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!
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
You can begin your day in a serene bathroom by choosing a soft sky blue color for your walls and backsplash tile. To balance out the blue, white cabinets and countertops will preserve the tranquil look. Don’t forget to also consider upgrading the material of your faucet, shower heads and light fixtures—the touches of stainless steel help carry out the clean look.
Basket style window boxes are perfect for adding some extra storage in the bathroom and they have such a nice farmhouse appeal. They’re also super easy to hang on the walls in your bathroom and they give you additional storage without taking up too much space so they are perfect for smaller bathrooms. You can find these baskets at most department stores or repurpose a few outdoor planting baskets. Or you can use DIY window box planters for this one, too.

This DIY mason jar storage system is all you need to keep your bathroom organized, and it is perfect for adding a little farmhouse style, too. You make lids for your mason jars, complete with knobs so that you can easily lift the lids to get to the contents. The entire thing is nestled in a rustic looking wooden box that you can keep on a shelf or right there on the back of the toilet. I really love rustic mason jar decorating projects!
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!
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A whitewashed mirror above your bathroom sink is an excellent way to add some farmhouse style and charm. This is a really simple project and you can even build the mirror yourself from reclaimed wood or old barnwood and then whitewash it. I found this one on Etsy and it’s just $75 and you have several size choices and your choice of hanging brackets. If you prefer to DIY it, it’s a pretty easy project.
Add a gorgeous farmhouse inspired DIY mason jar sconce to the bathroom – or add two if you have the space. These are so easy to make and you can DIY them completely from repurposed materials so they won’t cost you anything as long as you have a plank of wood and an old jar. You can use metal clamps to hold the jars or think outside the box and use leather strips or even heavy twine to keep your sconces in place.

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.


Any accomplished designer would confirm that paint can transform the look of an interior, especially a bathroom. If you've been longing for a serene, spa-like atmosphere or a personality-packed bathroom design scheme, paint can help you get there. Regardless of your aesthetic, finding the perfect paint color is crucial. We've invited a selection of top interior designers to share the best paint shades for just about any bathroom.

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