5 Easy Ideas for Bathroom Accessories

Your actual bathroom renovation is done, but there are still ways to spruce up the room – with DIY accessories! DIY is about more than saving yourself a few bucks here and there. It’s about the satisfaction you get from creating something with your own hands. You can add a lot of character to your bathroom with DIY accessories. Here are some ideas to help you get started:

Mason Jar Storage

Use mason jars to store bathroom essentials such as cotton balls, cotton swabs, and make up brushes. The jars can be left plain or they can be painted and given a makeover. Either way, storing your products in mason jars is more aesthetically pleasing than having them scattered on the counter or stuffed in drawers.

Tiered Tray

This DIY project is easy and helps clear up space on your countertop. You can use a tiered tray to hold makeup, soap, extra hand towels, jewelry, curing irons, and more. All you need is plates, candle stick holders, and adhesive. The number of plates and candle stick holders depends on how many tiers you want.

Soap Dispensers

This fun DIY project adds a splash of personality to every bathroom. You can make your own soap dispenser out of mason jars, old liquor bottles, and other bottles you’re looking to recycle. The only piece you’ll need to buy is the pump. It’s important you choose a pump that fits the size of your bottle, so make sure you either bring the bottle to the store or know the size ahead of time.

Artwork

There are endless types of art you can create for your bathroom: signs, letters, and canvas’s. This is one of the easiest ways to personalize your bathroom and show off your artistic talent. Your artwork will also coincide with the rest of your bathroom decor – tying your entire bathroom together.

 

Towel Rack Ladder

Refurbish an old wooden ladder or build your own to make a rustic towel rack for your bathroom. A ladder towel rack is a much more decorative way to display your towels than just having them hanging over a metal bar. This project, although requires more time and effort, is a huge pay off and looks great!

These are just a few ideas of DIY accessories for your remodel. Check out The Bath Haus’s DIY University for more ways to spruce up your bathroom.

Sometimes the little things make a big difference. This is true of your bathroom remodeling project. Once your major remodeling work is done, it is time to focus on the fun, small things that will really make your new bathroom unique and complete. Find 5 easy ways to put the finishing touches on your bathroom.