The country rustic theme is a big theme among house decor today. People love the cozy and homey feeling of a country rustic decorated house. Many people describe their kitchens as “country kitchens,” with an air of ease to the decorating and a distinctive feel of a mother’s kitchen. In addition to decorating your kitchen and living area in a country rustic theme, it is also a great idea to decorate your bathroom in the country theme. Here are some country bathroom decorating ideas for your country bathroom decorating adventure!
Clutter It Up!
Many new and modern design themes focus on simplicity. However, country rustic bathroom decorating ideas focus on NOT keeping it simple! With a country rustic design, your walls will be covered with various things. If you do not like a tastefully cluttered look, then country rustic is not the theme for you.
Country bathroom decorating means that you will cover almost every square inch of the wall space in your bathroom. There will be knick knacks on every shelf. The key to keeping it looking tastefully cluttered and not silly or tacky is to stick to the country theme and colors. Tan, red, and green are three very popular country colors.
You should also stick to similar themes like checkered prints, chickens, roosters, fruits, tractors, etc. As long as there is cohesion in your design elements, your country bathroom decorating will look tastefully cluttered and not tacky!
What to Use
When decorating your bathroom with a country rustic theme, you may feel overwhelmed by the possibilities for a specific theme. However, there are many different things you can use and still have design cohesion. A local antique store is going to be one of your best resources for finding items and pictures for your country bathroom decorating adventure.
Look for rusted tools, bottles, and figurines to put on any shelves you may have. In addition, look for prints of tractors, chickens, checkered designs, fruits, farm animals, etc, to put in frames. You can also look for antique frames to put your print finds in. You may need to buy new glass for the frames if the antique glass is too foggy.
When purchasing your frames and knick knacks, remember that they do not have to match. The key to having a unique and interesting country bathroom is to keep it similar but not the same. The uniqueness of the pieces is what adds to the country rustic flare!
Source by Gene B. Pineda