As luck could have it, there are ways to bring color into a small bathroom. Try painting your radiator, adding a multi-colored bathmat or by using a vibrant shower curtain. Actually, if the hallway leading into your bathroom uses a darker color, ease a lighter firmness of this color in to the bathroom. It will once again fool the eye into pondering it is one big room.
Break from the standard over-the-door towel hangers and create something unique. A simple bathroom DIY job is screwing a few grips into a flat piece of finished wood, leaving enough room to hold each towels independently. Hang up from a bare wall or on the trunk of any door.
Bathmats are usually drab and boring. Imagine if I informed you that you may make your own DIY rug for under you can purchase in the store and add a unique turn to your bathroom? Leftover towels are a great way to do so and is also what makes this task so eco-friendly. You will need about two to four old shower towels depending on size cut into pieces about 6' long. Next, get some good grid matting and get started to tie them in each row.
No matter the size of your bathroom, storage area is always a concern. After all, the toilet is made up of many items we use on a regular basis. But the storage area you choose can be a part of your bathroom d?cor. For elegant restrooms, consider repurposing a vintage cake tray to carry basic toiletries. Or, a wines rack can be repurposed as a towel holder.
Another popular DIY look for bath rooms is a farmhouse style. Mason jars add the perfect touch to your bathroom storage without shedding the rustic style You could either simply have them out to hold items like egyptian cotton balls, Q-tips and even more, or hang them to keep small toiletries in reach. This tutorial from the DIY playbook will show you just how to do so.