Your bathroom is stuck in a rut. You're not ready to remodel, but you can still inject some style into what is often the least decorated of all rooms in the house. These simple cosmetic changes are easy, affordable and give major personality to a previously utilitarian and basic room.
Above, Jenna Sue Designs used lace curtains as a shower curtain when renovating her 1970s bathroom. The unconventional choice adds to the vintage look of the space.
Try adding a wall's worth of vintage mirrors for a one-of-a-kind wall, as seen in Country Living.
The hot pink rug in this Malibu bathroom is an instant jolt of color and completely brightens the entire room with this one addition.
A new paint job on the bottom of your clawfoot tub is a quick pick-me-up and gives your bathroom an entirely new personality. Either go bright, or try dark and moody. From House & Home.
Stick a huge plant in the room to add movement, warmth and a sculptural element to the room. This white tiled bathroom from Amber Interiors wouldn't be the same without it.
Elle of Wannabe Gypsy added this small palettewall to divide the toilet from the bathtub. It also adds a lot of warmth to the otherwise all-tiled space.
(Image credits: Jenna Sue Designs; Country Living; Domaine; Michael Graydon; Amber Interior Design; Wannabe Gypsy)