Diy Bathroom Ideas
Get creative with your DIY Bathroom Ideas!
DIY bathroom ideas may be as varied and creative as you like. DIY bathroom ideas may also be novel or copied. If you aren't inspired, you will find that some of the best DIY bathroom ideas come out of magazines or books, or even from web pages on the Internet.
The bathroom is one place in your home that you be as whimsical and creative as you like. For example, you can use the bathroom as a showcase for collections, from perfume bottles to shells or even groups of indoor plants.
If you're lucky enough to have a large bathroom, remember that furniture can also have a place in the bathroom. For example, an attractive shelf stand or an old-fashioned wash-stand may be used to display objects. A chair or even an upholstered chaise-longue will be both practical and pretty.
Leafy greenery always looks good and it is quite refreshing, provided you keep the plants clean and healthy. Certain plants, including most ferns, do flourish in a bathroom environment. If you aren't sure, ask when you buy the plant, or check in a book beforehand. You can group plants together in pots, or build in a planter. In the larger bathroom, planters can make amazing screens, separating one part of the bathroom from another. Some older bathrooms have built-in laundry boxes that can be quickly and easily converted into planters. If there isn't any drainage, add a false floor above floor height and drill holes in it. Also be sure not to over-water the plants or they will quickly become waterlogged.
There are lots of different types of hooks that are suitable for towels and robes that you might want to hang in the bathroom. But if you want to be different, mount an old brass or porcelain-topped tap upside down on the wall and use it as a towel hook instead.
Use mirrors to lighten and brighten small bathrooms. Or use a collection of different mirrors on the wall for effect. Even inexpensive mirror tiles can be surprisingly effective.
Bathroom lighting can be particularly drab and unexciting. While you do need a sealed unit because of the combination of water and electricity, think about fitting dimmer switches for effect.
Windows can also be a source of good ideas, either in the form of conventional window coverings, or to make them a feature. For example, lavishly draped curtains with create a sumptuous effect, while glass shelves fitted into the reveal of the window will give you a place to display your collections or plants.
If you're artistic, murals look great in the bathroom. Whatever you do, don't limit you DIY bathroom ideas.