Refreshing bathroom decorating ideas
It’s one of the most overlooked rooms of the house when it comes to decor ideas, but a well-styled and refreshed bathroom is a great way to start the New Year – metaphorically, and physically. And while changing tiles and bathroom suites is time-consuming and pricey, switching up your colour palette and bathroom routine with new bathroom decor accessories is easy, affordable and impactful. Here’s our favourite bathroom decorating ideas to get your 2020 off to a fresh start.
Solve your storage problems
Clutter is the killer of creativity and calm. And if you’re a person who does their best thinking and relaxing in the shower or bath, an untidy bathroom could be really killing your vibe. To help you stay focussed and undistracted in 2020, updating your storage solutions is a rewarding bathroom decorating idea. This elephant wall hook is statement-making, and a great place to hang your bathrobe during a shower. While this green ceramic jar is a cool way to keep your cotton pads or dental floss sticks out of sight. Top it off with a rattan storage basket for a truly earthy, calm look.
Treat yourself to toiletries
If you’ve been looking for an excuse to update the contents of your bathroom cabinet, there’s no better excuse than the new year – plus, chicer brands like Le Labo put as much thought into their packaging as what’s inside, making them display-worthy too. Win win. This Santal 33 shower gel by Le Labo is a popular pick, and a soothing New Year scent. Or try this Avocadeau body wash or Bon Parfumeur granny smith scent to keep your mood uplifted.
Update your decor and accessories
If your bathroom’s overall palette or decor style is what’s bringing you down, switching up your bathroom decor accessories is another easy design idea. We love this colourful body vase in orange for a playful, modern space. While this clear and brass Moroccan vase is a great candle holder to create a spa-like aesthetic. For something more natural, and to help increase the light in your bathroom, add a rattan eye wall mirror opposite your window.