Mirror, sink, toilet, bidet, bathtub, shower, shower curtain, faucet, fluffy rugs/toilet cover, tissue box, toilet paper, TP holder, towel bar, ceiling fan, soap dish/soap pump, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, bubble bath, bath bombs/bath beads, razors, tweezers, eyelash curler, make up, hand towels, towels, face cloths, bath brush, sea sponge, candles, fake plants, soap baskets, cutesy bathroom signs, bath toys, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shavers shaving cream, perfume, aftershave, creams, astringent, dental floss, mouthwash, rinse glass, toothbrush holder, shaving bristles scattered around the sink, rogue hair, grime, mascara smudges or fingerprints on the mirror, bath pillow, dried on toothpaste globs, black mildew, tile, a scale, toilet plunger, curling iron, blow dryer, soap spots on the mirror, rust, radio, nail files and clippers, band aids
blow dryer motor, running water, whirr of the overhead fan, spritz of hairspray or perfume, shower spray, globs of soap dropping to the shower floor, toilet flushing, singing, radio, electric shaver, the rasp of a nail file or clippers, the tearing of toilet paper, heat from a radiator or furnace vent, teeth brushing, gargling, someone blowing their nose, shower curtain being pulled back, shower door opening or closing, drawers being opened, a hand going through a toiletry bag looking for tweezers or a make up kit, unwrapping a new bar of soap, tapping a toothbrush against the sink, whistling or humming
Hairspray, astringent, perfume, cologne, creams, nail polish remover, shampoo/conditioner, smells from shower gel, bubble bath or salts, bad breath, sweat, mildew, wet towels, toilet-related odors
Tooth paste, accidentally getting a spray of hairspray in the mouth, bubbles, water, mouthwash, damp air
The sluice of water down the back, rinsing shampoo from the hair, the drag of a razor, the hot rush of a blow dryer, swiping cold mist from a mirror, damp air on the skin, smooth creams on dry skin, pain at nicking during a shave, the cold metal of tweezers or nail clippers, spongy carpet/mats on bare feet, steam against the skin, splashing water on the face, scrubbing heels with a pumice stone, the rasp of a nail file, dragging a mascara brush against lashes, the pinch of eyebrow plucking, soft towels against the skin, wet hair on shoulders
--The words you choose can convey atmosphere and mood.
Example 1: I opened the door, then gagged and slapped the fan on. It rattled to life, stirring the hairballs that littered the floor but doing nothing for the putrid air. Mildew spotted the tiles and discolored the sink. Chunks of something clung to the wall. I held my breath and decided that I didn't have to go after all.
Example 2: I turned off the tap but stopped short of grabbing the towel. It was fluffy and perfectly-hung, a line of lace fluttering along its hem. I pivoted, looking for something else. The wall shelves held doilies and potpourri, dried flowers, seashell-shaped soaps. Candlelight flickered in a vanilla-scented draft. A dimpled cherub smiled down on me from the mirror. I shuddered. When had Karen gotten so...domestic?
--Similes and metaphors create strong imagery when used sparingly.
Example 1: (Simile) The toilet choked and groaned before spewing its contents like a first-time contestant at a pie-eating contest.
Example 2: (Metaphor) Chrome shined and the mirrors sparkled--a thousand tiny smiles welcoming you in.