Thursday, November 8, 2012

Three Easy Ways to Add Fall Décor to your Bathroom

What’s great about accent decorations is that you can take a room in your house and completely change the look and feel of it by simply adding or subtracting accents. There’s no need for a major renovation or even a new paint job. By combining these three simple things you can transition the look of your bathroom from summer to spring in no time at all.

Here’s how?

1. Change the Shower Curtain – The shower curtain is one of the biggest eye catchers in the bathroom especially if it’s a smaller guest bathroom. Rather than sticking with the same old one that’s been up for months, replace it with something more seasonal. Dark, warm colors like oranges and browns are great fall colors and will accent your bathroom beautifully. 

2. Add Festive Scented Candles – What’s great about scented candles is that they’re readily available, cheap and seasonal. Add something like a pumpkin pie, or warm vanilla spice candle to the bathroom and let it fill with the smells of the fall. The glow of the candle also adds a warm ambiance that’s perfect for the changing season.

 3. Use Fall Inspired Towels – Like the shower curtain, this is about color. Rather than using white towels that denote more of a springtime freshness or a bright red that signifies the heat of summer, tone it down with brown towels or warm maroon ones. Again, warm is the aim rather than cool so steer clear of blues, greens, and pinks.

And there you have it. It really is that simple. By adding these small decorative accents to your bathroom you can take it from summer fun to fall festival in no time. Also, by changing the décor regularly you will add a freshness to the house that the entire family will enjoy. Colors are more than just colors after all and by setting the right mood you can seamlessly move from one season into the next by doing something as simple as changing the shower curtain.

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