Here some tips ( visit Ready Set Maids for more ideas):
Instead of leaving cosmetics strewn across your counter, try adding a pretty tray to give some organization to your bottles and large, glass apothecary jars are a great way to store cotton balls and q-tips.
Greenery should not be kept to the main living spaces and bedrooms of your house. Plants help to create a calming atmosphere while purifying the air plus the humidity in your bathroom helps keep them alive.
Like greenery, art is something many forget to bring into the bathroom. It is a great way to bring your personality into the space while creating visual interest. Use art to tie in elements of your bathroom-match the finish of the hardware (faucet and shower head) with your frame and the coloring of the tile and backsplash with the art itself, other thing that can be done to add decoration is the use of rugs that make any place look better, and there are many great options from the Joanna Gaines rug collection, that can be found online.
Try engaging your sense of smell with candles (or even oil diffusers). Find a light floral scent that isn’t overwhelming to help maintain a serene, spa-like feeling and candles also help with the lighting in the room at night, while at day time, light can come from the windows, and you can even get replacement windows online in case they get damaged.
Finally, upgrade your towels and bath rug. Exchanging old towels and rugs with fluffier, neutral-colored replacements is an inexpensive to way to update your bathroom and helps make it the oasis you’ve always wanted!