Wood accents add warmth and personality to bathrooms

Apr 4 2011

Wooden accents can work wonders to create an inviting bathroom space.
Wooden accents can work wonders to create an inviting bathroom space.
Decorating bathrooms can be tricky, especially when most feature a completely neutral color scheme from the outset. Working around the boring white and pale colors is easy with some wood accents. Whether you choose a wicker basket or some quality wood blinds, the style is the easiest and most cost-effective way to modernize your bathroom.

"We've seen that wood is definitely making a comeback this year, especially in the guise of wooden blinds, which are more hardwearing than plastic ones, and are often thought of as being an ideal feature in any room of the the home," said Pete Robertshaw, chief news editor at BetterBathrooms.com.

Along with window treatments, look for small accents such as wooden soap holders or baskets to hold magazines. Artwork in a traditional wood frame is another way to keep with your design aesthetic, while adding some personality in the process. Lastly, let your towels and draperies provide the color in your space and change them frequently to match the seasons.

Wood blinds provide a timeless look for bathrooms and will add warmth and texture to any space. They will offer privacy and light-filtering qualities that are tailor-made for bathrooms.  
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