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10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: Jeff Herr

Bathrooms can be boring. And they often are. But they don't have to be! A bathroom is a great place to start if you'd like to add some personality to your home. Click through to check out ten easy tips and tricks for adding some serious character to your bathroom.   

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: Mia Baxter Smail

1. Create a unique accent wall.     

An accent wall will draw attention, which can be handy if you're trying to detract from other not-so-nice elements of your bathroom. And it's a great way to infuse character quickly. Check out DIY Network for lots of other great ideas.

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10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: Shabby Desert Nest

2. Turn a vintage cabinet into a vanity.

Head to your local thrift store or flea market to look for a unique vintage cabinet that could be transformed into a vanity. Just be sure to take height into consideration... you don't want to wash your face in a sink that's too short or too tall! Photo via Shabby Desert Nest on Instagram.

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: Faith Towers Provencher

3. Add unexpected small touches.

I put tassels on my shower curtain hooks and it added some much needed character. Find out how to add tassels to your shower curtain here.

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: Sunny Circle Studio

4. Replace boring hardware.

Skip the builder grade hardware and try something in a pretty brass finish or an interesting shape like the hexagons above. Check out the rest of this incredible bathroom makeover.

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: Letter Folk

5. Introduce humor.

Who says a bathroom has to be serious? Create your own silly sayings with a customizable letter board that you can change on a whim. Buy this letter board here. 

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: DXV

6. Hang unique artwork.

Grab some interesting work at a flea market or paint your own! Check out the rest of this character-filled bathroom here.

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: The Blooming Hydrangea

7. Add architectural details.

I added picture frame molding to my bathroom and it made all the difference in the world. And before you get too overwhelmed, you can buy it premade on Amazon. Check out the rest of this pretty gray bathroom here.

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: Jeff Herr

8. Try a pop of color.   

Add color in the form of small accents so you can easily switch it up if you need a change. Paint will be your new best friend! Here are lots of other ways to add character. 

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: Urban Alloy

9. Hang unique hooks.   

There are tons of interesting hooks out there... so don't you dare hang boring ones! Buy these giant clothespin hooks here.

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
Photo: View From The Fridge

10. The writing on the wall.  

Anytime you add lettering to a space, it adds serious character. Think words, monograms, etc. See the rest of this unique bathroom makeover here.

Feel free to share your ideas in the comments section!

 

10 Tips and Tricks For Adding Serious Character To Your Bathroom
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Faith Provencher on Jul 10, 2018:

Glad you liked our tips, Susanne... thanks for reading!


Susanne on Jul 10, 2018:

I love this!! I'm about to fix up the house for sale and move abroad, and plan to make both this house (it will be so pretty that we'll nearly regret the sale decision) and the next house something really nice. Bathrooms are incredibly difficult to decorate!! Thanks for some nice advice - I love the red colour splash.


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