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You can never have too many shelves in the bathroom, right? These DIY faux floating shelves have a wonderfully rustic quality thanks to the wood that is used. You can do these with reclaimed wood, barnwood or even distressed wood to give them a great farmhouse look and they are super easy to make and to hang on the walls. Then, use them to display your farmhouse décor or any number of bathroom essentials.
Selecting a color pattern for just about any aspect of the home of yours could be a challenging undertaking. Luckily, bathrooms are typically one of probably the smallest rooms in the home, and one of probably the easiest to decorate. As with any area in the home of yours, the most crucial part about picking a color pattern for your bathroom is actually going with the colors as well as decor you love, not just what’s fashionable or even shown in magazines. We invest a good amount of time in the bathrooms of ours, therefore it is crucial that we like what we come across every time we are in the space.
Household Essentials Paper Rope Wicker Trash Can is Household Essentials Paper Rope Wicker Trash Can is an elegant way to gather your trash. With winsome beauty and clean lines it's a natural alternative to plastic trash cans hand woven paper rope. This 3.9 Gal. wicker waste bin has a square base and tapered sides. Its wide open top ...  More + Product Details Close

I love Anthropologie products but unfortunately I don’t love the price tags. I also love great Anthropologie knockoffs, which is what this DIY ruffled shower curtain is. You can buy this one at Anthro for about $100 or you can make it yourself for just a small fraction of that – just $5 to be exact! This is a pretty easy to sew ruffled shower curtain that will instantly give your bathroom a bit of rustic charm.
An old wooden bed frame is perfect for adding a rustic farmhouse touch to the bathroom. You can make this upcycled bed frame towel bar in about an hour or so and it is a great shelf to hang above the bathtub. It holds your towels and so much more! Use the shelf to hold extra bathtub essentials or plants, whatever you want. And, it hangs right on the wall so you don’t have to worry about needing extra space. What a great way to upcycle an old bed frame!
Household Essentials Small Reed Willow Waste Basket combines Household Essentials Small Reed Willow Waste Basket combines beautiful handwoven wicker with a smart clear liner for a cleaner wicker waste bin. This attractive waste bin has a distinctive vertical weave that highlights the brown-stained willow reeds beautifully. Unlike many willow weaves this vertical design allows for spacing making this ...  More + Product Details Close
Designing a beautiful and relaxing bathroom is a fun and exciting part of your home design. You want your bathroom mirrors to be both stylish and functional, so it’s important to make sure you find the right mirror for your home. Bathroom mirrors are typically larger than other mirrors in your home and might double as storage units for your toiletries. Before settling on a bathroom mirror, make sure that you measure your bathroom and create a word bank of descriptive words to guide your design.
I love this DIY ladder that holds your towels in the bathroom! It is super easy to make, too and it is perfect for getting that farmhouse look in the bathroom. You can hang this on the wall or just stand it up in the corner or behind your bathroom door. The ladder itself only takes about an hour or so to make and you could even decorate it with burlap or raffia to give it even more of a rustic look.
So. What can you do to your bathroom that will definitely put a fun vibe, lively spirit, merry character to it? There are a actually A LOT. And they are not expensive nor complicated for a teenager to do! We have gathered 36 projects that can help you achieve the bathroom you have long wanted. Get ready to do a total makeover to your organizers, shower curtains, towel racks, shelves, bath rugs to wall art projects!
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