Sunday, 19 July 2015

A Bella Bathroom Wishlist

We currently live in a rented house as we will not be in a position to buy our own home until I am back at work full time once Jacob starts school, which is a good few years away. Renting is okay but one of the downsides is that I can not make major changes that I would like to make to our home such as a new bathroom suite, as we could really do with a more family-friendly bathroom now we have three children. 

However, I have been looking online at ways that I can update our bathroom without having to replace the whole suite and I have decided that I am going to paint the wall's a light grey colour to make it nice and relaxing. I am also going to update all the accessories that we have which will hopefully give the room a whole new lease of life and which we will be able to take with us when the time comes to move into our forever home. 

I have been looking online on the Bella Bathrooms website for some inspiration on ways to transform the bathroom into a room suitable for the whole family. I want somewhere that is relaxing for me as I do like to enjoy a good bubble bath to unwind at the end of the day. It also has to be practical for a family with a teen a toddler and a baby. 

bathroom mirror

One product that has really caught my eye and that I know will make a great focal point of the room and give a slight luxurious edge is a LED Back-lit mirror like this Natalia one from Bella Bathrooms. It looks sleek and modern and would look great over the sink and be perfect for when my other half is shaving or when the teen wants to apply her make-up. Hopefully, it will entice the toddler into standing in front of it to brush her teeth too, or maybe that is just wishful thinking. 

I also came across some other lovely handy little accessories on the Bella Bathroom website which would make the bathroom practical and family friendly. I picked an Ultra Chrome Magnetic Towel Rail as it is great for space saving in small bathrooms like ours, and it can hold more than one towel. This will hopefully encourage the members of my family to hang towels up after use instead of just leaving wet towels all over the bathroom floor for me to pick up. I also love the look of this Croydex Compact 3 Tier Bathroom shelving unit, as my children seem to have so many toiletries between them and I hate clutter and bottles and potions around the bath as little hands grab them and empty them into the bath. So this would be great for tidying them all away and keeping them out of little ones reach.

bathroom wishlist

I also need a new bathroom bin as I am sick of finding empty toilet roll holders scattered around the bathroom, I think I am the only person in the house who picks them up. So this Cryodex 5 Litre Soft Close Pedal Bin will be ideal as it can hold more rubbish then our normal bin and I love the sleek chrome design. Having a baby and a toddler means that we have to have a bath mat to prevent them from slipping over whilst in the bath and the one we have could do with getting replaced. They would love this cute duck patterned Croydex Bobbing Along Phthalate Free PVC Bath Mat. And I would finish off the look with a one of these rather stylish looking Croydex Euro Soap Dispenser Trio as we have three different hand washes in the bathroom, one that I like, a sensitive one for Chloe and children one for my little two. This soap dispenser would look great on the wall and free up my bathroom sink from all the hand washes that are perched on it at present. 

I think all these items would update the look of our bathroom and make it less cluttered and more stylish and practical. I would also buy some new fluffy towels and add some of my Yankee candles and then it would be the perfect place to relax and enjoy a bubble bath at the end of a busy day.

What would be on your bathroom wish list? I would love to know as I am always on the lookout for interiors inspiration. 

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