Here at the Bright.Bazaar cottage I’m busily trying to find some colour solutions to introduce into our rental. The space is small and there’s not a ton of natural light, which has been leaving me feeling creatively frustrated, especially as I don’t want to spend too much given we’re renting. I’ve been craving a bathroom colour reboot ASAP, folks! So I headed over to the Crosswater sale
to seek out some ideas to help kickstart my mini bathroom makeover inspiration in today’s three ways
I love how the lick of black bathroom paint in this shower enclosure not only turns the shower head from something everyday into a eye-catching element in the room, but also zones the area from the rest of the bathroom. This is helped by the introduction of colour and pattern in the harlequin patterned wallpaper, which emphasises the height of the space, while also providing visual interest. Also, please can we quickly discuss rain shower heads – the height of luxury, right?! I always feel like I’m showering in a glamorous hotel bathroom when there’s a rainhead
The second idea is probably the most realistic solution for the bathroom in our rental. Not only is the shower screen
a relatively affordable update, but it will hopefully allow more light to flood into the space vs. a shower curtain. Plus, I’m tempted to take a lead from this space and create a colour accent with tiles for the over bath shower area. Those soft mint tiles? Yes, please!
First off, any bathroom that has Mini Moderns wallpaper in it is onto a winner in my (bright) book! I like the retro feel of this space and how the accent lime green colour has been used to draw the eye through the space making it feel bigger. Another potential solution for my space is to hang an Anthracite towel rail and use it as a place to hang my colourful Harlequin towels. Which of these three ideas do you like best? How do you bring colour into your bathroom?
* // Photography by Crosswater