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Roundup: Lidded Bathroom Wastebaskets

When it comes to bathroom accessories, the wastebasket may be the least exciting. It’s a necessary evil though. I’m a fan of lidded bathroom wastebaskets, especially in a guest or powder bath. It keeps things looking tidy and clean. The idea of hiding trash under a lid is much more appealing than seeing the trash and the plastic bag liner in an open wastebasket.

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bathroom wastebaskets with lids

In our recent powder room remodel I used a chrome lidded bathroom wastebasket to tie in with the other chrome bathroom accessories, #2 below. I thought I’d round up some other lidded bathroom wastebaskets and encourage you to get a cute lidded wastebasket if you don’t already have one.

Lidded Bathroom Wastebaskets

  1. Retro White Metal Trash Can / 2. SAVERN Trash Can / 3. BINO Mini Trash Can (also available in marble) / 4. Bronze Trash Can / 5. Mercer Lidded Trash Can / 6. Simplehuman trash can white / 7. Simplehuman trash can black / 8. White Faux Marble Trash Can / 9. Mint Green Trash Can with lid / 10. Antique Gold Trash Can / 11. Woven Waste Basket with lid / 12. La Jolla Basket / 13. La Jolla Yellow Basket / 14. Navy Striped La Jolla Basket (also available in natural/black and light blue) / 15. Dot Basket

I love the texture a woven lidded wastebasket gives a bathroom. In our powder room, I sourced a vintage basket that serves as a toilet paper holder, otherwise I would have went with a woven wastebasket.

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