When you're sharing a bathroom, having two sinks is a nice little luxury — or maybe a necessity, depending on much your morning schedules coincide with each other (and how messy your partner leaves the sink). No matter the size of the room you're working with, we've got plenty of inspiration for your bathroom for two.
I know it seems like a small deal, but when I recently saw a friend's family's toothbrush collection neatly displayed in rows, and then thought of my own pile of kids toothbrushes by the sink, well, I realized it was time. Time to tackle those toothbrushes, and to do so in style.
This is Mattie's old bathroom, pre Style Cure. Even though she was a little off of the usual Cure schedule, due to some conflicts with work and potty training, it doesn't make her results any less impressive. The best part? The budget for her entire bathroom redo was a low low $49.
If you're drawn to the look of subway tile, but want just a little something extra, consider beveled subway tile. The extra texture that beveled tiles impart can make regular old subway tiles look boring by comparison.
There is no small space quite so challenging as a small bathroom. No matter how much of a minimalist you are, there are probably quite a few things — toothbrush, toothpaste, medicine, grooming products — that you just can't do without. So how do you squeeze all those things in while keeping your small bathroom serene, and not stressful? Apartment Therapy has some ideas.
When folks aren't happy with the look of a bathroom, sometimes it's because it is in need of some major changes: a renovation. For most of us, though, creative decoration will instantly help boost the look of this often woefully under-styled space. Yes, it's a utilitarian room, but don't let that stop you - in this small space, simple decorative changes are fast, affordable and definitely go a long way...
It's not often that I find myself thinking, "Damn. That is a good-looking showerhead." But that was my response when I spotted this beautiful little bathroom in my Pinterest feed. I love how crisp and modern and striking the black showerhead is against the white subway tile. Black fixtures for the bathroom may just be the Next Big Thing.