Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:15:01 AM
If it fits and you like the look, you could repurpose a dresser into a bathroom vanity. The transformation shouldn’t be too difficult if you follow the steps described on Anoregoncottage. First thing first: get a sink that fits. Trace its shape on the top of the dresser and cut out the hole. Then cut a hole at the back for the plumbing, paint or stain the dresser and give it the look you want, install the sink, the faucet and plumbing and you’re pretty much done.
If there is one thing we have learned in the past year or so, it’s that wallpaper is in. People are putting it everywhere! Where paint once reigned, you’ll find patterns and colors replacing it. Some go for a big impact like wallpapering their living room. Some prefer a little pop like a patterned desk nook. And much of the time, the best wallpapered surfaces are in the bathroom. Somehow, wallpaper and tile make this perfectly interesting pair. It brings out the elements in your bathroom that you like and hides the ones that you don’t. Scroll through these 15 wallpapered bathrooms and by the end, you’ll be ready to choose wallpaper for your own.
There are plenty of suitable places for shelves in the bathroom. One of the most common option is above-the-toilet shelves. It’s a way of putting this space to good use and at the same time of creating a focal point there that distracts from the toilet itself which isn’t exactly an attractive part of the bathroom, aesthetically speaking.
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