Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:12:22 AM
Another thing you can repurpose as a vanity is a dining table. Sure, dining tables are pretty big so you’ll have to cut off some of the pieces. Consider having the vanity sit on only two legs, with the back section attached directly to the wall. Make sure you measure the sink before you cut the table and that the piece fits. If you can find a dining table with built-in drawers then you’ll also have some storage in your bathroom. Of course, you can take advantage of the empty space underneath your new DIY bathroom vanity to store things like towels and cleaning products in boxes or baskets.
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.
It’s practical to keep your makeup products and toiletries on the bathroom counter but you need a storage system for them. A chic and simple option is to sew some storage bags like the ones you see here. To do that, you’ll need some which white cotton fabric, metallic iron-on vinyl, a sewing machine, glue and a cork sheet or some thick cardboard. You can find the instructions for the project on thelovelydrawer.
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