DIY is a great way to seriously customise your home while saving cash. However, many jobs use power tools and products that may be harmful to you or others if used improperly. Never take on a DIY task you do not have the right tools for or that you might not have the knowledge to do. Review a few basic DIY safety tips before you begin the next bathroom DIY task.
No matter the size of your bathroom, storage is always a concern. After all, the bathroom is made up of many items we use on a daily basis. But the storage you choose can be a part of your bathrooms d?cor. For beautiful bathing rooms, consider repurposing a vintage cake tray to hold basic toiletries. Or, a wine rack can be repurposed as a towel holder.
Bathmats are usually drab and monotonous. Imagine if I advised you that you may make your own DIY rug for under you can buy in the store and put in a unique look to your bathrooms? Leftover towels are a great way to do so and it is what makes this job so eco-friendly. You will need about two to four old bath tub towels depending on size slice into pieces about 6' long. Next, get some grid matting and get started to tie up them in each row.
Break away from the standard over-the-door towel hangers and create something unique. A simple bathroom DIY job is screwing a few deals with into a set piece of done wood, leaving enough space to hold each towels separately. Hang from a bare wall structure or on the back of a door.
Blending your wall membrane color and bathtub tile makes the entire room feel like one continuous space. As you can plainly see from the picture below, they chose to opt for a darker wall structure color and white tile for the shower. As a result, the bathroom feels as though two split rooms.