesn’t take a lot of money or effort.
These six products have instantly helped me turn my tiny bathroom into a spa-like sanctuary that’s both comfortable and inviting.
From a rechargeable, touch-free liquid soap sensor pump and a $7 Lazy Susan to a beautiful essential oil diffuser and an easy-to-install bidet attachment, these six picks will upgrade your small bathroom without much effort.
Check out each pick in more detail below.
1. Simplehuman Rechargeable Liquid Sensor Pump, $80
If you’re like me and think that touching a soap pump defeats the entire purpose of cleaning your hands, then you’ll love this rechargeable liquid hand soap sensor pump from Simplehuman. This lets you completely keep any cross-contamination at bay and looks sleek and luxe on any bathroom vanity or counter — no matter how big or small.
Simplehuman believes that touch-free is the most efficient way to wash your hands. The brand made this clog-proof tubing pump to help you keep germs and smudges behind while using just the right amount of soap and remaining sustainable.
Depending on how far you place your hands below the pump, you’ll dispense more or less soap. With this product, you won’t have to purchase individual hand soap bottles anymore. Just buy Simplehuman’s recyclable hand soap refill pouches or any refill brand of your choice.
2. Simplehuman 4.5-Liter Round Step Can, $35
Simplehuman is arguably best known for its step cans, and this small, round option in the brand’s new matte black and steel colorway is the perfect pick for small bathrooms. If you want to give your bathroom a sophisticated and luxurious touch without spending too much, this step can is the perfect investment.
The compact can features a durable steel pedal and a smooth, silent-close lid. It also has a removable inner bucket that makes for easy trash disposal. The can also comes with liners that don’t bunch or slip. I absolutely love this step can because it fits perfectly in the little corner of my bathroom without taking up any extra space.
If matte black doesn’t fit your decor, choose from seven other colors and finishes, including brass, brushed stainless steel, dark bronze, rose gold and more.
3. Copco Non-Skid Pantry Cabinet Lazy Susan (9-Inch), $6.81 (Orig. $7.91)
Having all of your skin care products scattered messily across your bathroom counter is a major eyesore. Also, it makes it even more difficult for you to find what you need. To fix this issue and make things more organized and compact, I bought this $7 non-skid 9-inch Lazy Susan.
I’ve placed it right beside my sink, and whenever I need my cleanser, facial mist, hand cream and more, I just spin the turntable and grab what I need. It comes in 19 different colors and is super easy to clean.
4. Vitruvi Stone Diffuser, $123
This one’s a bit pricey, but it’s also one of the most worthwhile investments I’ve ever made. Prior to snagging this Vitruvi Essential Oil Diffuser, I used Glade Plug-Ins and ran through so many that I decided there had to be another way to fragrance my bathroom in a more sustainable and concentrated way.
Unlike plug-ins that emit synthetic fragrance blends in the air — many of which wear off in days — essential oil diffusers set off a fragranced mist of 100% natural essential oil blends that smell much better and serve as aromatherapy. Doctors even recommend opting for essential oil diffusers over plug-ins, especially if you’re allergy-prone.
I have the eucalyptus Vitruvi Essential Oil Diffuser, and it looks like a piece of art. Its matte ceramic cover and sculptural silhouette give it an elegant heft that guests always compliment. Also, I’ve been using the brand’s new Signature Kit, which features its first-ever signature blend of essential oils. My favorite is Legacy, which features notes of rose, bergamot, frankincense and cedarwood. Be sure to check this one out. It’s strong in the best way and keeps your bathroom smelling like a high-end hotel spa for hours on end.
5. Sellemer Toilet Brush and Holder Set, $14.99 (Orig. $16.99)
It’s hard to make a toilet brush look elegant and concealed, so when I found the Sellemer Toilet Brush and Holder Set, I snatched it up without hesitation.
Unlike standard toilet brushes, this one has silicone bristles that make it easier to clean and less likely for bacteria to grow and fester. The silicone bristles also make it easier to entangle hair and provide stronger friction, meaning you’ll spend less time and strength cleaning your toilet.
What I love most about this toilet brush and holder is that it’s flat and comes with easy grips on the back that attach to the tiled bathroom wall beside your toilet. This keeps it out of the way and frees up space on your bathroom floor, giving the illusion that your small bathroom is bigger. It also looks elegant and like an understated wall installation rather than a traditional toilet bowl brush and holder.
6. TUSHY Classic 3.0 Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment, $99
Last up is the best-selling TUSHY Classic 3.0 bidet attachment. You’ve likely heard about this, and I’m here to say it’s worth all the hype — and then some.
This affordable and easy-to-use bidet attachment has so many benefits. It’s compact, extremely easy to install (it took me 10 minutes max), helps save money on toilet paper and isn’t an eyesore like so many other types and brands.
To use it, simply turn the dial for your desired water pressure, and you’re done. You’ll use this every day and wonder why you didn’t buy it sooner.
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