Once you've chosen a bathroom suite, use some creativity in selecting color and designs. Do you want florals, stripes, plain or unusual patterns? What type of mood do you wish to set? Dark or bright colors create a cheery atmosphere while soft colors bring about a relaxed mood. Many homeowners choose the cheerful designs and colors for their guest bath and more relaxing colors for their own personal bath. Consider options for flooring and walls carefully, as these will be difficult to change later!
There are several ways to better organize and store all the necessary items of a bath by choosing the right bath accessories for your specific needs. First, just take a look at your bath. The shower, the tub, the counters, and any other storage areas. Decide what needs improvement and you're sure to find new bath accessories to help with the task.
But you say you want a pop of color. Depending on the style of your bath, you can add color in several different ways. It all depends on the style of your bath and the look you want to achieve.
Apart from the finish, you have a choice of shapes, whether it's a straight, D-shaped or a U-shaped rod. Some are ideal for corner showers. Most come with ceiling and wall supports. From the point of view of convenience, the double shower curtain rod may be a great choice. The second rod is used for a liner or for a set of towels. In the latter case, there's less chance of towels getting fusty.
A yellow bath Curtain is a great item to buy because of its color. Yellow has many positive attributes to it like the fact that it is pretty much a gender neutral color. Just about any gender will enjoy the beauty of the color yellow. In addition, yellow is a color that will match just about any typical bathroom color. Since bathrooms tend to have a light-colored setting to them, a yellow curtain will match it perfectly.
There are also several tub toy storage products on the market today. Many of these come with suction cups that I personally have found cumbersome to use. Frog pods and ladybug pods, hammocks, mesh bags, all have suction cups. However, one such tub toy storage solution I have found is a bucket with a handle much like a pitcher that fits over the side of your tub. The bucket also has a hole on the bottom for water to drain. The downside is it could get in the way of other shower users and does not provide much storage room. Though still a useful idea, nonetheless.