City HomesContemporary Bathroom, Toronto
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5. Replace your threadbare bath matWhile bath mats are used to add visual appeal to a bathroom, they serve an important practical purpose, too. Not only do they soak up puddles from the shower and stop wet footprints from slicking up your tiles (which can make your floor slippery and hazardous), but they also provide a cosy and warm surface that cushions your feet when you step out of the shower, unlike cold, hard, shiver-inducing floor tiles. But a bath mat can’t do its job and make your bathroom safer, easier to clean and more comfortable if it’s threadbare and not up to the task. When searching for your perfect bath mat match, look for a rug that’s plush and super absorbent (such as a shaggy deep-pile mat), has a slip-resistant back and is easy to clean. You might also like to consider choosing a mat in a dark hue, as it will be more forgiving when it comes to dirty foot prints and other marks.