If you want to create a new look in your bathroom, but want to avoid a complete interior overhaul, consider tweaking your color scheme and decor. A few simple changes can create an entirely new vibe without going over budget. Design a bathroom with color and styles that truly speak to you. Since it’s the room you spend time getting ready in the morning and preparing for bed, it’s important to create a space the boosts your energy and offers you a quiet respite from your busy schedule.
This mirror is absolutely beautiful and I am very happy with it in my newly remodeled small bathroom. I'm only giving it four stars because the mounting brackets were not completely even (just slightly off) and my husband had to get out a level to figure out how to mount correctly which took a bit of time and effort. Other than that, it was packaged well, arrived with no damage and as I said, is beautiful!
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.

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.
I do love that farmhouse look and try to incorporate it as much as I can into my décor. Have you seen these 25 shiplap décor and furniture ideas? They will definitely add some farmhouse charm to your home and they are super easy. These bathroom décor ideas are super easy, too and you can do most of these in under an hour. They are definitely going to increase the rustic factor in your bathroom. From shower curtains that are inspired by Anthropologie’s farmhouse collection to the most adorable toilet paper roll holder made from old metal pipes, I promise that you are going to love each and every one of these rustic bathroom décor ideas.
This wall mirror features rectangle and neat design with irregularly shaped lenses embellishment on edges. It can facilitate your make-up in your daily life, meanwhile add an elegant feeling to your bedroom or bathroom, providing you high definition and realistic mirror image. Absolutely a perfect decorative addition to your bathroom or bedroom in your home!

When you're designing your bathroom, consider how to make the space function for you — whether you prefer to hide clutter in storage baskets or showcase favorite products and neatly folded linens on open shelves. Bright white walls will always look fresh and clean, but don't overlook adding vibrant tile, towels, or carpets for pops of color. They'll warm up the room and turn it into a cozier retreat. Even painting the trim a saturated hue can create a more inviting vibe. Looking for additional bathroom design inspiration? Check out these organizing, shelving, and paint color ideas for updating your space. Whether you're working with a teeny-tiny powder room or revamping the entire master bath, these decorating tips will make the most of your bathroom.
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.
This mirror is absolutely beautiful and I am very happy with it in my newly remodeled small bathroom. I'm only giving it four stars because the mounting brackets were not completely even (just slightly off) and my husband had to get out a level to figure out how to mount correctly which took a bit of time and effort. Other than that, it was packaged well, arrived with no damage and as I said, is beautiful!
When you're designing your bathroom, consider how to make the space function for you — whether you prefer to hide clutter in storage baskets or showcase favorite products and neatly folded linens on open shelves. Bright white walls will always look fresh and clean, but don't overlook adding vibrant tile, towels, or carpets for pops of color. They'll warm up the room and turn it into a cozier retreat. Even painting the trim a saturated hue can create a more inviting vibe. Looking for additional bathroom design inspiration? Check out these organizing, shelving, and paint color ideas for updating your space. Whether you're working with a teeny-tiny powder room or revamping the entire master bath, these decorating tips will make the most of your bathroom.
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This towel rack that you make from repurposed pipes has such a wonderfully rustic look. This is a pretty simple DIY towel rack to build and you just don’t get more rustic than some old pipes. This is a great project to try if you have some old metal pipes laying around or if you are planning on a replumbing job. Or, check with local contractors who may have some old pipes from houses that they are remodeling.
I recently began thinking of ways to redecorate my bathroom. I really want that rustic farmhouse look throughout my house and the bathroom is no exception. I wondered though, how in the world do you add farmhouse charm to such a small room? My bathrooms aren’t huge by any means so it seems difficult to redecorate them in true farmhouse style. So, I started looking and would you believe that I found 25 gorgeous DIY rustic bathroom decor ideas? You could make any one of these and instantly upgrade your bathroom in true farmhouse style.
Old wood and a rope hanger give this gorgeous shelf a wonderfully rustic quality. This is a simple DIY project if you want to make it yourself. Just build a shelf from reclaimed wood and then add a thick rope to the top for hanging. I love this for storing extra rolls of toilet paper or even makeup and other essentials. I got the idea from this one on Etsy, and it’s under $30.
Over the past four years we have gotten to know the owners and employees at Ace as they helped us through having water in the basement and so many other issues.  Each time we come in, they spoil the girls! We spend a lot of time buzzing around there getting supplies for our latest project or quick fix. They offer everything we need and more importantly, are so helpful when I wander in alone and have no idea what I need.
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.
The Grant Signature Home Collection's San Remo group The Grant Signature Home Collection's San Remo group features a woven leatherette that has old world charm. San Remo Pinecone is a warm brown offering understated elegance. Beautifully textured and appointed this 13 Qt. Oval Waste Basket is a classic accent for your home.  More + Product Details Close

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.


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.
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