Need some cool DIY ideas for your bathroom? Are you jaded of your bathroom being dull and mundane and lifeless and stale? Have you always wished for a bathroom that’s so beautiful it will always give you a lighter mood when you go in?  Oh yeah, I bet you do. But if you are thinking that only Moms and Dads can fiddle with your home to make it look splendid, nah.. I hate to break it up to you but you are wrong.
You really can never have too much storage in the bathroom, which is one reason that I love this tall mirrored storage cabinet. Another reason is that it has such a lovely rustic look and it is super easy to build. You can do this with reclaimed wood if you have any on hand and it will look even more rustic. When you’re finished, you have multiple shelves for storing bathroom essentials and the front of the cabinet gives you a full length mirror!
Start and end your days in royal fashion with an eggplant-colored backdrop and faded lighting. Split the wall color with a lighter wainscotting, like this ash grey, to keep the room from feeling too dark. A white bathtub, sink and toilet give the room fresh elegance without disturbing the overall aura. To tie it all together, incorporate silver accents, such as this mirror and chandelier.
"I always start with the stone when designing a bathroom, and that begins to inform the color palette. Pale Oak partners well with most marbles, enhancing the vein in the marble, but equally works to soften a dark tile. Be careful, it can go gray or beige depending on the light. Personally I love that about it, but depending on the space, it can be tricky."

These little wooden signs are really cute and they will certainly help you to achieve that rustic farmhouse look. You could even distress these just a bit to make them look even more rustic. You can use whatever wording you want with these, but I love the chosen, “Wash, Flush, Floss and Brush” of these. They’re super quick and easy to make and work really well even in smaller bathrooms. DIY wood signs will definitely add that rustic farmhouse touch.
For bathrooms which are actually painted a color apart from beige or white, allow which wall color become the stage you work from to select the majority of the color pattern for the bathroom. Keep in mind that rugs, towels, bath curtains, photographs and some other accent pieces must often be a basic color, or maybe complement the color of the walls. For instance, in case you’ve a reddish accent wall within the bathroom, you will want the rugs of yours to be beige or black, or maybe a color that can fit the white, like a burnt orange. As a broad rule, there shouldn’t be much different in the bathroom which really matches the color of a daring painted wall.
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Clean up clutter and give your bathroom a farmhouse look at the same time with these distressed mason jar containers. It is so easy to distress a mason jar. You just paint them white, or a light blue or gray, and then use sandpaper to distress them. These are perfect for holding any number of bathroom essentials and really do have a gorgeous rustic look. Take a look at this set that I found on Etsy for inspiration, or you can grab these for just $30 for a set of six.
This DIY chevron burlap bathroom sign is really cheap to make and pretty easy, too. You need a strip of plywood, some burlap and some white paint to make this one. You will also want some wooden letters, which you can get at the Dollar Store or at any craft store. You could do “Wash” or anything else that you wanted as far as the lettering goes. This is a great rustic looking sign that will take you about an hour or so to finish.
Bathrooms which are painted a basic color have a bit more wiggle room in conditions of selecting a color scheme. Choose rugs, towels, cup holders, other decor and paintings inside a color that you enjoy. Or perhaps, choose 2 colors which complement each other, like teal and brown. A number of splashes of styles in crucial locations are able to transform a bland bathroom into a gorgeous room. You are able to also select a beautiful shower curtain as the starting for the color pattern in a basic bathroom and then take out styles from which curtain to make use of as rugs or even in a painting that’s shown in the bathroom.
This mirror is absolutely beautiful and I am very happy with it in my newly remodeled small bathroom. I'm only giving it four stars because the mounting brackets were not completely even (just slightly off) and my husband had to get out a level to figure out how to mount correctly which took a bit of time and effort. Other than that, it was packaged well, arrived with no damage and as I said, is beautiful!

Need some ideas to update your bathroom decor? Whether you are going for a rustic, vintage look or something more sleek and modern, you can certainly DIY some awesome decor to add to your bath. From shower curtains to rugs to cool wall fixtures and art, our list has tons of easy step by step tutorials, and almost all will allow you to decorate on a budget. I especially love the hand painted signs, the adorable mason jar ideas and the fancy, fluffy shower curtain inspired by Anthrolpologie. Pick one or more and start making your bathroom awesome this weekend!
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