Monique Valeris is the founder of Decor Musings, which houses roundups of the most stylish home products out now, highlights of her flea market shopping adventures, interviews with interior design experts, and tons more. Happy decorating!
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Bathrooms are often overlooked when it comes to decorating, but a few simple tips can make all the difference in the space.
1. I never liked the look of shower doors, especially in a small bathroom. Instead, go for a pretty curtain like this one from West Elm (pictured above). Curtains are a super easy way to change the mood in a bathroom.
2. Apothecary jars are a great option for displaying pretty soaps. I like to have a few in different sizes on my bathroom shelf. Pottery Barn carries simple glass jars that work well.
3. It's not a comfy bathroom without a candle or two in the mix. I am forever buying pretty candles and have my eye on this unscented H&M one for just $6.
4. There's nothing better than stepping out of the shower and wrapping yourself in a luxurious towel. Try the Matouk Esperenza towels.
5. And have a little fun with your wastebasket. I'm loving this brushed nickel design from Wayfair.
If you're in need of some super easy decorating pointers to freshen up your home, head on over this way to WorkingMother.com. Nicole Gibbons of So Haute shared some of her top tips with me for the feature. Enjoy, and happy decorating!