You may not give as much thought to bathroom decor as you do to other rooms. If you put in the extra effort, though, your bathroom will feel like something truly special. The bathroom has the potential to be the most tranquil room in the house, and it can even be transformed into a mini-spa. You may customize your bathroom in many ways by including various accessories. Things like lighting, indoor plants and led mirrors are just the beginning of interior design.
The bathroom’s lighting is an essential part of both aesthetics and practicality. Bathrooms with little space can benefit from a good one. They may also appear to be more luminous and expansive. It’s important to think about how the bathroom’s lighting fits in with the overall design of the space. Some homeowners would rather have a quieter atmosphere or a more colorful vanity in the bathroom.
Like any other room, a bathroom needs something to calm the eyes. Putting houseplants in your bathroom can make it look better. Cacti are a good choice for this space because they don’t need much water and can handle humidity well. But if you’re decorating a bathroom without a window or aren’t sure you can take care of a big indoor plant, there are many beautiful fake options on the market. If you don’t want to take care of a real plant, fake plants in pots are better. You can put a few on the bathroom windowsill or in the sink.
Another thing to consider are mirrors. A mirror helps you stay clean, but it also lets you check your teeth, style your hair, and pluck your eyebrows. For a truly modern look, you can also choose a smart bathroom mirror.
Rest assured that you don’t have to gut your bathroom to give it a fresh look. There are a lot of cheap changes you can make in just a few hours, like putting up peel-and-stick wallpaper, putting up some interesting art, or finding clever ways to store things. Add more decorative touches, such as stylish rugs, new cabinet knobs, or a floating shelf. Most of these easy improvements don’t have to be permanent, so renters and homeowners can use them.
For more information, check out this Remer infographic to help you construct your dream bathroom. Happy remodeling!