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The minimalist style has conquered the world: it is elegant, timeless, laconic, does not overcrowd spaces and offers negative space that usually increases the mood. This style is great for any space, but especially functional spaces where you don’t need too much decor, including bathrooms. Today I want to share some ideas about minimalist bathrooms and ways to make them right and chic.

Colors and materials

If you want a minimalist bathroom, keep the colors simple: neutral, black and white, solid color or even all dark for a moody feel. Since a minimalist bathroom is very simple and elegant, you can check the look by the materials you are using. Opt for different tiles, wood, cork, plywood, stone, concrete, marble, and other sleek and cool materials that you like – this way you can stick to a color scheme but keep the space interesting. Include a skylight or a frosted glass window to fill your space with natural light.

Furniture and appliances

Bathrooms usually don’t have a lot of furniture, it usually comes down to stools, chairs, stools, shelves and vanities – that’s all you need for a bathroom. Prefer a sleek or monolithic vanity with a built-in sink, a very minimal ottoman, or a side table or stool for various things. Make a cool shower room with different tiles and separate this room with a glass room divider or integrate a bathtub into your bathroom. Go for catchy, better black ones for the ultimate edgy look.

Whether you're organizing a regular fall party or a Thanksgiving party, a bar cart is a must. We shared some cool ideas on how to style a bar cart for a party like this, but of course you will need the right barware. I've prepared some cool DIYs to make it happen, let's take a look!

Take a regular carafe and take it to a new level with brightly colored Fimo sheets - what can be more plunging? Shape any leaves you like and attach the leaves to the bottle to make it fall-like. Read the entire tutorial and come up with a colorful DIY fall leaf decanter idea that is perfect for your fall bar cart and is great for serving your Thanksgiving cocktails.

These brightly colored pumpkin decanters are so easy to make and the perfect addition to a fall or Halloween bar cart. Who doesn't want to mix their drink with these cuties? These lovely and cute decanters are topped with brightly colored pumpkins made from wooden balls and artificial pumpkin stems. The crafting is pretty easy and quick, a great last minute idea to rock out.

What kind of cocktail without a stirrer? If you have a turkey and cake, move these to your bar cart as well, but in a smaller version. Drink stirrers for your Thanksgiving bar setup! They would also be super cute glued to a napkin ring. So why not just put a whole bunch of cakes, turkeys and corn on the cob together and stick them on top of everything? The drink stirrers are made of colored polymer clay, read the tutorial and let yourself be inspired. You're sure to wow even the simplest cocktail!

Fall leaves are great for fall decorations - simple, easy to get, and screaming! Make these fall leaf drinking stirrers with ready made fake leaves, here they are made of copper, but you can try anything you want, any bold color or metallic hue. The process is literally as simple as taping a sheet of paper on top of the beverage stirrer and wrapping the embroidery floss around the base of the stem and stirrer, then securing it with a tiny dab of hot glue.

This beautiful and chic bar set is decorated with gold vinyl - such a set will be beautiful all year round, especially in autumn and winter. The glasses are decorated with gold stars, and the carafe is decorated with a gold touch and letters. You can also use a custom word or phrase (or their initials or last names) on the decanter to personalize this set for someone you know. As Vintage Gold Barware requires, I would recommend hand washing this set. So keep this in mind when giving it as a gift.

This is such a fun and easy DIY and the designs you can create are endless. For these mugs, the author used two different types of Martha Stewart glass colors (matte and glossy) and overlapped them to achieve this pink and coral color block look. The colors are beautiful for fall: white and coral, a fresh and modern twist on traditional mugs, and the geometry makes them even more modern and stylish.

These concrete cups have fall colors: they mix a common concrete color and gold. You can add more fall colors to them with different colors or glitter. As you can see, the glasses look quite minimalist, but you can easily add a golden touch to the concrete.

About Warwick

Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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