Most Creative Restroom Accessories


18. Anti-Slip Banana Peels

Your restroom is no place for slapstick slip-and-fall routines. To ensure a sure-footed shower, peel these bananas and apply them to the floor of your bathtub or shower stall. Turns out, bananas are good for your health. Three life-size stickers in each peggable package. Designed by our clever friends Ivan Duval and Jean-Sebastien Ides of Atypyk Paris.  Buy here at $6.


17. Magnetic Soap Holder

Magnet Soap Holder
Eliminate that ugly, messy soap jelly and buy a magnetic soap holder at $16.99. This looks as if the soap is actually floating in mid air, providing a futuristic look. Using these magnetic soap holders makes the soap last longer. You could rather go for liquid soap to do away with the bar and the mess that goes with it. But where is the fun in that? These soap holders look interesting and definitely provide a sense of sophistication to your bathroom.


16. Toothpaste Squeezer

Are you one of those people who flies into a frothing rage if a guest (gasp!) squeezes the toothpaste in the middle? Do you lay the almost empty tube on the side of the sink and gently push the last of the minty gloop towards the opening, or even slice the tube open and scrub your toothbrush onto the newly-bared interior to mop up the last of the precious fluids? Then you need Toothpaste Squeezer. This wall-mountable guy, a little plastic device that winds and compresses the tube evenly, allowis for maximum usage of each tube. The design comes in four different colors. Buy here at $4.39.


15. Stuck Bath Plug

Having a bath can be such a relaxing treat when you’re in the mood, but let’s face it, once you’ve sat there stewing for a few minutes and the water’s started to go a bit cold, the whole experience can become boring. Unless that is, you’re the proud owner of what must be the coolest damn bath plug on earth. Stuck will fit any plug, anywhere and is quiet simply, very cool. No fish were harmed in the making of this product. Stuck Bath Plug measures 9cm from plug to fishy tail.


14. The High Tech Toilet Seat

japanese toilet
You hit the noisemaker button that makes a flushing sound to mask any noise you might be making in the john. You hit the button that starts the blow-dryer for your bottom. Then you hit the bidet button and watched helplessly as a little plastic arm, sort of a squirt gun shaped like a toothbrush, appeared from the back of the bowl and began shooting a stream of warm water to wash your butt. Yes this is the high tech Japanese toilet. If you need one, get one here at $400.


13. Bath Crayons

Are you artistic during bath too? This set of six multicoloured bath crayons can be used safely to decorate the sides of a bath tub with your own messages, games or works of art. Each crayon slides into its plastic case for clean storage and crayon marks can be washed off bathtub surfaces after use. Note: although bath crayons will wash off most fabrics, it is recommended that the crayons are only used on the bathtub.


12. Bubble Scrubber

Bubble Scrubber
Introducing Bubble Scrubber, the bathing brush with an anatomically correct bubble wand hidden right inside the bristles. And, as everybody knows: bubble wand + washing up liquid + water = Bubble City.


11. Goatee Saver

If you want to have the perfect goatee? Catch the GoateeSaver at$20. You just chomp on this bit and then you can shave around it for perfect results every time. And you adjust three rollers’s width, flawlessly conforming to your face, and also to your notion of what a real goatee looks like. Inventor by Scott Bonge. A Hannibal Lecter-looking device. A clever kit for men those want to have the goatee.


10. Motion Activated Toilet Light

An innovative solution to finding your way to the loo at night. It’s called the Lav Nav. Short for Lavatory Navigator. The Lav Nav turns on when you approach in the dark, and turns off after you leave, shining with gentle yet sufficient light where you need it, when you need it. The Lav Nav makes the toilet easy to find without blinding yourself with light in the middle of the night. Bathroom lights can be painfully bright in the middle of the night. So why switch them on? Perfect for those nights where you are staggering around trying to find the loo. The Lav Nav incorporates a nightlight, visual targeting system, and Put-The-Seat-Down reminder technology. The Lav Nav uses a red or green light to cleverly show the position of the seat. A red light means the loo seat is up, green means it’s down. It’s bright, fun and very useful!


9. Swipe

Is your bathroom mirror steamed up again? Just give it a Swipe! This handy little razor has a squeegee instead of a blade, so swipe it across your misty mirror so now you can do your dirty work with clear vision. Stick it up when you’re done – it comes with a strong double suction cup that’ll cling to both mirror and tile. Swipe! is packed in a mirror-style peggable, recyclable clear box. Defog your mirror at just $5.95.

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