Tips For Using Plants In Bathrooms

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I also like to think of myself as a professional amateur interior designer and furniture expert. I’m quite handy around the house, as it turns out.

Once the openings in the bedrooms walls were made I put joists across the opening and fitted a solid wood base to the top of the joists. I then made stud walls on either side an in the middle of the opening, facing the stud walls with plasterboard; the middle stud wall dividing the opening into two equal storage spaces (one for each bedroom) being insulated and sound proofed.

I am a decorating mistake. I always have clutter. I admire people who can put only a few things on a shelf. I always have them crammed full. But I hate white walls. Who came up with that idea? And sickly greens. I love color and if I actually owned a house it would be painted with cheerful colors. My RV has lots of blue in it and it is very peaceful.

Consider the space that you have in your bathroom. Most bathrooms are on the smaller side so adding a large, space hogging tree might be out of the question. Instead, you can place smaller plants in corners, on counter tops, on the toilet tank, or on windowsills-places where they won’t take up much space or get in the way. Hanging plants is also a good option.

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