There are many unique holiday gifts that you can offer to your friends or family members to spruce up their bathrooms. One of the most common bathroom holiday gifts is a basket. Many people place baskets in their bathrooms and fill them with magazines, towels or bath items. You can add hand towels, soap holders, soap dispensers and wash clothes to a basket and present them as one holiday gifts item.
Bath Salts. Bath salts are cheap, simple and ideal gift items. Creatively presenting your bath salts will highlight the color and texture of your salt grains. Consider convenience and style when picking your bath salt containers and do not be reluctant to be creative.
Beautifying bottles. Glass bottles loaded with perfumed bath salts add a touch of style to any bathroom. These bottles come in varied sizes and shapes and are available in various home improvement stores. Pick a glass bottle that matches the personality of the intended gift recipient. Coordinate the color of the bottle with the scent of bath salt, for example, rose scented salts in a pink glass bottle. Larger grained bath salts will not spill effectively from a narrow bottleneck, so consider the size of your salt grains when picking a bath salt bottle.
Jar. A jar offers the avid bath salt user more storage capacity. Pair your jar with a little wooden scoop to gather and distribute the salts. The best bath salt jars are short, wide and made of clay or glass. An important bath salt jar feature to consider is a mouth that is wide enough for the wooden scoop. Seal your bath salt jar with a twist-top lid or a flat piece of cork. Add a decorative touch to your bath salt jar by tying a strand of ribbon around the lip of the top.
Little Bags. Pour scoops of scented or unscented shower salts into little cellophane bags. Unlike fabric or mesh, the waterproof quality of cellophane prevents the salts from splashing and protects them against humidity.