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Pimp your bathroom! 9 tips for your bathroom-upgrade


Pflanze, Holz, Accessoires und Dusche
Pimp your Bathroom! Plants, wood, lovely accessories

We all know it: bathrooms, especially in rented apartments, are often only one thing: functional.












But you start the day in the bathroom 🪒🚿 and need a place of well-being 🧘🏻‍♀️ for it.


The good news: with a few simple steps, even a bathroom tiled to the ceiling can be transformed into a wellness oasis.


Take ... with the following materials and accessories you pimp your bathroom:

schöne Accessoires im Bad der Mietwohnung
Detail: beautiful accessories in the bathroom of a rental

- Wood (such as a beautiful stool - and, for example, a "carpet" made of bamboo as in this guest bathroom).


- Textiles (get rid of the old scratchy shower towels and invest in beautiful towels - think about the desired color concept. A nice matching bathroom rug is a must!)


- Plants! (of course real plants for the daylight bathroom... otherwise you can cheat with artificial greenery)


- Beautiful bathroom accessories: soap dispenser, toothbrush mug and ... yes... don't forget the Trash can!


- Beautiful laundry basket


- Candles (if you don't have a bathtub for a bubble bath: showering by candlelight is also nice!)


- Pictures! (like in this project, you can even grace a mosaic tile wall with your favorite art work or photo in a frame. Simply hung with self-adhesive hook! Ideal also for the rental apartment).


- Favorite items (eg a stone that reminds you of your last vacation, a beautiful silver cup from your grandma, in which you now store cotton swabs, etc.).


- fine fragrances! Oh yes.... Be it fine soaps, scented candles or diffusers.... fine scents make you dream. Beam me up, Scotty!

edle Gästetoilette dank Bild, Vase/Blumen und Bambus-Teppich
classy guest toilet thanks to picture, vase/flowers and bamboo rug

And now? Enjoy your personal SPA every day!


Location: rental, Niederdorf, Zürich, Schweiz

Interior Design project: Localia. Interiors.

photo: Tanja Zogg

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