In the Home is all about interior design and making your cozy space your own.
I’m still putting the finishing touches on my bedroom, but I’m already dreaming about fixing up all the other rooms in my flat. As such, I have been spending lots of my time looking up inspiring images to aid in my re-design. I realized that I have been focusing a lot on bedrooms and living rooms, and have totally neglected the bathroom and kitchen. So let’s change that and start with bathrooms first.
Now, I’m not sure if many of you know this, but bathrooms in Germany and bathrooms in the US are surprisingly different. In Germany, the washing machines are housed in the bathroom, and the walls are tiled almost all the way to the ceiling. I also have two cats so my bathroom is theirs as well (mi baño es su baño?). For any of you do don’t have cats, let me let you in on a little secret: litter boxes are big, bulky pieces of plastic shit. (I’m still waiting for a company to be established that will create cat accessories that actually blend in with the rest of your furniture rather. Seriously, why is everything for cats either made in really bright colors or plastered with fucking paw prints? If anyone has any ideas or tips for small but decent looking litter boxes, please let me know in the comment section down below!) Based on these factors, I’ve basically given up hope of ever turning my bathroom into a stunning example of prime interior design work, but I’ve rounded up these photos anyway as a source of inspiration for both you and me.
As you are all well aware, I am really drawn to bohemian, industrial and rustic witchy interiors, so here are some of my favorite rustic bohemian bathrooms, all of which are linked together by some common themes:
Elements of a rustic bohemian bathroom:
2: old paintings
3: vintage mirrors
4: rustic wood details
5: copper details
6: a basic color palette: white, black, copper, wood (aged)
7: rustic wire baskets
8: glass jars and bottles
These themes and smaller details could definitely still be (and will be!) applied to my (or your) bathroom without having to gut the whole damned space and starting from scratch. So expect to hear more about my bathroom re-design soon. Will also try to throw some DIYs in the mix. Exciting, right?
What does your bathroom look like? What is your particular design style?