Luxurious Bathroom Amenities

At S. B. Long Interiors, we’ve had great bath design on our minds. Not only is October National Kitchen & Bath Month, but also we’ve been tasked to design 6 magnificent bathrooms at a client’s home. Needless to say, homeowners are loving luxurious bathroom amenities lately, and there are some fabulous options on the market that we’ve come across. Take a look at these innovative products, and imagine the possibilities for your home!

Heated towel racks like this one from Amba offer the pleasure of a warm towel while keeping mustiness at bay.

Mirror TVs let you see your reflection and your favorite programs so you can keep up while getting ready in the morning or relaxing in the bath after a long day. Humidity doesn’t inhibit this Loft™ Mirror TV from Electric Mirror, which also has a waterproof remote.

If you hate having clutter on the counter, you’ll love Robern’s vanity accessories, which include drawers that contain outlets on the inside, as well as specific spots to stow away the blow dryer, makeup and other odds and ends. Storage is a luxury in itself, but these options take it to new heights!

Robern also carries cabinets with luxe features including defoggers for mirrors and cold storage for face cream and beverages.

Which of these amenities would you include in your dream bathroom design?

Images: 1 via ambatowelwarmers.com; 2 via electricmirror.com; 3-5 via robern.com

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