There's no interior design rule that says you need to stay with a single material in your space to create uniformity. In fact, combining various elements of wood, glass and ceramics can give your room a timeless quality that can be open for decorative changes during any season.
Unless you're going for a full-scale remodeling project, you should look at your bathroom as-is to find strategic areas that could use a face lift. If you already have ceramic tile on your walls, keep these decorative additions to a minimum. Instead, consider using wooden towel holders, soap dishes and other bathroom accessories to infuse the space with a natural aesthetic.
Glass is a wonderful way to save space and add visual interest, so start with a glass-top table in the corner of your space to hold magazines, candles and small toiletries. You can also use small glass jars and bottles on your shelving to perk up the look of your storage area.
All in all, the right proportion of these materials is what will help them shine, so experiment to find the right balance. Which common materials work well with one another in a bathroom?
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