Bathmats are usually drab and uninteresting. Imagine if I informed you that you may make your own DIY rug for less than you can buy in the store and put in a unique turn to your bathrooms? Leftover bath towels are a terrific way to do so and is what makes this job so eco-friendly. You'll need about two to four old bath tub towels depending on size cut into strips about 6' long. Next, get some good grid matting and begin to tie them in each row.
If there's one room inside your home where development has changed just how we use it, it's the kitchen. From connected cooking to smart kitchen appliances, there seems to be a gizmo for everything in the kitchen. Incorporate some of the new kitchen systems this season and create a more connected home. Here are a few you may find useful:
Although almost all of us will never experience this lavish life-style, it's fun to see where our favorite celebs spend their time and find out about their style in interior design. Join me as I take you inside the restrooms of five of the most admired celebrities of our time.
One place where light definitely concerns is the toilet. It's where you typically get ready for work, school or a night out. Bad light can fool you into considering your bathroom is clean, you do not have lipstick on your pearly whites or that the mane in your sink doesn't exist.
Another popular DIY look for bathrooms is a farmhouse style. Mason jars add the perfect touch to your bathroom storage without losing the rustic style You can either simply have them out to hold items like cotton balls, Q-tips and much more, or hang those to keep small toiletries in reach. This article from the DIY playbook will highlight how to do so.