Bath Time: Simple Feng Shui
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Bath Time: Simple Feng Shui

After a long day, nothing says relaxation like self pampering and solitude. Your bathroom deserves to be a personal haven – a place where you can kick back and rejuvenate after a long day. Sometimes our bathroom just doesn’t look the part and this often impacts our personal well being. Despite a smaller space for decor, there are many unique handmade items that can give the smallest room of your house more space to clear your mind and freshen up.

Try these at home:

Boxed Shelves: Inexpensive craft store crates can transition into chic cubbies. Fill them up with jars full of Q-tips and cotton balls or neatly stack towels. These are also easy to paint over, allowing a quick redesign.

Wicker Baskets: Not only does this simple addition add visual interest, but they are also the perfect addition to store towels, toilet paper, and other extra bathroom supplies. For a spa-inspired look, roll bath towels for a classy visual display that guests will appreciate.

wickerbaskets

 Buckets: Give your bathroom some beach flair. Buckets come in a variety of visually enticing patterns and can give a plain room some color. They also make great separators, making it easier to find those long lost cosmetics.

buckets

Etageres: When saving space, it’s smart to build up. Etageres are perfect for displaying stunning accents and ornamental objects. Fill shelves with vases, basins and tins or use the extra space to store more baskets. This is a functional asset perfect for those empty bathroom corners.

etagreres

Accessory Hiders: Forget the hassle of corded flat irons and curling irons. For an easy DIY space-saving trick, use PVC pipe to hide products with long cords. Your counters will be clutter free and the objects will be easily accessible for future use.

accessoryhider

 

Even if you just get started with one of these projects, you’ll soon be on your way to a new look. Which project do you like the best? Let us know in the comments.

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