I love this antique sewing drawer that has been repurposed into a gorgeous rustic flower box for the bathroom. You can sit this right on the back of the toilet or on a shelf. It’s really easy to DIY and gives the bathroom such lovely farmhouse charm. You just need an old sewing drawer – or any old wooden box if you don’t have a sewing drawer on hand – and then you just fill it with mason jar vases.

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You can add white color and light to existing bathroom decor with white accessories, ceramic tiles, curtains, glass and stainless steel shelves, a towel heater and shiny fixtures. White color, light fixtures design, a window and a large mirror (or two mirrors) create radiant light and more spacious small bathroom decor. (Modern bathroom design trends for 2011)

It just takes a little something to turn your bathroom from boring to farmhouse spectacular. You can do it easily with this DIY bathroom wall art that you make using the string art method. Some old boards or planks are perfect for the backdrop and you can distress them beforehand it give them an even more rustic look. Then just choose your design and string art your way to beautiful rustic bathroom décor.
An old wooden box is perfect for adding that farmhouse touch to the bathroom and it’s a great way to get some additional storage space for towels. You can use any box of any size, depending on how much space you have available, and they fit perfectly on shelves or on the back of the toilet. Or, you could even mount them on the wall. I found this gorgeous rustic wooden box on Etsy for under $35 or you could repurpose any wooden box that you have on hand.

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.
Looking for some cool DIY bathroom decor ideas, ones that fit your budget? When it comes to creative bathroom ideas, there is no need to spend a ton of money on decorations and bath accessories. Turns out some of the best looking bathroom decor items are DIYs. This is proven by the fact that Target, WalMart and the craft supply stores all all selling DIY replicas right now, some of the most popular items off of Pinterest. The real deal is a much better look, and you can get this decor on the cheap. Whether you have farmhouse style decor going on or something more classic and modern, we have the projects you want to make for your bathroom. From storage and containers for makeup and toiletries to wall art to update those blank walls, the best DIY bathroom decor is yours for the making. Check out the easy to follow step by step tutorials to learn how to get these cool crafts for yourself.
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.

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.
"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."
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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