Decorating can be hard if your on a budget. This, guest bathroom is right off my guest bedroom you’ve seen in the previous post. As you see here I carried the theme. First get some sort of inspiration. It can be a rug, shower curtain or even a picture. When you have that one thing that inspires you work around that to get started.
Personalize your space with plush decorative towels. Ross is where I got these beauties. They were $5.99 a set.
A great space saving idea is to add Floating Shelves. It can make a small space seem larger. Take advantage of the unused vertical space. Shelving is a great way to display your bathroom accessories.
The floating shelving, that I purchased were from Home Goods for $7.99 each in the clearance dept. I wanted to place accessories on them. We added brackets that we purchased from Lowe’s Improvement for extra support.
This doubled shower curtain rod can be insanely expensive. Although it’s a huge upgrade from the tension twist tight shower rod, it can be worth the money. This is another thrifty find I got from the flea market for $15 out of the box.
Unlike the conventional padded seating, a ceramic garden stool is perfect in the bathroom. They’re not only trendy but they are perfect in the bathroom.
Its compact size is perfect for a smaller bath. You can place it in a walk-in shower or next to a tub. Take a good book and a
bottle glass of wine and have a nice soak.
There’s no right or wrong way to choose your bath mat. The necessity of having one is important. It’s the first step out of the tub or shower. Before choosing one make sure to measure before you buy.
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