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5 Simple & Affordable Essentials for the Guest Bath

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5 Simple & Affordable Essentials for the Guest Bath

Expecting house guests this summer? The editors of Remodelista have rounded up five bath essentials to make your visitors feel welcome; the whole lot comes in at under $100. Your guests will thank you (and hopefully, they’ll return the invitation).

Above: To slice your own Marseille soap, buy a brick of Savon de Marseille Olive Oil Soap for $9.99 from Amazon.

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10:11AM PDT on Aug 17, 2012

I put out tissues, make-up pads and cotton buds, nice hand soap but my visitors bring their washbag with them as do I when I visit them.

11:29PM PDT on Aug 16, 2012

If I was having people to stay I would not be treating them to $8 toothpaste or washable slippers or a sewing kit. Get real.

11:26AM PDT on Aug 16, 2012


3:50AM PDT on Aug 16, 2012

Thanks for sharing.

5:39PM PDT on Aug 15, 2012


5:39PM PDT on Aug 15, 2012


12:38PM PDT on Aug 15, 2012

lots of these items seem really random....

8:34AM PDT on Aug 15, 2012

Ah-ha, I use Couto toothpaste, but it's cheaper here (in Portugal)!
Anyway, most of these things would make sense if you have and hotel...

12:30AM PDT on Aug 15, 2012

Thanks for sharing this.

1:22PM PDT on Aug 14, 2012

Wauw That is funn

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