The re-purposing of everyday household objects into new pieces of décor is one of the hottest trends in interior design, and also quite inexpensive. According to Better Homes and Gardens, heading out to flea markets in your area will help you find myriad bathroom accessories that can revitalize your washroom.
There are countless objects that can jazz up the look of your bathroom vanity or a window sill, so keep an open mind when attending your local flea market. For instance, if you happen to spot any antique cylindrical containers made out of metal or wood, these can make a fabulous flower vase that can pair beautifully with an industrial aesthetic.
Small wicker baskets are also great ideas to keep an eye out for, as they can be used to hold everything from linens to toiletries. They can blend in beautifully with a rustic or contemporary decorative scheme and will dramatically improve the utility of your bathroom.
Incorporating vintage materials ultimately comes down to your personal tastes and the time periods you most identify with, but they can be a wonderful addition to your washroom. What objects have you re-purposed in your bathroom?
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