Friday, February 3, 2012

Bathroom accessories to consider for first-time renters

As a first-time renter in the big city, unless you're making the big bucks, you're probably going to have to live in some cramped places as you start your career. The bathroom can be a particularly tiny space, but there are more than a few bathroom accessories you can use that can show off your decorative flair.

There are a few additions you can make to your current washroom that could potentially find their way into your new home when your lease is up. If there's a lack of storage in your space, consider adding a linen cabinet. This will help to keep toiletries, towels and wash cloths out of view and give your space an aesthetic boost.

On top of your bathroom vanity, you can add attractive accessories like soap dishes and toothbrush holders to unify the look of your decorative scheme. Finally, place a few towel rings on the back of your door - this will help save space and make room for additional artwork or photographs on your walls.

Even in your first apartment, there are plenty of decorative additions that will make it look like you designed the place from the ground-up. What bathroom accessories do you suggest for those moving into their first apartment?