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18 Cheap But Expensive-Looking Bathroom Accessories (That You Can Buy on Amazon)

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Because we like obsessing over the little things at the Strategist, we wanted to focus on the bathroom. It might not be where you do your entertaining, but let’s be honest: Everyone loves a good snoop around a bathroom. Whether you’re a bath person or a shower person, you probably spend a lot of time in there, so we’ve rounded up some of the best cheap (but expensive-looking) bathroom accents for adding a decadent touch on a small budget.

Luxspire Vanity Tray

This marble-y tray would be great for meticulously arranging your the Ordinary products — or maybe just for storing your jewelry while you jump in the shower.

KECKU Kela Cosmetics Bin

Even if your bathroom isn’t decked out in millennial pink tones, this bin would be a nice touch.

Gobam Shower Mat

Our U.S. colleagues love the fancy-spa feel of a bamboo bath mat — a way nicer option than the bobbly, foisty cotton ones.

Muji Organic Cotton Bath Towel

This bath towel from Muji looks decidedly plush and decadent.

Maidenhair Fern

Ferns love humid, damp conditions, so introducing one to your bathroom is practically matchmaking.

Sass and Belle Mini Iska Cement Planter

And for a pot, consider a sturdy, concrete planter that looks like something from a fancy spa.

Bay and Rosemary Scented Tin Candle

A tin candle with a pleasingly herbal scent.

Aifusi Hanging Mirror

The chains on this hanging mirror are a nice accent.

Compagnie de Provence Black Jasmine Liquid Marseille Soap

While Aesop might be the status soap du jour, there are plenty of good alternatives on Amazon. We like this black jasmine soap from French company Compagnie de Provence, who follow a traditional method of making it in a cauldron using vegetable oils.

Ropto Soap Dish (set of 3)

And to avoid grimey soap stains on your surfaces, get a soap tray with a little spout that makes for easier cleaning. This set of three look like something you’d find in Goodhood.

Yamazaki home Tower Leaning Ladder Rack

We featured this wall-ladder on the Strategist as a great bit of décor for your bedroom, but it would be a great piece for your bathroom towels, too.

Yoassi Bamboo Stool

This bamboo shower stool could also be used to stash towels.

Geometric Shower Curtain

It’s totally normal not to think of “expensive-looking” when you think of shower curtains, but this geometric design is pretty nice.

SODUKU Floating Shelves

These floating shelves, which come in a set of two, would look great filled with an assortment of plants.

Mason Jar Soap Dispenser

Even your regular soap will feel fancy in this vintage soap dispenser.

Toothpaste Squeezer

We love a useful contraption, and this device, designed to wring out every last bit of toothpaste, is a real game-changer.

Marvis Travel Toothpaste Collection

You’ll want a status-y toothpaste, too.

Waffle Bathrobe

The kind of gown you’d happily swipe from a hotel room.

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18 Cheap But Expensive-Looking Bathroom Accessories