Decorating a master bathroom can be a tricky experience for any homeowner, but if you have an abundance of space, then you should use it to your advantage. There are countless areas in your washroom that could use a repurposed item or a cozy spot to relax, so if you're looking to give your room a quick face lift without a full-scale remodeling project, replacing a few furnishings here and there can go a long way. Here are a few tips to consider.
1. Add a small couch. If you have the space to work with, any bathroom can benefit from the inclusion of a small chair or loveseat. This is a wonderful spot to relax after a shower, put on makeup or simply wait for your turn in the shower. While you could put a lot of thought into the fabric color of the piece, you can save a few bucks and use a slip cover instead. This will provide a neutral backdrop that can be used to display seasonal throw pillows and other decorative accents.
2. A new bathroom vanity. Your vanity is the focal point of your bathroom, so if yours has seen better days, it may be time to incorporate a new furnishing into the space. There are countless options out there that can adhere to your design scheme and can help improve your storage space and the overall visual appeal of the room. You can even finish off the aesthetic of your washroom by adding a vessel sink or a series of attractive bathroom accessories to improve the room's utility.
3. Linen cabinets. If you're looking for a way to clear out your linen closet and add another piece of freestanding furniture to the room, a linen cabinet can work perfectly. You can find a furnishing that can match your vanity beautifully and it can be a great spot to store towels, toiletries and other bathroom accessories that you may want to keep out of view. Conversely, you can find a cabinet with open storage to give your bathroom another spot for decorative accents.
Your bathroom may not be due for a remodeling project, but it may need a breath of fresh air. These beautiful furnishings can make a real difference in the overall flow and utility of your bathroom and will pay dividends for the foreseeable future.
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