An Accent Chair for the Bath, Too Make the Bath Better With a Nice Chair, Bench or Stool
Seating in a bathroom might seem like an afterthought, but it can be a very functional part of your room's style. An added chair, bench or stool can warm the place up, double as a small table, and hold linens and other necessities. In a powder room with little counter space, it is a great spot for guests to put their purses or keys. Oh, and if you are in the bathroom with a small child, it gives them a place to sit. Check out these examples:
Chairs create a comforting feel in a room that can feel cold. The rich wood, carved back, and ornate shape of this chair bring warmth to this bathroom and anchors the space.
Near a bath tub, a stool is helpful for holding towels, or a magazine or drink while you are soaking in bubbles. This simple rich angle-legged stool adds character to this bathroom.
Here is another example of a chair anchoring the space. Choose one that makes a nice contrast to an otherwise monochromatic room. The warm red against the green/blue tiles creates interest.
If you have a countertop with open space underneath, add a stool. It can be pulled out to serve as seating or side table.
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This stool turns a floating tabletop into a vanity.
Create a very shiny, glamorous bathroom with glass tiles, a clear acrylic stool with a plush upholstered seat, and a crystal chandelier.
An Asian-style teak stool adds a spa touch to this open shower. Here's a similar one.
A bench turns a bathroom into a spa with an upholstered seat and throw pillows. And if it is a storage bench, it can serve as a linen closet.
A long bench along a wall opposite your sink can be useful for placing slippers or a used towel.