Published on January 11, 2019

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The bathroom is a place for ordinary, unremarkable rituals: You shower, brush your teeth, wash your face, and go on your way. It’s easy for the room to feel like a place where function stands high over form, but that doesn’t mean a few extra touches can’t make it feel extra special. West Elm’s new bathroom collection, Water Street, transforms a boring space into an in-house spa.

With a range of soft, organic towels in a selection of muted shades (and one poppy yellow hue dubbed “Dark Horseradish”), vanity accessories in marble, brass, and porcelain, and pretty, elevated hardware, the 140-product collection includes styles that range from mid-century to contemporary. Everything, though, prioritizes comfort and style above all to create a totally relaxing environment.

It’s really the details that make this collection feel luxurious. A pair of cushy white slippers, when donned along with a matching robe, virtually transport the wearer to a five-star spa, and sleek marble canisters provide an easy solution for stowing bathroom necessities like cotton balls and personal care products.

The beauty’s in the details, and when it comes to the bathroom, the little things make the greatest difference—you might even be inspired to floss.

Fluffy yellow towels are just the thing to make you feel invigorated.

Want to feel like you’re staying in a high-end hotel? Opt for these textured towels.

With its simple line work design, this shower curtain is mesmerizing.

Want to feel like you’re walking on a cloud? These slippers are just the thing.

Not too heavy and not too lightweight, this all-season robe is a bathtime staple.

A simple rose-colored bath mat can transform anyone into an optimist.

Get ready with a mirror that will never go out of style.

Organic textures give this collection a subtly rustic appeal.

For a minimalist, simple gray accessories make for the perfect sinkside tableau.

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