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Top Tips for Getting Festive in Your Bathroom

Christmas is coming and that means lots of things for different families! One thing it might mean for you, whether this is a good thing or bad thing, is that you’ll be having lots of guests over at your house. Whether it's for festive drinks or having the pesky in-laws stay for several days, this does of course mean people will be using your bathroom.

So if your wet-room is in a less than ideal condition and you are considering renovation, then now may be a good time to invest in a beautiful new bathroom! Whether you choose to refurbish your bathroom or not in time for the festive season, making it look fun and welcoming can be a great idea. Even without guests, adding festive touches can help you spread that Christmassy feeling throughout your whole home; which can be a lot of fun for you and your family.

Christmas Scents

One of the easiest ways to add a festive feel to your bathroom is with scents. It is easy to find candles, air fresheners and Pot-Pourri with smells that remind you of Christmas. These smells include mulled wine, cinnamon and Christmas trees, which can all be used safely in the bathroom. you can check exciting range by Villeroy and Boch bathrooms & Villeroy & Boch ViConnect as well!


While it isn't generally advisable to add new electrical items to the bathroom, if you have a shower with coloured lighting it can be fun to program it to show Christmassy colours like red and green. you may find them at bathroomsdirectyorkshire by Merlyn Showers UK or Keuco Royal Integral. Equally, if you use LED lighting in your bathroom you can replace your normal bulbs with colour changing ones or red ones for festive fun during the Christmas period.


Another easy way to make the bathroom feel more festive is to simply add some Christmas themed house plants. A poinsettia or a decorated fern designed to look like a Christmas tree adds a cute, festive feel to the room without being tacky. You can also consider other natural Christmassy accents like holly and mistletoe.

Of course, if you have kids and are more concerned with the fun side of things than keeping the bathroom looking elegant and sophisticated, there is also the option to put an elf on the bathroom shelf on some of the days leading up to Christmas. Alternatively, you can add other things you are using in the rest of the house, like tinsel around the bathroom mirror!

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