Bathroom decor can easily be overlooked. With a lot of our focus being on other rooms, we may throw together a mediocre design for the bathroom and call it a day. But with a little planning and love, your bathroom can be entirely designed and decorated to make you proud. Plus, with our top eight tips, you can stick to a budget and have the bathroom of your dreams. Keep reading to find out how.
Designing a Bathroom on a Budget:
1. Simplicity Please.
Bathrooms are simple by nature; their color scheme can follow the same guidelines. Be sure to keep it simple when it comes to colors. Soft neutrals can help set the tone while not taking away from the rest of the space. But if you are looking to add colorful walls, we recommend pairing it with only neutrals like black or white to help balance out the space. For example, if your heart is set on a deep blue, you may find it helpful to pair it with black and white. These colors will add to the color scheme without demanding too much attention. Plus, you can accent it further with gold fixtures.
2. Textures and Such.
A simple way to add detail without breaking the bank is to incorporate more texture. Instead of solid items, you will want to add textures with divine details. For example, you will want you can include a textured bath rug or fringed towels to help add a little more depth.
3. Marvelous Mirror.
Mirrors are a big deal in any room, but especially in bathrooms. Be sure to make a statement with a unique mirror for your bathroom wall. If you want to stick to a budget, you can explore local thrift shops to find inspiration.
4. All in The Details.
Do not forget to add decor pieces throughout your bathroom to add a little bit of a personal touch. Glass dishes for jewelry, decorative canisters for cotton swabs, and mason jars for your toothbrushes are examples of functional yet stylish decor pieces that you can include.
5. Glamorous Additions.
When designing a bathroom, you want to pay attention to all of the little details. Do not let your hardware be overlooked. Be sure to replace outdated hardware with more stylish pieces.
If your walls feel bare, you can incorporate artwork into the space. Simple pictures or artistic crafts can help add character without costing too much money.
7. In The Air.
If you are searching for a little extra storage, floating wall shelves can do just the trick. Not only are they stylish, but they provide homeowners with extra space to store all of their bathroom essentials.
8. Flawless Transition.
When decorating any room in your home, you want to make sure that it transitions well from the rest of your home. For example, when you enter the bathroom from the hallway, does the room transition well into the next? If not, you will want to try to select a color scheme that is transitional and complimentary to your surrounding rooms.
Be sure to check back weekly for more design tips and tricks. Thanks for reading!