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Target Bathroom Decor

BathIt's not difficult to transform your bathroom into an elegant, functional space. Just keep in mind who uses the bathroom and pay attention to coordination while maintaining your personal sense of style.Before installing or replacing a bathroom fixture such as a faucet or drain for the sink, a showerhead, a tub faucet, a toilet handle or a toilet seat, pay attention to the plumbing location, the dimensions of the previous fixture and the size of the space. When considering showerheads, pay attention to size, output pressure, spray pattern and finish, and consider a rain showerhead or a dual model with multiple heads for a luxurious experience. Make sure the fixtures you choose are coordinated with the bathroom's hardware, sink, toilet and flooring in style and color. Whether to choose a matte or polished finish is a matter of taste, although a matte finish may be easier to keep looking spot-free.Bathroom lighting is extremely important because of the detail-oriented tasks that are done in the bathroom, such as makeup application and shaving. Put task lights and spotlights where you need them most, and consider mood lighting to create a personalized decorative ambiance that highlights specific areas of the room.Tie your look together with a shower curtain that speaks to you and coordinated window curtains, and a bath mat. When choosing these items, think about getting ones that complement the paint and tiles in the room as well as expressing your personal taste.Show more
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Target Bathroom Decor

BathIt's not difficult to transform your bathroom into an elegant, functional space. Just keep in mind who uses the bathroom and pay attention to coordination while maintaining your personal sense of style.Before installing or replacing a bathroom fixture such as a faucet or drain for the sink, a showerhead, a tub faucet, a toilet handle or a toilet seat, pay attention to the plumbing location, the dimensions of the previous fixture and the size of the space. When considering showerheads, pay attention to size, output pressure, spray pattern and finish, and consider a rain showerhead or a dual model with multiple heads for a luxurious experience. Make sure the fixtures you choose are coordinated with the bathroom's hardware, sink, toilet and flooring in style and color. Whether to choose a matte or polished finish is a matter of taste, although a matte finish may be easier to keep looking spot-free.Bathroom lighting is extremely important because of the detail-oriented tasks that are done in the bathroom, such as makeup application and shaving. Put task lights and spotlights where you need them most, and consider mood lighting to create a personalized decorative ambiance that highlights specific areas of the room.Tie your look together with a shower curtain that speaks to you and coordinated window curtains, and a bath mat. When choosing these items, think about getting ones that complement the paint and tiles in the room as well as expressing your personal taste.
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Target Bathroom Decor

Wow–there are some pretty bitter comments here. I think it looks awesome! It’s meant to be inspiration, a few beautiful ideas that you can adapt for your own bathroom, not a solution for your moldy bathroom issues. It’s a set, for lord sakes, not an actual bathroom. I can see hanging some plants above my window and I love all the accessories you picked out–especially the wood vase and the ceramics. If you have the link for that blue geometric shower curtain, I’d love it too!
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Target Bathroom Decor

I’m a bit on the fence about this one. The bathroom is gorgeous, no doubt, but it does feel a little over-styled to me. I love a good well-styled aspirational shot, but there’s just a little too much stuff and not enough function in this room. I like to see photos styled out and pushing the edge of function just a bit, but this goes a little too far in that direction for me. As someone who hates cleaning, I always love the IDEA of tiled walls in the bathroom (and in kitchens and wherever else people like to put them), but ughhh I hate cleaning the tiles in my shower, I certainly don’t want to do my walls every week too!! And I just want to point out that I’m a 25 year old gal with a good job and there’s no way I could ever find an affordable home with a bathroom like this haha. 20-something seems a little unrealistic in this case, though I wish that weren’t true!! Also all I want in life is a place for a proper vanity. One day….
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Target Bathroom Decor

Target wanted us to show people how they can mix shower curtain patterns, and I was into the idea – it certainly makes it feel more bohemian. And then to show off their other textiles (towels) we simply flipped baskets to create a shelf, which is a strangely simple and functional solution.
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Target Bathroom Decor

The diamond/herringbone one is indeed from Target, but a few months old. Per a staff member, “it’s not even in the system any longer”, so you can’t search for one through the store.
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Target Bathroom Decor

This post should have been titled: Target Gives Me Money. None of these accessories make sense, not even the makeup brushes should be in there. Cluttered, random, ridiculous. Toilet comment, hilarious.
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Target Bathroom Decor

A black-and-white color palette will turn a basic bathroom into your dream bathroom. Use a black bar cart as a modern take on organization, hang our cityscape shower curtain for an urban feel, and create a gallery wall as an added touch of personality.
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This bathroom is a set – totally fake. The production designer, Meg, basically designed it to be an urban bathroom, with pretty new finishes – subway tile, penny tile and a clawfoot tub and a traditional sink. You might wonder where the toilet is? And I’d say, don’t be disgusting, she would never own a toilet. Actually, we made the decision to not have one because we needed the space to tell the story and also who really likes to look at a toilet, real or fake? No one.
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“Don’t be disgusting, she doesn’t have a toilet…” LOL. Literally. Like I laughed out loud for a good 5 seconds, repeated it out loud to myself, and laughed for another 7 seconds. And the bathroom is great, BTW – several ideas I want to – no will – incorporate into our small bathroom!
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Before installing or replacing a bathroom fixture such as a faucet or drain for the sink, a showerhead, a tub faucet, a toilet handle or a toilet seat, pay attention to the plumbing location, the dimensions of the previous fixture and the size of the space. When considering showerheads, pay attention to size, output pressure, spray pattern and finish, and consider a rain showerhead or a dual model with multiple heads for a luxurious experience. Make sure the fixtures you choose are coordinated with the bathroom's hardware, sink, toilet and flooring in style and color. Whether to choose a matte or polished finish is a matter of taste, although a matte finish may be easier to keep looking spot-free.
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Bathroom lighting is extremely important because of the detail-oriented tasks that are done in the bathroom, such as makeup application and shaving. Put task lights and spotlights where you need them most, and consider mood lighting to create a personalized decorative ambiance that highlights specific areas of the room.
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Interior Design Blog by Emily Henderson I started this interior design blog in 2010 as a journal of my style and home projects with the belief that design should be approachable, informational and accessible no matter what budget. As a home style expert who has a strong commitment to peeling back the intimidating layers of the world of home decor, and showing how every person can have a beautiful home that represents their personality, no matter what the budget. After styling for magazines and catalogues for years, I started my own interior design blog, won HGTV Design Star, and have gone on to host my own hit TV show Secrets from a Stylist, Author the book STYLED, and create the design firm Emily Henderson Design. My motto has always been to write and publish on my blog what I personally want to read about. My interior design blog remains personal, totally transparent and honest – documenting both proud and embarrassing design moments/mistakes and giving real life pricing and expectations. I believe that your home should look like you, that every room is soul-less without something vintage or antique. I also believe in having fun. Like, a lot of fun.
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Make your bathroom a little more blissful with a boho-meets-at-home spa vibe. Just add a patterned shower curtain, cushy towels, candles, figurals and fresh plants to tie it all together—and also make it welcoming for guests.
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YouTube vlogger, Mr. Kate, turns an old bathroom into an oasis 1. Change out the shower curtain and rings. Tip: Pick something that brings in colors/tones that already exist within the space. 2. Add shelving. 3. Bring in a mix of towels. You can DIY your own set by choosing towels in a few colors. 4. Plants are a great way to bring in a bit of Zen. 5. Glass containers and woven baskets make chic storage for everyday essentials. 6. Flameless candles add ambiance. 6. Finish with a plush bath…

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