A space can feel lacking when everything in it is flat and one-dimensional — that's why it's important to embrace texture. From the tufted bathmat to the ribbed pot plant, I've injected many textures into this bathroom, finding these clever buys at The Reject Shop. Even the un-craftiest person can attempt the two DIYs in this bathroom to make affordable versions of high-end products — the bath shelf and concrete trivet. Bathtub trays often cost hundreds of dollars but this one only uses one piece of timber and glue (you might even have timber at home you could use). And concrete trivets are a great way of introducing texture to a space but buying one could easily eat up most of the $100 budget I set to style the bathroom. I made this one for peanuts using a plastic container from The Reject Shop and small pieces of dowel I had at home.
The key to a beautiful countertop is to love everything that's visible, no matter how functional. Whether hung or out on the counter, keep hand towels in a tri-fold. Find a soap dispenser that you love. If you keep makeup brushes, cotton balls, or Q-tips out on the counter, put them in pretty containers. Glass jars and canisters are game changers. Here's where we can have fun! Plants, candles, jewelry dishes, and vases with bare twigs are all on the list. Or add art. (We love the boldness of this skull above.) So get creative! Maybe you want to install a branch on the wall instead of in a vase. You'll see I've used this trick all around the bathroom. Stacking a soap dish on top of a folded face towel on the concrete trivet, placing several items on a towel on the bath shelf, and even simply placing one towel on top of another on the edge of the bath.
In our home, what rooms do we typically care most about when it comes to a full revamp? The kitchen and bathroom. But realistically, those renovations can require a quite a bit of cash and only really make sense if we own the home. And when it comes to styling bathrooms, a lot of us feel a stumped. How much can you do to make a bathroom look better without making some major (and expensive!) changes? In a room where everything has a specific function, you want those items to also be beautiful. Let's take a look at how we can transform our bathrooms into the perfect getting ready space. Swapping out light fixtures, cabinet hardware, or even a showerhead are easy and affordable ways to up your style in a small space. Your mirror likely takes up the biggest amount of wall space. Give your bathroom a facelift by trading in your old mirror for a new one.
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