Big Christmas Decor Ideas From 1 Small Bathroom

Do you decorate your bathroom for Christmas? Whether you do or you don't there are some great principles used here that could translate to anywhere in your house. First off, Layers! You think of this when you get dressed, why not try this with your decor? Hang some wreaths, or ornaments over art already in your house, or wrap a picture in ribbon.
Next, think about sparkle! I love to include sparkly elements that will carry my decor past Christmas and through the winter {ornaments not included}. The sparkly wreath over the wall plaque is a great example of this.
Use items that you might think of as specifically for the kitchen in other areas. In the bathroom I took these two kitchen towels and layered them over bath towels. Also that rattan charger from the dining room adds texture and warmth to this space and is a great backdrop for the star ornament.
And remember, ornaments aren't just for trees!
Christmas in the bathroom
Add some sparkle!
Layer over art or wall hangings you already have.
Dining room charger add texture to this small space.
5 Big Ideas from 1 Small Bathroom

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