If you have flipped through the pages of a home décor magazine lately or happened to catch one of the home makeover shows on television then you know bathrooms are a real focus – they are bigger and more well-equipped than ever before and the fancy amenities that used to be found only in upscale hotels and high-end resorts are now standard issue in many new homes. While you may not have the budget for a total makeover featuring double vessel sinks, multiple showerheads, spa tubs and more, there are still plenty of things you can do to modernize your bathroom without breaking the bank.
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Towel warmers are a great example – they are found in all of the better hotels and spas; it’s not all that expensive or difficult to install a towel warmer or heated towel rack in your own home and the cost is far less than the cost of even one night in a fancy resort. There are freestanding towel warmers which require no installation at all; countertop towel warmers are also easy to use. A wall mounted towel warmer may be something you can install on your own, or, depending on the make and model, you may need to call in a professional. Either way, towel warmers pay dividends in comfort and convenience. Warm blankets and baby clothes, dry fine washables and swimwear or enjoy the cozy comfort of a hot fluffy towel after a bath or shower.
Switching out your old towels and replacing them with super-absorbent thick cotton terry cloth towels is a great way to enhance your bathing experience, especially when you invest in some bath sheets too.