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5 amazing fall bathroom decorations to consider

The cozy season is finally here, and that means it’s time to incorporate all the colors and aromas of autumn into your home decor. When you bring out your fall decorations this season, don’t stop at the living room and kitchen — decorate your bathroom too! Whether it’s a large master bathroom or a half-sized powder room, you can incorporate a little seasonal festivity.

Emvency Watercolor Pumpkins Shower Curtain

Featuring multicolored pumpkins in a watercolor style, this shower curtain will bring fall into your bathroom without overwhelming or clashing with your current decor. The muted colors add a little bit of fun, but the style is still elegant enough to fit in a more mature bathroom. While you could certainly put this in the master bathroom, we think it adds a nice touch to the guest bathroom, giving visitors a sense of your personality.

Why we love it:

  • Adds a bit of whimsy
  • Muted colors aren’t overpowering
  • Environmentally friendly material

The Lakeside Collection Pumpkin Bathroom Toothbrush Holder

It may seem like this little pumpkin is too small to be a key part of your bathroom’s design scheme, but these thoughtful little details can make a big impact. This toothbrush holder design adds a rustic touch to your bathroom, and it’s made of ceramic so it will stand up to the daily abuse of the bathroom counter. Add this to your current fall bathroom decor to round out the look, or let it stand solo to add include a touch of autumn spirit.

Why we love it:

  • Offers a rustic feel
  • Small touches like this can stand out
  • Made with ceramic construction.

S-Union Artificial Fall Lighted Maple Tree

Nothing says fall like the cozy warmth of a lamp and the soft glow of orange leaves. The branches and leaves on this 24-inch maple tree are adjustable so you can bend them how you’d like, and the 24 LED bulbs add a softer light to your bathroom so you don’t have to settle for fluorescent overhead lights. The required AA batteries are not included.

Why we love it:

  • Soft lighting is perfect for the bathroom
  • Adds a pop of color
  • Branches are adjustable so you can create your own design

Celebrate Fall Together Fall Leaves Bath Rug

If you’re looking for one fall item for your bathroom or need a finishing touch, this bathroom rug is what you’re missing. This machine-washable cotton rug measures 20 inches by 30 inches so it’s the perfect size to fit in front of the vanity. This item also features a Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex label, meaning the rug has been tested for harmful substances and was deemed harmless for human health. You can have peace of mind that you and your family’s bare skin is safe.

Why we love it:

  • Machine washable
  • Has a Standard 100 by Oeko-Tex label
  • Muted design can work with many bathroom styles

Artoid Mode Fall Towels

Technically these towels are for the kitchen, but they work just as well in the bathroom. The set comes with two black-striped towels and two white towels, all with different seasonal sayings on them like “hello FALL” and “Autumn Flower.” Each towel in this set of four measures 18 inches by 28 inches and is made of durable and soft materials. They’re also highly absorbent, making them perfect hand towels for the bathroom.

Why we love it:

  • Features a black-and-white design scheme
  • Can be used in both the bathroom or the kitchen
  • Highly absorbent

Whether you’re a fall decorating pro or a casual designer, adding a few new pieces to your home’s design is always fun. Since many people focus on remodeling the primary entertaining areas like the kitchen, living room, and entryway, the bathrooms often miss out on the festivities. There is no reason that your bathroom can’t join in on the fall fun too, and any of the five items above will help you get it started.

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