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The bathroom you can use many different ways to 'go green' apart for the décor and colour scheme you choose! Let's begin with colour schemes. Bright green teamed with white bathroom suites provides a vibrant， fresh look to the room which is ideal for invigorating the body and mind as you shower.
Window dressings can be white or green Venetian blinds if you want to continue with a sleek and stylish modern look. For a more cosy feel patterned roller blinds， Roman blinds or full length vertical blinds are also worth consideringaccent pillow case baby boudoir， but you should also pay attention to privacy when deciding which type of window dressing to use in your bathroom. Venetian and vertical blinds are ideal if you don't have frosted windows.vintage cushion covers
You'll also need to pay attention to the finish of the materials or fabrics due to the humidity which is generated with a bathroom. Look for Venetian blinds which have a special coating to help reduce warping and discolouration. Most of today's Venetian blinds have this type of coating， but it's worth checking before you buy. Keep the flooring light as well to tie the theme together. Many people are opting for tiled or wooden floors in bathroom which not only provide a classy look it has also been proven that these types of flooring are far more hygienic that fitted carpets and much easier to keep clean and your bathroom smelling sweet!
You can also 'go green' by making a conscious effort to reduce water consumption. Taking a shower rather than a bath and turning the tap off when brushing your teeth can help you save money of your water bills， if you're metered， and help do your bit towards water conservation. If your bathroom is large keep heating costs down by using a combination of thermal roller blinds and thermal lining on ready made curtains.
The trend to return to curtains as window dressings in bathrooms continues to gather momentum as the size of bathrooms have become bigger to accommodate free standing baths for either a contemporary look or the by gone era of Victorian claw feet baths to create rooms which ooze style and meet the demands of modern lifestyles.
Following two discussions recently, one with my hairdressers and one with a shop assistant. Why don't I wear dresses or bye them very often?
Today’s?tutorial teaching you how to make vintage soda crates is a part of the Cricut Summer Love Color Series.? The featured color this week is “lime” and I’m excited to be sharing a free SVG? file for the Lime Crush Soda Crate along with my project today. To learn how to make your own DIY Farmhouse Decor Vintage Soda Crate just keep reading! This post contains affiliate links.
Have you ever heard of a quilted postcard? I hadn’t until our last meeting of the Chicago Modern Quilt Guild! (Click this link to learn about the Modern Quilt Guild?and find a chapter near you)?Each of us used scraps and trims to stitch our own mini-quilt onto a small piece of? heavy craft interfacing and then attached the postcard backing with fusible webbing. I used some scraps of old men’s silk ties along with some cottons and tried the piece as you go method, stitching directly on the heavy craft interfacing. I really liked using this method with the small pieces, and it was fun to see it come together.