Best Places To Shop For Your Bathroom In Atlanta

August 13, 2013 8:00 AM

When moving to a new home or apartment, decorating the bathroom is typically not a top priority, however it should be since it is the room most frequently seen by house guests. Given the small size of most bathrooms, the investment of time and money is limited yet can make a huge impression on your guests with an inviting atmosphere that showcases your personal sense of style and décor preferences. While large chains such as The Container Store, Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware are obvious choices to shop for bathroom décor and accessories, the five specialty shops below have the ability to meet all your needs while showcasing one-of-a-kind items and supporting the small business owners of Atlanta.

Canton Street Antique Market
970 Canton St.
Roswell, GA 30075
(770) 518-7860

Located in historic Roswell Georgia since 2004, Canton Street Antique Market is filled with a variety of antiques and collectibles from over 60 independent dealers that will appeal to those with a “shabby chic” sense of style. The selection includes unique and one-of-a-kind items such as a vintage dresser set including hand mirror and brush, antique perfume/aromatherapy bottles, decorative wall mirrors as well as specialty soap and bath items. Canton Street Antique Market has a strong connection to the Roswell community and donates booth space to five local charities as well as 100 percent of the proceeds collected. Over the last eight years, CSAM in conjunction with its second location in Jasper has raised over $100,000 for the following charities.

  • Friends of the Roswell Library
  • Roswell United MethodistChurch – Missions
  • Homeless Pets Foundation Transport
  • BentTreeLake and Wildlife
  • Pickens Animal Rescue.

You too can support the above-mentioned charities by purchasing or donating items to be sold in the booths. 

Urban Cottage, Inc
998 N. Highland Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30306
(404) 815-9993 

Urban Cottage boasts an assortment of unique house ware and gift items and is exactly the type of boutique you would expect to find in the diverse and trendy area of Virginia Highlands. Choose from “shabby chic” furniture including hutches and shelving to store all your bathroom and toiletry items, fashionable robes, luxe French soaps and an assortment of Caldrea aromatherapy products.

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Gramercy Fine Linens and Furnishings
Peachtree Battle Shopping Center
2351A Peachtree Road N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 846-9244

Bell Chambre Linens and Lingerie
1248 W. Paces Ferry Road N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30327
(404) 816-5333

Do you desire a powder room that exudes sophistication and elegance? If so, you must check out the assortment of lavish linens available at Gramercy Fine Linens and Furnishings located in the Peachtree Battle Shopping Center in Atlanta and Bell Chambre located on West Paces Ferry Road in Atlanta. Select from handcrafted pewter bathroom accessories and opulent Galleria Trays with decorative metal filigree from Labrazel or Italian-made fine linens from Sferra and Matouk. Personalize your purchases with in-house monogramming or Matouk monograms on any of the Matouk linens including both appliqué and embroidered monogramming. Product price point will not appeal to the “discount” shopper but instead a “Best Bet” to please those with discerning taste in home décor and accessories.

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1193 Howell Mill Road N.W.
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 605-0196

Switch is a contemporary showroom in Atlanta offering accessories and furniture for all areas of the home, including the bathroom. If you are looking for modern bathroom storage ideas, the Componibili modules and Optic Storage Cubes will provide much-needed storage space for bathroom accessories and toiletries with minimum space requirements. For “off the wall” bathroom accessories, take a gander at the Otto Floss Dispenser or Mr. Suicide Bathtub Plug from Alessi

Kelly Kirby is a freelance writer covering all things Atlanta. Her work can be found on

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