Believe it or not. Hence, crafting a small bathroom that’s full of style is not impossible. Thus, everything from clever storage choices to statement wallpaper. Therefore, can make a petite bathroom feel more airy, open, and charming.
With your landlord’s permission. Thus, a few simple changes—no renovation required—will make things better. Also, without draining your checking account. And lucky for you, we have no shortage of tricks for adding a color, pattern. And even practical storage. So, here are couples decorating ideas for refreshing small bathrooms.
Install a Temporary Vanity
Can’t stand that old oak cabinet in your bathroom? Or maybe you wish your wall-mounted sink had built-in storage? Whatever the case, consider swapping it out with a vanity suited for your taste and needs. When your lease is up, take it with you. Just get your landlord’s written consent before installing it.
Refresh an Outdated Bathroom With Paint
When it comes to decorating, paint is a silver bullet for ugly. Here its magical powers turned a beige builder grade bathroom into a chic powder room. But our favorite idea from this transformation from The Makerista has nothing to do with painting. See the lovely round mirror? It was stuck on top of the original one with double-stick mounting tape.
Spruce up Your Bathroom With Plants
Add a pinch of pizzazz to a lackluster bathroom by heading out to your local garden center. A few houseplants suited to your bathroom’s unique conditions (think natural light and room temperature) will brighten the space with color and texture. See how Homme Maker styled this bathroom three more ways.
DIY a Rustic Feature Wall
What to do with that big bare wall? Turn it into a snappy feature with removable peel and stick floor tile. You’ll need to use the vinyl stuff that stands up to water and humidity. Home Depot and Lowes offer different options in a wide range of textures, colors, and sizes that resemble real wood and luxurious stone. The Weekender shares how to fake this rustic accent wall.