Your best bet: Buy them all from the same manufacturer.
When accessory companies only sold two finishes—shiny, polished chrome and shiny, polished brass—it was easy to match one maker’s faucet to another’s shower door to a third’s towel bar.
Now that manufacturers offer accessories in dozens of finishes, matching has actually gotten harder. That’s because one company’s “satin nickel” paper holder might not have exactly the same sheen or color as another brand’s “satin nickel” toothbrush tumbler.
Companies that traditionally made faucets and left the little extras to accessory manufacturers now make a line of accessories that match every faucet. That makes it easy to perfectly coordinate your bathroom.
Most manufacturers offer a “suite” of matching accessories that’s a little bit less expensive than buying each one separately.