You probably spend more time in the bathroom than you realize, just think of putting on make-up or brushing your teeth. So it’s time to start your bathroom renovation project! Check out 8 simple, but fascinating tips how to breathe new life into your bathroom and make it unique.
Add unexpected furniture.
Don’t stop at the sink, bathtub and toilet. We have got a great way to add unexpected opulence to your bathroom: statement pieces. Don’t hesitate to hunt down a gorgeous armchair or grab an edgy table. You will have a super-cool look.
Love your linens.
Linen closets are great, but don’t let yours rob you of a decorative opportunity. Don’t hide your rags and towels, stock up on some pretty ones and use them to your advantage. It’s good to know that places like HomeGoods and T.J. Maxx carry unique, inexpensive options that you can use for their intended purposes. There is a wide range of products and you can choose from beautiful patterns, textures and colours.
Give your storage a facelift.
Something as simple as turning pretty containers into useful storage elements can elevate the vibe of any room. Do you have an extra vase sitting around? Let’s use it to organize your make-up brushes.
Buy yourself some flowers.
Whether you like watering flowers or dusting off blooms of the silky variety, introducing a few bouquets is a simple way to upgrade your bathroom. Don’t forget, placement is key, so drop one bundle in a pretty vase on the vanity.
Pick something and run with it.
It can be hard to find inspiration, so discover a flea market in your neighborhood and pick one object that speaks to you and builds from there. What about choosing an antique perfume bottle?
Get your sconce on.
The right lighting can add a whole new level of luxury to any room. If you have some empty wall space over the vanity, throw in a little mood lighting. This part of the bathroom renovation will provide a fascinating outcome.
Find a mirror that makes a statement.
You have probably noticed that bathroom mirrors are often left to their boring, but useful devices. Ditch your stock mirror and switch it out with one that doubles as an accent piece. You can even frame it yourself for an unexpected twist.
Experiment with colour.
While neutral colours are always welcome, a little punch can go a long way. If you love your neutrals but want to add something special to the mix, apply a simple coat of paint to things like moldings, shelving units, and cabinets.