How to Get Shower Chic for Cheap

Products to make your bathroom the most luxurious place in the house.

June 18, 2007 — -- The shower doesn't have to be just for sudsing up and singing. With a few inexpensive accessories, you can turn your shower into one of the most luxurious places in the house.

Chassie Post, a contributing style editor at Domino magazine, offered these suggestions on "Good Morning America."

Shower stall mat (Improvements Catalog) $11.99

23" in diameter

Mold and odor resistant

153 suction cups secure it to floor

Comes in white and clear

Shower radio in the shape of a faucet (Myxyplyzyk) $30

Shower AM/FM radio

Suctions to tile

Turn knob for tuning

Droog Mat Walk (Unica Home) $44

Cotton bathmat with integrated slippers

Great for keeping feet warm and clean when stepping out of the shower

22.4" x 37.4" x 1.1"

Saxan Rand round bathmat (IKEA) $4.99

22" in diameter

100 percent polypropylene

Comes in eight different colors

Dinghy Drain Stopper (Myxyplyzyk) $12.95

Universal drain stopper

Makes bath time fun

16" chain allows for movement in the water

Soap Pump (Simplehuman) $39.99

Dispenses soap touch-free to avoid germs and mess

Place hand under sensor to get soap

Four volume levels allows for the adjustment of amount of soap dispensed

Optional timer indicating how long to wash hands

Wearable Turkish towel (Hammacher) $59.95

53"x 52"

Made of 100 percent Agean cotton

Can be used as a normal towel or as a bathrobe because of the armholes, leaving hands free