The Delta Accessories You Need For Your Bathroom


When it comes to home appliances and accessories, you want to know you’re getting the best product possible. With over 65 years in business, Delta has become a titan for bathroom and kitchen accessories and has gained a reputation for quality, technology, and craftsmanship.

Delta’s brand is guided by three tenets, according to their company site: the belief that water has the power to transform the way people feel every day, that there can be “magic” in simple solutions, and finally, that innovations flow from human insight. As eloquent as that all is, their products certainly live up to the mission statement. With new and improving innovations and technologies being rolled out every year, you cannot go wrong with a product from Delta.

What’s Delta’s Product Warranty?

Perhaps one of the most outstanding parts of purchasing a Delta appliance or accessory is that everyone comes with a lifetime warranty, meaning that your item may be replaced with no cost, so long as the customer still owns the home that the item was originally installed in. 

What Are Delta Bathroom Accessories?

With so many products on the market, there are many ways to accessorize your bathroom and make it as accessible as possible. Here are a few of the most popular bathroom accessories available:

Towel Bars

Towel bars are installed onto the wall, typically adjacent to the shower, on which you can not only store towels but can also lay them flat to dry after use. This differs from a towel hook, wherein the towel cannot be laid flat, and therefore, open to dry. In addition, many people use their towel racks for decorative purposes, displaying coordinating towels or hand towels.

Soap & Lotion Dispensers

If a branded, plastic soap bottle from the grocery store isn’t really jiving with your bathroom design aesthetic, fear not, as there are actually soap and lotion dispensers you can purchase to coordinate with your other accessories. Not only does it look better and likely function more efficiently, but a dispenser is also a more eco-friendly option, as you can simply purchase refill products in bulk. Specifically, it’s worth noting that Delta’s soap and lotion dispensers all need to be installed into the sink deck (countertop) or the wall. Other brands offer different options. 

Shower Shelves

If the corners of your bathtub are already stocked with bath products, you can maximize storage space with the use of shower shelves. These shelves are installed on the sides of the walls around your shower and allows you to store more shampoo, soap, razors, and so on. These are especially ideal for families with multiple kids, or many individuals sharing one bathroom.

Double-Face Mirror

Sometimes, doing makeup or other grooming on your face requires you to be able to see your face close-up. This isn’t always realistic when your only bathroom mirror is installed behind your vanity. However, a double-face mirror is a smaller mirror that gets installed on the wall beside your vanity, and you can actually stretch it out to be positioned right in front of your face.

Towel Rings

If you simply need a place to store your hand towels for easier access and use after you wash your hands in the bathroom, a towel ring is a perfect option. It is relatively small and only consists of the ring as well as the base that attaches to the wall.

Grab Bars

Whether you are able-bodied or not, grab bars are often an important safety feature for most bathrooms. These are actually bars that are installed near the base of a bathtub in order to help you get in and out of it with more ease. Though they are often used for those who might be at risk of slipping, falling, or otherwise incurring injury from a slippery, wet floor, they are useful for everyone who wants them.

Robe Hooks

Next to your towel hooks, you can also add a robe hook, either on the back of your bathroom door or on the wall itself. Though the robe hook will often be similar to the towel hook, it has to be installed a bit higher than the towel to accommodate for the length of a bathrobe, which is why adding it to the back of a door is often a popular option.

Tumblers & Toothbrush Holders

One of the items you will probably use most frequently in your bathroom is your toothbrush. Because it is more sanitary to allow it to dry out standing up as opposed to placing it in a drawer where it may touch other items, a toothbrush holder is an essential accessory for your bathroom.

Our Favorite Delta Bathroom Accessories

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This holder allows you to neatly store tissues while also providing the added benefit of a built-in shelf on top, for placing or holding other coordinating items.

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This towel bar is as straightforward as they come: with more minimal design but still a bit of beveling on the bases, this bar comes in multiple finishes and is the perfect length to store 2+ towels at a time, plus hand towels or washcloths.

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This robe hook is perfect if you like to place your robe right next to your shower while you’re in it. The simple, smaller design makes it discreet and most ideal for maximizing your space.

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As far as grab bars go, this is perhaps one of the most modern and chic. With angular ends and multiple finishes, this ensures that your bathtub area still remains as well-designed as ever, even with the addition of accessibility features.

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This soap or lotion dispenser is the height of luxury. Instead of freestanding onto your vanity, this option will actually be installed into the countertop, which provides the most high-end look possible.

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If you want to add even more convenience to your installed soap dispenser, consider a touchless option. This sensor can indicate when your hand is beneath the nozzle, and will automatically disperse a certain amount of soap for you to use. It’s both sleek and high tech, meaning it covers the best of both worlds.