A bathroom can be a fun space to decorate, but it’s also a highly functional and high-traffic area. That’s why it’s important to consider how your decor will hold up to moisture, mold and mildew.
A simple way to protect the walls of your diy bathroom is with a backsplash, which will protect against splatters and keep mold from growing. A tile backsplash is durable and easy to clean, making it a great choice for children’s bathrooms. It also adds a fun, colorful pop that kids love. A hex penny tile backsplash, for example, adds texture and a contemporary look.
Renovating Bliss: Transform Your Bathroom in Malvern with These Stunning Ideas
The bathroom is also a good place for playful accents that can make the room feel special without being too kitschy. For instance, a figurative work of art like the nude painting in this bathroom designed by Hecker Guthrie can make the room feel luxurious. Similarly, adding a vase filled with flowers can create an instantly elevated vibe. If you can’t keep fresh flowers alive, artificial ones will still add a pretty finish to your bathroom.
Another easy and inexpensive DIY bathroom idea is to replace the lids on your toiletries to give them a more decorative look. This project uses an antique sewing drawer, but you can use any old box to make a rustic flower box for the wall. It’s perfect for holding a few roses or displaying a collection of mason jar vases. To take the style even further, you can create a matching frame using reclaimed wood or paint that looks like weathered barn wood.