Bathrooms need to be functional. So when figuring out how to add zing to our bathroom routine, of course we still want gorgeous color and bold pattern, but we've got practical considerations in mind, too. These are some of our favorite super-functional bathroom items.
Stands up to moisture.
Hinoki benches are used in Japanese bathhouses because they resist rot. They also smell great, and each purchase contributes money to sustaining Hinoki forests in Japan. Designed by Jasper Morrison and Wataru Kumano. Also makes a great Portland porch bench.
The long-lasting, cool-burning LED lights in this pineapple make it a perfect nightlight. It comes in several tropical colors to add cheeky fun to your bathroom.
Two of our favorite sustainable products help you DITCH PLASTIC. This sculptural shampoo bar comes in a recyclable paper wrapping instead of a plastic bottle. And the recycled plastic soap stand makes a perfect landing pad for your new bar soap habit. Ditch the liquid and ditch the plastic.
Lasts and lasts
Even plastic can be sustainable when it's MADE TO LAST (#reduce). You only need to replace your toothbrush when the bristles start to bend over and can't clean your teeth anymore. These bristles last a LONG, LONG, LONG, LONG, LONG, LONG time and the toothbrush feels great in your hand.
Safe and natural
Don't actually feel like getting clean? Boy, do we hear you. Try this uplifting hair perfume in between shampoos. It's all-natural, safe, and locally made from exceptional ingredients. You can also spritz it in the air and wave your mask through the mist for a little aromatherapy. 4 scents, all amazingly good.
We love Hawkins New York's waffle hand towels for their quick-dry texture and reaaaally good colors.