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!
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 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.

Architect Greg Tankersley and designer Carol Egan conjured a Greenwich retreat that's the perfect blend of pastoral comfort and urban style, with the master bath as perfect proof. The tub by Kohler has fittings by Waterworks, the Hans J. Wegner stool is from Wyeth and the 1970s Luigi Caccia pendant light is from Bernd Goeckler. The Thassos floor tile is from Fordham Marble and the walls are sheathed in Venetian plaster.

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!
The first step of yours in picking a color pattern for the bathroom of yours is going to be determining whether the home will show color through color or maybe accent decor. Should you choose to paint a wall a daring color, like white, odds are that you are going to need to tone down the decoration a bit and so as never to overwhelm the room. Should you go with a more basic wall color, such as twine or perhaps gray, you could be a bit much more inventive with the color of the decor.
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.
Need to spruce up your home with bathroom accessories and bathroom decor? You've come to the right place to find bathroom decorations that will give a simple, budget-friendly update to your bathroom. Who said you needed a full bathroom renovation to make your space look like new? We offer an excellent selection of bathroom decor, designed to complement a wide range of personal styles! Whether you're on the hunt for modern bathroom mirrors or bathroom furniture, or you prefer more traditional bath accessories, shop our collection today and find the perfect pieces to complement your tastes!
"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."

Below are lots of ideas for bathroom color schemes for almost any shape, size, and style of bathroom. While it’s hard for anyone to go wrong in pairing a beautiful color with white as a bathroom color scheme (plenty of examples below), there are lots of other options out there, too. We hope you’re inspired enough that, perhaps with just a coat of paint and a few accessories, you can change the entire space into a space you love. Or, at least, don’t hate.


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!
If you’re looking for inspiration throughout the remodel process, we’ve hand-selected bathroom color schemes that will help transform your space. From peaceful blues and tranquil greens, to rustic reds, we’ve gathered an array of colors that work well with each other—making your project planning easier than ever. To bring your bathroom design to the next level, adorn the shower with a framed art prints or display a relaxing personalized candle near the bath.
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