Given that the bathroom is the smallest room in the house, we need to double our efforts to make sure it’s clean, safe, and relaxing, especially if you're a family who shares one bathroom at home. You don’t need to spend thousands to achieve a pretty bathroom. Sometimes, you just need to be creative, use the right organizers, and invest in the right pieces.
Here are photos of pretty bathrooms that will motivate you to transform a compact space into an organized and Pinterest-worthy private space
Maximize every nook and cranny
When it comes to storage, you don’t always have to depend on boxes, baskets, and plastic organizers. Turn empty walls and unused corners into instant storage stations by installing shelves. Slim shelves are available at home and hardware stores. If the available space is too tight, you can ask the neighborhood carpenter to customize it for you.
Saving up for a major bathroom makeover? Go all out by choosing patterned cement tiles for your flooring. Cement tiles with bold colors and interesting patterns can double as décor, too.
Work on an easy color coordination
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Whether it’s your favorite color or a theme you have in mind, you can achieve a cohesive pretty bathroom by picking accessories and other essentials in a specific color. In this bathroom, the owner wanted to showcase the color purple. To do this, she chose organizers, mats, and even a wallpaper in purple as well.
We can’t stress it enough – plants are wonderful additions to any space. Liven up a tired T&B by decorating it with small or medium-sized indoor plants. If your bathroom is too tight, you can always hang your potted plants to make the most of vertical space.
Don’t be afraid to work with dark colors
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It’s easy to assume that dark colors can make your bathroom look uninviting. But as you can see in the photo above, however, it can add an edgy touch to your T&B. A bathroom with a mix of patterned tiles and subway tiles in black can help you achieve an industrial-inspired space that’s reminiscent of hotels.
Would you believe that a tiny bathroom can double as a laundry area? It all depends on how you will maximize the space. With the photo above as peg, you can install overhead shelves for storage and keep the washing machine under the counter to save on space. Make it Pinterest-worthy by opting for uniformed bins and baskets.
Work with decorative hooks
If in case you don’t have room for shelves and extra bins in your bathroom, you can always work with hooks. These can be used to organize smaller organizers and even clothes! Instead of buying ordinary hooks, go for decorative ones that can double as wall accents.