The right accessories can make a room look just right, whether you’re changing up your existing bathroom design or finishing off a remodel. Here are some of the most intriguing bathroom soap dispensers on the market.
1. Look, no hands!
You can’t go wrong with the Original HAYDEN® Premium Automatic Touchless Soap Dispenser, powered by a smart motion infrared sensor. It’s the perfect caddy to your touch free bathroom faucet.
One thing that’s great about the HAYDEN® compared to other models is that this dispenser works with any brand of liquid soap. It also features a convenient setting that adjusts how much soap is dispensed.
If you’ve got little ones at home, consider picking up a second dispenser for hand sanitizer to keep those winter colds at bay.
2. All that glitters
Manufactured in Spain by Windisch, this elegant piece is crafted with 100 percent Swarovski crystal and solid brass. Available with a striking gold finish, this dispenser screams “class.”
It’ll set you back more than your standard pump bottle, but it’s worth the price.
3. For old school bar users
Bar soap aficionados are often left out when it comes to innovative bathroom accessories, but if you’re a fan of plain old soap, you’re going to love the Idea Works Waterfall Soap Saver. It’s the only soap dish that prevents your bar from sitting in a pool of water without making a mess.
4. Retro style
The GG Collection Hammered Copper Soap Dispenser is an excellent choice for homeowners with vintage styled bathroom fixtures. It’s also available in a silver finish.For the eco-friendly home
Crate & Barrel sells a surprisingly affordable line of bamboo soap dispensers and matching bathroom accessories. They’re perfect for any modern themed bathroom, particularly one already featuring wood highlights or live plants.
5. Artsy and unique
From soap dispensers fashioned out of old whisky bottles to one-of-a-kind ceramics, hand painted artisan pieces and more, there’s a world of creativity available on Etsy. If you’ve never browsed their site, it’s a great place to find unique items that aren’t available anywhere else.
Part of what makes Etsy great is that instead of buying from a mega corporation, you’re supporting the very craftspeople who make all this incredible stuff.