If you select a great set, it will give you a starting point for decorating your bathroom with stylish upholstery and, with the guidelines below, you should have a beautiful shower in no time.
Select a Bathroom Set: To begin with, you need to choose a stylish upholstery bathroom set which goes well with the fittings, tiles, and furniture already in your bathroom. You will probably find it easier to decorate your bathroom if there are coordinating items such as embellished shower curtains or towels in the range so choose one containing these items if you can. If the set doesn’t hold a shower curtain shop for both pieces together to make sure they complement each other.
Paint: If the set that you chose has a pattern on it, take one of the light colors for your bathroom set or shower curtain and use it to select paint for the bathroom walls. If your bathroom set and shower curtain are plain chosen a coordinating color, choose your paint with the aid of paint color charts or take one of the items with you when you go shopping for paint. Also, make sure that the color that you choose is such that reflects light so that your stylish upholstery doesn’t appear gloomy or dull.
Window Treatment: Treat the windows of your bathroom with good blinds or curtains. If everything in the bathroom has stylish upholstery and is plain choosing a coordinating patterned blind or curtain for your windows if you have a patterned shower curtain or accessories everyday window treatments would be best.
Towels and Rugs: Choose soft fluffy towels and a bath rug in a slightly deeper shade than one of the dull colors you have used in your bathroom and match it to your stylish upholstery and add some richness and depth of color.
Add Accessories: Add the items from your bathroom’s stylish upholstery, and you can give it a personal touch by adding a few additional pieces of your own but do think about the size of the bathroom before doing this. You don’t want it to look cluttered and often “less is more” but you don’t want to have just your matching items either. That would sound too contrived. A green plant or two, a colored vase or a couple of bottles of bath oil and a picture for the walls is probably enough in a small room.