These bathroom decor ideas make it super easy to give your bathroom a fresh new look
1. Paint bland walls
A fresh coat of paint is an instant update and you can do it in a weekend! Paint bright stripes below an existing dado rail or install one. Stick to a neutral colour for the rest of the wall to counteract the busy pattern.
*Decor by Nicola Rossouw of House Couture.
2. Hang art
Give your bathroom a lived-in feel by hanging a framed print above the bath. Make sure the artwork is framed properly so that it’s not affected by moisture.
3. Add his and hers mirrors
Make morning grooming a breeze with matching mirrors over a set of his and hers hand basins. Here a screed finish gives a clean-lined look.
*Accessories from Santos.
4. Create a pamper zone
Stock up on your favourite pamper products and place them on a table next to the bath. For added comfort, position a chair topped with towels within arm’s reach.
*Decor by Stephen Falcke Interior Design. Shot on location at Steyn City.
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5. Add furnishings
Incorporate a comfortable chair, a stool and a chandelier to enhance the sense of luxury.
*Bathroom design by Dale Dennis of Ground Floor Interiors.
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6. Replace the vanity
Add to the illusion of space by swapping your old vanity for a floating one. Add chunky grass baskets for extra storage space.
*Bathroom design by Kevin Lloyd Architects and Clinton Savage Interior Design.
7. Update towel hooks
A row of well-spaced wall-mounted towel hooks will keep your bathroom looking neat and tidy. Add bright towels and a laundry basket for a pop of playful colour.
*Bathroom design by Dear Zania Interiors.
8. Add task lighting and shelves
Create a functional, well-lit vanity by mounting wall sconces above the mirrors. For a more furnished look, add open shelves for storing towels and toiletries.
*Shot on location at Steyn City.
9. Do away with shower doors
Enhance the sense of space by doing away with shower enclosures and trays and turning your bathroom into a wet room. Make sure the floor slopes towards a drain.
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10. Clad the bath
Extend wood-look vinyl flooring up onto the side of the bath for a contemporary feel.
*Bathroom design by Redesign Interiors.