Every room in your house can be beautifully decorated, including the bathroom. Create a focal point by hanging pictures over the towel bar.
You would think that decorating a small bathroom would be easier than decorating a big one, right? Well, as I recently found out, it took as long to find a shower curtain, towels and art as it did for a bathroom twice the size.
You know that feeling you get when you spot the perfect canvas for that wall that’s been sitting bare for months? It’s exciting, right? Well, we love large canvases, especially given how affordable they are….it makes it easier to decorate a big wall without spending too much money. They come in all shapes and sizes and on just about any subject matter or expression so it’s easy to find one that you’ll like.
I love hanging pictures in perfect symmetry, which sometimes can be very challenging. I recently hung these two picture frames in the bathroom of our master bedroom at the cottage and thought I'd share some quick steps. I don't like making extra holes in my walls and neither should you – so here are a few tips to avoid damaging your walls when hanging art.
This is a super tiny bathroom with a tub/shower combo as the focal point, so finding a good looking shower curtain to enhance the “view” from the hallway was definitely a priority.
The other day I was hanging some picture frames in a bathroom and despite all my careful calculations, my frames didn't line up. I couldn't believe it! What happened?
In a perfect design world, a toilet would never be the focal point of a bathroom. But sometimes plumbing issues or other building challenges get in the way and you end up with less than perfect results.
Is This Picture Frame the Right Size for This Bathroom?Yes! Here's why: I chose to hang only one large frame to counterbalance the scale of the towel rack and the towels below. I used a wide white mat in this tiny bathroom to help reflect daylight and to keep things light from a visual perspective.