The turn of the season provides the perfect opportunity to redecorate. Autumn inspires pumpkin-themed tablescapes, rustic vases filled with feathery gold grass, and wreaths of burnt-orange and rust-red leaves. What about redecorating the bathroom?
6 Warm Bathroom Nuance To Adjust This Fall Temperature
If you’re already making your entire home cozy for the fall, don’t let the chill of the season find refuge in your bathroom. Instead, with some inspiration and a little bit of effort, fill your bathroom with warmth and coziness, and help everyone wake up more easily on a rainy morning with lively, warming, and soothing fall design ideas.
1. Switch to Warm Light Bathroom
Create the illusion of warmth by changing the temperature of the light from cool to warm, and if you have cool-colored lightbulbs, replace them with the ones that are more yellow or orange in tone. Also, if you have only one or two light sources in your bathroom, consider adding a few more.
2. Warm Color Accents
Invite warmth into your bathroom by opting for warm, fiery colors and natural shades. Elements that can be easily replaced, such as the shower curtain or towels are a great place to start. If you’re aiming for brightness and liveliness, look for brighter oranges and reds and if you don’t want your colors too loud, you can go for dark reds or auburn, which you can combine with deep greens for the autumn forest effect.
3. Soft Things
Bringing in elements that balance out the smooth cold of the bathroom with their rich, warm texture is one sure way to make the room feel more inviting towards the end of the year. Equip your cozy retreat with soft, warm textiles of all kinds. Bathrobes and soft towels, perfect for warming up after a shower are a great investment in your feelings of coziness. Displaying them out in the open provides additional texture to the room and makes it feel less cold.
4. Nature Touch
Mixes of these natural elements look splendid in glass jars, while flowery garlands usually make lovely additions to walls and even windows. Also some houseplants, like ivy which thrives in humid places, can help your bathroom both in terms of appearance and in terms of air quality.
5. Bring in Some Warm Artwork
Spice up the atmosphere in your bathroom with some artwork or photos. Invoke the mystery of the season with anything from a subtle print on your textiles to a framed poster that gets you excited for the spooky season. Add some photos that make you feel good on a rainy day and make your bathroom feel more welcoming.
6. Warm Rugs
There is nothing worse than touching cold tile with your bare feet. To mitigate the problem, place a few thick rugs in front of the sink, toilet, and shower. Not only will they keep your feet warm, but they will also lend a soft, inviting feel to the bathroom.