25 Small Bathroom Ideas You Can DIY
I, for one, love my small bathroom. It’s compact, easy to navigate, and best of all it doesn’t take up too much valuable space in my New York City apartment! Also, in such a small space it’s easy to make a big impact with a little change, such as a new shower curtain, a tiny shelf, or an unexpected pop of color. Here are twenty-five ways you can add a little style to your little room. 1. Design Love Fest sews and stamps this cute laundry hamper. 2.
Bathroom Vacation: Hammock-Shaped Tub
The hammock is the standard of lazy summer relaxing. What if your daily hygiene standards could be met in such a position? The latest bathtub from UK firm Splinter Works is the ultimate in staycation fixtures. There’s been no shortage of strange, luxe tubs on Apartment Therapy, but the carbon-fiber Vessel may be the most chill, or as Splinter Works is calling it, “the ultimate vehicle for escapism.
Fresh Bathroom Decorating Ideas: Beautiful Black Fixtures
It’s not often that I find myself thinking, “Damn. That is a good-looking showerhead.” But that was my response when I spotted this beautiful little bathroom in my Pinterest feed. I love how crisp and modern and striking the black showerhead is against the white subway tile. Black fixtures for the bathroom may just be the Next Big Thing.
The 10 Best Houseplants for Your Bathroom, According to Plant Experts
Bathrooms are high in humidity and have variable light, but there are plenty of hearty plants out there that can survive in this space. Here's the dirt on what to look for in a bathroom plant.
A Natural Choice: Beautiful Blue Bathrooms
Whether you cover the walls with it or reserve it as an accent color, blue in the bathroom is classic. It’s relaxing and refreshing, and almost any shade will be a beautiful backdrop for when you’re washing up.Admittedly, blue is my favorite color, and it strikes me as especially versatile. Watery blues can create a soothing, spa-like feel, bold tones can be invigorating, and darker shades can be moody but comforting.
Adding Storage to a Vintage Bathroom
Part of the appeal of many old apartments is the original fixtures that call to mind a simpler and sturdier era of construction. Though many of us may swoon at the vintage beauty of subway tiles, basketweave floors and pedestal sinks, the sad reality is that these lovely original bathrooms usually have a very small footprint and little to no storage.The bathroom above is from the apartment I grew up in, the only bathroom that served a family of four with two daughters!