A harmonious bathroom is a must for all happy couples.
Go neutral on the decor.
Nothing is pleasant about waking up and walking into a bright-colored bathroom. So, avoid painting the walls a headache-inducing color. Bright bathroom accessories may seem like a great idea, but neutral-toned textiles show less wear and tear from frequent washing. It also makes stain removal simpler. There’s no reason to duke it out over a bathroom design that’s too feminine or too masculine. The bathroom is a shared adult space where minimalism is essential.
Have bathing space for two.
Ideally, the perfect bathroom has two sinks, a shower, and a separate bath. If that’s your living situation, congrats! Two sinks are an excellent idea for couples that can afford to remodel. If your shower and bath aren’t separate, add a second shower head so you and your significant other can get ready in the morning.
Stop using bar soap
Sharing a soap bar is not a great way to kill germs but an easy way to spread them. It’s a known fact that bacteria can multiply on a soap bar surface. Soap bars are gross, leaving dried, soapy messes in the shower and over the counter. Tubes and liquid dispensers of bathroom soaps are infinitely preferable for a shared bathroom.
Get those toothbrushes under control.
Sharing a toothbrush is not cute or romantic; it’s downright unhygienic. Not only do you and your significant other need your toothbrushes, but you also need your toothbrush containers. The last thing any couple needs is cross-contamination of mouth germs.
Have a sealable makeup container.
Ladies, don’t drive your significant other crazy with a mess of makeup. Shadows, powders, glosses, and polishes can be a massive mess if stored improperly. Sealable containers are best if something leaks or spills. They also speed up your morning routine; take it out, unzip to get ready, and then zip it back up when you’re done. A makeup container will prevent silly fights over counter space in the bathroom.