Published at Tuesday, 04 September 2018. bathroom. By Angelina Swanhild.
A box would come in handy for all those small items that usually clutter up the counter space or the cabinet. Of course, a simple cardboard box isn‘t very aesthetically pleasing so you should find a way to customize it somehow. One option is to wrap rope around the outside of the box and to cover the interior with some fabric as shown on ourkidthings. You can use the box to organize toiletries and other things. Let‘s talk about shelves a bit more. We found these really cool DIY marble shelves on abeautifulmess and we really like the direction the project is headed. We‘re pretty excited about the idea of having a way to put those leftover tiles you might have from previous home renovations to good use by attaching them to wood boards to make these lovely bathroom accessories.
Wallpaper is also pretty inexpensive and there are certain types specifically designed for bathrooms. Use wallpaper to give the bathroom an accent wall or to introduce a beautiful color into the space without making changes to your furniture, flooring or other elements in the room. Or how about this idea:you put wallpaper on a wall and you paint over the bottom half of the wall. This way you could play with contrasting or complementary colors and you can give your bathroom a truly original and memorable appearance. Don`t underestimate the visual impact that neutrals and subtle color tones can have on the interior design and decor of a space, especially a small one. You may think that a light gray bathroom floor and wall finish wouldn’t exactly look cool but always remember to look at the big picture and to take into consideration all the little things as well.
Modern industrial decor has been popular for some time, however, it is just taking on new life among bathroom trends. This Diesel Open Workshop bathroom design, also from Scavolini, is a wonderful example of how to incorporate this style of decor in a bathroom. The warm, dark hues complement the large Lunar mirror that is set atop a copper-finish glass wall panel. Architectural pipe-style fixtures accent the space nicely. In what is actually a blast from the past, one of the new bathroom trends is hanging chairs. Originally popular in the 1960’s, these egg-shaped seats can hang from the ceiling, or from a stand as in this bathroom. Their resurgence is likely due to their organic feel, and cozy, nest-like seat. The feeling of being nestled is perfect for a bathroom retreat.
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