Thanks to the rubber duck the bathroom has always been a place whereby it is acceptable to add quirky and fun additions. Of course the rubber duck was primarily introduced as a toy for children whilst in the bath. Nevertheless, it has taken on a symbolic nature and many bathrooms around the world use the amusing toy as a decoration. There have since been adaptions of the toy in forms of ornaments and bathroom furniture designs.
As time has moved on, we have been embracing other unusual concepts into our bathroom as well. For instance, there is the trend for using public restroom signs in our private bathroom.The possibilities are vast and if you want to add some fun and quirkiness into your bathroom, then take a look at the following five accessories…
London Underground Shower Curtain
What better time to plan your next tube journey than when you are in the bath or the shower? You can mark out how you are going to get to the O2 Arena to watch your favourite musician or you can decipher your route to Oxford Street for a bit of shopping. The London Underground system is iconic and this is certainly one of the most unique bathroom accessories you will find. You can purchase this shower curtain for £35.00 from Bouf.
Toilet Paper Sticker
This wall sticker embodies everything that is fun, quirky, and different. We’ve all been there; you pull a piece of toilet roll and the whole thing seems to unravel. It’s extremely annoying. Yet this wall sticker sees the humorous side of things. Not only this, but the bright pink pop of colour adds liveliness and energy to the room too. If you are a fan then head to Made in Design where you will pay £43.30 for this quirky product.
Laundry Room Fluff & Fold Service Sign
Vintage signs are soaring in popularity with regards to bathroom interior. They present you with the ideal way to add personality and character to your bathroom; something which is usually difficult to do. The great thing about this sign in particular is that you can choose between different colours and fitting options.
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