How to Decorate the Bathroom With Brown & Teal

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How to Decorate the Bathroom With Brown & Teal
Teal and Bown Shower Curtain

Brown and teal are neutral colours that complement each other when used to decorate a bathroom. Without using paint or cumbersome wallpaper or borders to change the look of the room, there are many items you can purchase for a brown and teal feel.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • Teal toothbrush holder
  • Teal soap dish
  • Teal rinse cup
  • Teal shower curtain
  • Teal artificial flowers or potpourri
  • Brown/teal wall hangings and decor
  • Brown rugs
  • Brown sheer valance
  • Brown shower curtain rings
  • Brown wastebasket

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Instructions

    Using Brown in the Bathroom

  1. 1

    Purchase a brown rug set. Lay the rugs on the ground around the toilet, bathtub and sink area.

  2. 2

    Place a small brown dustbin, with adding lining, between the sink and the toilet area.

  3. 3

    Hang brown hand and face towels on the towel racks.

  4. 4

    Hang primarily brown wall decor or paintings to provide an aesthetic presence.

    Using Teal in the Bathroom

  1. 1

    Purchase a teal shower curtain with brown shower curtain rings. Add an accent of brown to the shower curtain by layering it with a sheer brown valance.

  2. 2

    Buy a teal coloured toothbrush holder, soap dish and rinse cup for the sink vanity.

  3. 3

    Add teal-coloured artificial flowers in a brown vase, or put potpourri in a brown dish and place it in a window or on the back of the toilet.

Tips and warnings

  • Brown is used here as the primary base colour, but the colours can be swapped.
  • Don't use more than two variations of each colour because the colours will begin to crash the space.

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