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How to Create a Shabby Chic Bathroom Style

The shabby chic decor theme refers to a popular decorating style that really didn’t start off as a method until about 20 years ago when the term was initially coined and when it became fashionable to become listed on the shabby chic die-hards bandwagon.

The style embraces the look of aged or well-worn shabby-looking furniture and furnishings, wood showing layers of paint, washed-out there prints, faded textiles, pastels, and distressed finishes.

More like a country style appearance, shabby chic serves as a a timeless eclectic theme with a new modest, unobtrusive effect that must not be confused having an antique or vintage look.

You can develop a shabby décor theme with discarded furniture that can be upcycled, old décor objects, along with other reusable interiors materials, including antique and vintage furnishings, and cheap furniture pieces or sets you can purchase from the stores.

This can make the shabby décor theme one of the most affordable methods to enhance or upgrade an area by creating and piecing together stylish products of top quality and better value from their original worn states.

A new shabby chic theme showing a distressed bathing room sink cabinet and vintage accessories. Notice the washed-out blue surface finish, a look typically associated with shabby chic decor.
A shabby chic theme showing a distressed bathroom sink cabinet and vintage accessories. Notice the washed-out blue surface finish, a look typically associated with shabby chic decor.
How to Develop a Shabby Chic Bathroom
In order to upgrade a bathing room on a shoestring budget without compromising on quality and style; if you desire a timeless classic chic that gives a warm relaxed feel, get the shabby stylish style into your bathroom.

There are quick and simple ways to achieve the style and the time you need to spend to handle the task may be as short as a few hours to a couple of days, and you also probably won’t need more than a couple of tins of matt paint, a scraper, and a little paintbrush. However, this depends on the size of the room and the extent of works your upgrade will involve.

  • Bathroom cabinets, shelves, along with other existing bathroom furniture can be given the distressed look to obtain the old or aged look typical of shabby chic.
  • Paint all of the trims and crown mouldings white colored because white is the main base colour of all things shabby chic.
  • Paint the wall space with a matte (or toned wall paint), to obtain an authentic look. It is important to note that walls must not be too shiny, glossy, or flashy, but instead must look boring and worn.
  • White and off-white combinations look fantastic, as do whitened and soft pale yellows. You could also try white with bold lotion vertical lines.
  • For a great effect, work with a vintage yellow (or perhaps a pale gold color) and a neutral sand hue surface finish to create a soft warm believe that is typical of the appearance. Another great theme is painting the wall surfaces with stripes, using two colors of exactly the same warm colours.
  • Wallpaper with subtle features or trailing patterns will give the bathroom a stylish modern twist.
  • Another floor to wall finish worth considering for the shabby chic bathroom is metro tiles which gives a modern industrial look. Stick to white or shades of white.
  • Floor finish (tiles) should be a neutral shade or even faux bleached floor tiles. Remember that words such as faded and bleached remain typical terms often put on the shabby chic style.

Selecting the most appropriate Bathroom Accessories for Shabby Decor

The shabby chic bathroom style can be accessorised similarly as you would the country style but could be given a modern eclectic twist utilizing the right type and colors of decorative items. So, what forms of accessories work greatest and what hues give the stylish impression desired?

Colours

To modernise the theme, increase pastel pinks, blue, or green colours, preferably tiny floral prints on a fresh white or off-white background. Hues and tones can be presented in the towels, drapes, glass jars, candles, floor mat, and other accessories. Pastels have a unique method of making fabrics look aged and antique. You can also tea- stain pale or white fabrics to produce an genuine old vintage look.

Additionally, you can change all of the towels to white, a colour quite prevalent in shabby chic bathroom décor. Simple affordable white towels will add an instant fresh look. Towels in a soft creamy colour or champagne shades are great too, as is match the towels to the bathroom's wall colour.

Furniture

The essence of the shabby chic style is basically decorating with, and displaying furniture that is outdated and worn as in 'passed down', antique, or vintage. You can use some of your old furniture, with their original old color or stain, so long as they possess distinctive signs of age.

If you don’t have old furnishings you may use but still desire a shabby chic décor, purchase new but cheap furnishings or just work on the current ones.

You can imitate the worn look by painting the furniture, allowing it to dry thoroughly, and then sand by gently rubbing the top coat of paint showing a little of the wood and patches of the base coats on the regions of bathroom furniture that naturally wears off first.

Furnishings

Furnishings chosen need to complement and improve the new restroom makeover. Choose linen and natural cotton fabrics if you can rather than synthetic or man-made textiles. Linen inspired by previous French, in whites, looking vintage, worn or lightly bleached out are extremely popularly found in shabby chic settings. Furnishings to check out for include:

  • Antique style gilded mirrors or silver-framed mirrors
  • Open wall shelves (shallow)
  • Vintage style roll-top bath (in the event that you plan for a complete upgrade)
  • Lace or voile curtains
  • Traditional style wall sconces
  • Decorative set of Oka baskets to store towels, toiletries, along with other bathroom items
  • Robe hooks created from wood

Remember to allow a variety of these with a few modern features - restroom sink, taps/faucets (wall mounted taps keep lines clean), bathtub, shower enclosure, and toilet.

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