Adding color to a bathroom doesn’t need to be bright or showy. Choose a light mint color for a lush backdrop. If you pair this with white countertop and cabinets, you’ll have a clean look that lets you play with the floor design. Simple colors also give you the flexibility to accessorize with other pops of color in the guest baskets, towels and decor.
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!
In just about five minutes or less, you can DIY this great rustic toothbrush holder from an old mason jar. You could do this with a plain jar or paint it white and distress it a bit for a really nice farmhouse look. Just a small piece of wired chicken net keeps your toothbrushes perfectly organized and separated. This one really is quick and easy to make.
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!
How adorable is this rustic toilet paper holder? You make this with some old metal pipe and it only takes a few minutes to have it finished. The entire project will cost you less than $10 and that’s if you have to purchase all of the materials. If you happen to have some old metal pipe on hand, you won’t spend that much on it and you can have it done completely in about five minutes or so.
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.
You need magazines in the bathroom, right? Why not store them in this lovely DIY rustic looking magazine rack. You build this right onto the wall so you don’t need any additional space for it and it holds so many magazines and books! This is such a simple build and you can make it from wood that you have left over from other projects if you happen to have any on hand.
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.