… create a gallery wall in your bathroom?
We know – the bathroom is quite an unlikely spot to display your favorite memories, images and souvenirs. But hear us out…
Let’s face it – every homeowner has dealt with a less-than-desirable shower curtain at some point. But for a space you utilize daily, why should your bathroom be a room you dread? The good news: a simple $20 investment can make all the difference in creating a bright, bold and inspired spot to house all of those great ideas you come up with in the shower…
I stumbled on this adorable kids bathroom a few days ago and haven’t been able to shake the image since. Those perfectly-hued green faucet fixtures? That neon cloud light? It all begs to be played in, and I can almost hear the happy splashes and giggles during an impromptu evening bath hour.
I didn’t manage to find the designer of that perfect lighting, but I did spot this Nimbus cloud pendant that would make for an outstanding alternative.
Tell me, would you ever go to such great lengths to decorate your child’s bathroom? Or would you settle for a cute bathmat and call it a day?
Image Credit: Interior Design magazine via Shelterness
… patchwork tile your bathroom backsplash?
Bathrooms are all too often ignored in the home, taking a backseat to the “fun-to-decorate” rooms like living rooms, bedrooms and dining spaces. Why not have some fun in your bathroom and shine the spotlight on an otherwise forgotten space?
Get creative with your backsplash by designing a patchwork tile effect of different styles and designs. Keep the look grounded and clean by sticking to one color scheme (I love the light palette in the image above!), but go wild with patterns, textures and the rest. You’ll be amazed at how transformative the look can be!
Image Credit: Petra Bindel
… let stone take center stage in your home?
Sure, rocks are so often relegated as an accent: granite countertops, marble lamps and concrete planters. Yet when’s the last time you saw stone make such a huge, vertical impact as it does in this modern Miami bathroom?
I can’t imagine how expensive an entire slab might cost, so instead, I’d simply head to my local printers and blow up a large-scale agate photo to create a one-of-a-kind wall mural worthy of even the choosiest of geologists.
What do you think? Is this too much for you to handle, or would you try an agate mural in your home?