Design Sponge Bathrooms
The process of how to sponge paint is simple and can be fun for the whole family. A bathroom is a perfect room for this process, creating an interesting texture and look to a small room that can otherwise be bland. It provides decoration that doesn't take up any space. Sponge painting requires two
The Beginnings of the Bathroom. Before the 1850s, the three parts of the bathroom were in separate rooms. If you needed to wash up, splash some water on your face or hands, or sponge clean yourself, you needed only a basin and a container of water, preferably heated. If you were middle-class or wealthy, you had a wash basin or washstand in the
Look We Absolutely Love: Dark Colors for the Bathroom. by Nancy Mitchell But that may all be about to change. More and more now I'm starting to see bathrooms that embrace the darker, moodier colors that are already so popular in other parts of the house. From Design*Sponge,
If your bathroom is a small space in your home where you don't spend much time, it's time to think about alternatives. Whether you're going for a full renovation or just a refresh; making your bathroom design brighter, cleaner and more attractive will make you feel happier to use it every day.
Sponge painting is a super easy way to add texture and pop to your walls. It's nothing over-the-top and doesn't take a lot of talent or experience to get done right. Great in almost any room or any nook or cranny, sponging is a great DIY project for those of us who need a little jazz and pizazz
Deep, moody green interiors are taking the design world by storm, and bathrooms are no exception. Consider a hue like hunter, olive, forest, jade or emerald for the walls, and balance its intensity with a light, natural wood vanity and jute accents. Matte black fixtures and ceramics complete this look.