When it comes to decorating the bathroom, a lot of people tend to stick to the basics. After all, it’s the smallest room in the house – for most people, at least – and with all that moisture flying around it’s one of the hardest to keep in good shape.
But there are a few simple things you can do to make your bathroom stand out a little. So, if you are the type that enjoys a nice warm bath every now and then – and really, who doesn’t? – then read on. This easy to follow guide will have your bathroom looking impressive in no time at all. So without further ado, let’s get started.
Make A Plan
All of the best ideas involve working from a plan. So get one sorted out for your bathroom. Have a think about themes, or the type of look you want to pull off. What’s going to make your bathroom more relaxing? How much are you going to spend? Are you going to make do with your current tiles or is it time for a change? Getting your bathroom revamped can be expensive, so is there anything you can do to make it better without ripping it all out first? Well, I think there is – which we’ll take a look at now.
Declutter & Clean
The first step – as it always is in any room – is to declutter your bathroom. The best way to do this is to throw everything into a bag. Leave it outside, and then scrub your bathroom from top to bottom before returning the items. Now it’s sparkling clean; you will probably be more reluctant to fill it up with junk. So don’t. Give everything a home, and if there is no room, then get rid of it. It’s a simple process, and one that will give your bathroom an instant lift.
Get A Vanity
Want an easy way of giving your bathroom a striking look? Then get a vanity to surround your sink. Take a look at some unique vanities for some inspiration and have a think about the benefits they might bring. First of all, they will add texture to the room, and break up a bland all-white look. Secondly, they give you storage. So less clutter for you to remove next time!
One thing many bathrooms suffer from is that they look kind of boring. Try installing free-hanging shelving to break up the wall space. You can pick them up for dirt cheap at your local home store, or even go seek a beautiful piece of wood the next time you are out walking. Corner shelves can work, too, and give you an extra bit of storage if you are struggling for space.
Why not add some plants to your bathroom? There are plenty that will love the moist atmosphere and low light, and they will even help you purify your air. Try spider plants and orchids for a simple splash of color.
I hope these simple ideas will help you get your bathroom back on track. You don’t have to spend a fortune, and the results should help you enjoy you time in there little more. Happy renovating!