Many people are willing to buy the latest smart device because it provides convenience and can be helpful in daily life. However, smart devices aren’t the only gadgets that can help make daily life more convenient. Here’s a look at a few household gadgets and accessories for each room of your home that you may find helpful.
Handy Household Gadgets & Accessories to Have in Each Room of Your Home
Shower Curtain Liner with Pockets
Although this may not be the most appealing look for your shower, having a shower curtain liner with pockets is very convenient. You can store all of your shower accessories, and cover the outside with an actual shower curtain, not just the liner.
Glass Shelf with a Towel Bar
If you can use more storage space in your bathroom, consider a glass shelf with a steel towel bar attached to it. It’s a sleek and trendy look that can fit with any bathroom style. Use this to store bathroom essentials or even for cute bathroom decor.
Foam Spa Pillow
For an in-home spa experience, look into getting a foam pillow for your bath. This bath accessory will give your neck and shoulders the support needed while soaking in the bathtub.
Six-Port USB Charging Station
With all the devices we have today, one single charging station is necessary. You’ll be able to charge your phone, tablet, and several other devices without worrying about the charging port overheating.
Whether you drink coffee, tea, or hot chocolate at night, your drink won’t stay warm all night. Many hot drinks also cool down faster than you think, so having a mug warmer next to your bed at night ensures that your hot drink stays warm.
Essential Oil Diffuser
Many people use essential oils (such as lavender oil) to help them get a good night’s sleep. However, you have to use extreme caution when using essential oils, and using them in a diffuser is one of the safest ways to effectively use essential oils.
Whipped Cream Charger and Dispenser
If you’ve ever wanted to make dairy-free whipped cream or add your own flavors to whipped cream, then you need a whipped cream charger and dispenser from Exotic Whip. These devices allow you to make your own whipped cream recipes to add on top of your favorite desserts.
A Ziploc bag doesn’t keep food as fresh as a vacuum-sealed pouch does, and you can keep your food fresher for a longer period with a vacuum sealer. This is perfect for those who like to buy food in bulk.
A jar opener that attaches underneath your cabinets may be one of the handiest gadgets you can purchase. This will give you more leverage when opening those stubborn jars— all without taking up any space on your countertops.
Living Room/General Household
There are several types of smart plugs on the market, but you’ll want to look into getting a Wi-Fi-connected smart plug. This type allows you to ask your virtual assistant (Alexa, Google, Siri) to turn on your appliances so that you don’t have to manually do it yourself. Still, regular smart plugs are also good to have because they save you energy by powering off any devices that are not in use.
Consider buying indoor plants for your living room and other rooms in your home.
Not only are they beautiful decor pieces, but they also help purify the air indoors. Some of the best indoor plants include:
- Bamboo palm
- Chinese evergreen
- Dragon tree
- English ivy
- Peace lily
- Spider plant
Many of these plants are also fairly easy to care for, so you don’t have to worry if you don’t have a green thumb. Other low-maintenance indoor plants include snake plants, aloe vera, and fiddle-leaf figs.
Couch Clip-On Table
Some living room sizes and setups don’t allow for a side table, or there may be a lot of space between the coffee table and the seating. This is where a couch clip-on table will come in handy. It flips onto the arm of your chair so that your guests will have somewhere to put their drinks and snacks whenever you have a gathering.
No matter how big or small your home is, you can always benefit from having gadgets and accessories that improve your quality of life. The best part is that even the gadgets that focus more on functionality than style are still sleek and trendy enough to complement any home decor style.