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.
Farmhouse decor is very popular now for home decor, it's very cozy and it's a more elegant idea to rock instead of pure rustic. Decorating your rooms this way can be a great way to rock the farmhouse decor for Christmas too. This style features buffalo check and plaid, lots of wood, natural decor, and mostly neutral or monochromatic color schemes, although you may see some bright accents. How can you stylishly incorporate all of these elements into your holiday decoration? Just take a look.
Colors and prints
Opt for neutral colors that are characteristic of farmhouses and are very popular for decoration overall. Skirt monochrome - gray and white or black and white and add bright plaid accents if you feel like it. Bring prints - stripes and buffalo check are characteristic of the peasant style. Embellish the room with textures to avoid an appearance - use natural wood and plywood, faux fur, knits and crochet and other things for this.
Christmas trees and evergreens
A Christmas tree or some mini-trees are a must for every vacation space. To create a proper farmhouse feel, prefer a snowy or flocked Christmas tree, decorate it with lights, and you can skip the ornaments or use different baubles in neutral and metallic, or some rustic ornaments such as buffalo plaid ornaments. Add snowy or flocked evergreen wreaths and garlands to keep your space really charming.
Generate coziness and add cute natural accents here and there - put up baskets and buckets of firewood, add printed blankets and pillows to make the rooms cozy, use lights, candles in candle lanterns and candlesticks and marquee lights for a decent retro feel. Add fresh green garlands and hang ornaments not only on the tree but elsewhere as well. Enjoy!