The outdoor season is not yet open in some places, it never ends in others, but as spring is approaching, we will all strive for as much sunshine and fresh air as possible, which means spending lots of time outdoors. It is high time to understand if your exteriors, backyards, patios, patios, patios and other areas are ready for a new season. If you already have an outdoor bathroom or are planning to build one, this round-up will help you understand what the main building is and what problems arise and what things you really need. Immerse yourself!
A bathroom is a place where you want to feel comfortable and at ease, which for most of us means complete privacy. Setting up your bathroom in a private courtyard, which is walled on all sides, is the best idea for complete privacy. However, there is one downside: you may be missing the view that we often make these bathrooms for. If it’s not your thing, you can try rocking walls or screens that are not very high to remove them when no one is around, and such screens can be built by yourself. Half walls are a solution too, at least for some backyards, but still have something like a screen handy. No time to build something? Add curtains around your tub and voila – you will feel private and safe!
For me a bathroom is a haven where you can forget all burdens and relax after a long day. An outdoor bathroom is similar and maybe a lot more, which means you need to create a mood and ambience to be ready to spend time there. Of course it’s the same for you. The outdoor bathroom setup and the style of your space are important. Choose what inspires you: minimalist, contemporary, gypsy, boho, vintage, art deco or others. Whichever style you choose to add a spa feel to your outdoor space, you can put some pebbles on the floor, install a wooden deck or tile over or with them. Potted greens enliven any outdoor bathroom, and it’s especially important when there’s no green growing nearby. This decoration function makes you feel more like being outdoors. Light is the final point, and if you light your space properly it becomes almost magical! Use fairy lights, floor lamps, and of course candles and candle lanterns to complete the look of the room. Be inspired by the ideas we have gathered.
Marble is a timeless and luxurious material that never goes out of style - it is always on trend and looks very stylish wherever you use it. Marble is great for backsplashes, sinks, bathtubs, and miscellaneous furniture, but today I'm going to share some ideas about marble (and marble tile) clad fireplaces that really steal the show!
There are different types of marble of different colors - gray, black, white, green and they have different veins. If real marble is too expensive, choose marble tiles that come in a wider variety of colors and vein types. A marble fireplace easily fits into any room, from the minimalist to the refined vintage fireplace, and becomes the focal point of the room even when it is not working.
You can opt for just a fireplace and some marble, or add marble cladding, or opt for a large slab or wall of marble and a built-in fireplace - such a function can even divide rooms that add comfort and coziness to both. As for the mantelpiece, you can skip or make it if you want, hang an oversized mirror over the fireplace, television, or place some fancy artwork. If your fireplace is an artificial one, you can put some candles or even firewood on a stand and it will look more natural. However, skip firewood baskets and the like - such a rustic decor isn't a good idea with marble. Check out the gorgeous ideas below and get inspired to create this beauty at home!