Revamping your bathroom doesn't have to be a costly ordeal or a major to-do. Before you even think about ripping out old tile or replacing your vanity cabinet, give your washroom a much-needed refresh by switching out a few decorative accents instead. A simple swap can effectively wake up your space when you're on a budget. So, if you want to completely transform your bathroom — both instantly and affordably — look no further than these nine statement-making decorative accents. And bonus: They all cost less than $30 each.
Add geometric interest to your space with a striking towel holder. This matte black triangular design is equal parts sleek and eye-catching.
If you keep bar soap near your sink, this alluring dish is the way to go. Made from tropical hardwood and resin, it'll look oh-so-chic sitting on top of your bathroom vanity.
An attractive catch-all box made from renewable, biodegradable bamboo fibers is the perfect storage solution for corralling small odds and ends in your bathroom. This modern design is ideal for keeping cotton balls or jewelry concealed, yet easily accessible.
Bring a modern, organic touch to your space by switching out your existing hand towels with this hand-loomed option in Turkish cotton. It's ultra absorbent, quick-drying, lightweight, and packed with personality.
Nothing says modern quite like acrylic. Set this airy tray on your bathroom counter or shelves to keep your assortment of pretty lotions and perfumes in check without weighing down your style.
Made of oak and metal, this minimalist wall hook can hold over 22 pounds' worth of weight, perfect for hanging your bath towel or robe in style.
Wood brings a touch of warmth to any space — even your bathroom. This acacia wastebasket's exposed, black joints give it just the right amount of rustic flair while still looking modern thanks to its smooth shape.
The devil is in the details, and your bathroom is no exception. Replacing your existing toilet paper holder with this decadent black Marquina marble design will instantly make your bathroom look more luxe.
Maryn Liles, a former NYC magazine editor now living in sweet home Alabama, is obsessed with all things home decor. She believes people's spaces should reflect their personalities — which is why you can find lots of hand-painted furniture, sentimental wall art and playful decor accents around her place.