Primitive bathroom decor is one of the most used rooms in the home. And some guests are more likely to see your bathroom than your kitchen. So your bathroom should be one of the best furnished rooms in the house. One of the easiest styles to adapt for a bathroom is primitive country. It’s easy to turn your bathroom into this style with just a few ideas.
Country, Primitive or Country Primitive?
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With decor, it is easy to get confused by the labels “land” and “primitive”. Both are similar styles. But primitive pieces invoke the image of colonial times, while land primitive focuses on pioneer lifestyle. Since the primitive bathroom can be the smallest room in the house, the sparse, less-is-more style of primitive decor can be achieved with just a few touches. Fabrics used in primitive furnishings include woven or coarse woven fabric, which can be incorporated into shower curtains, towels, and window treatments. When the drawing is used on the back of a toilet seat or corner of a counter, it should be handmade and painted in darker colors.
The country primitive color pallet looks more aging, as if it has been covered by a patina. Harvest colors dominate: pumpkin, apple red, cranberry, wheat and blackberry. Choose one or two colors for walls and accent pieces to tie the room together. Painted pieces are typically weathered, pickled or cracked, making the original surface visible. Because of the moisture present in a bathroom, painted walls should be used instead of wallpaper. If you have space, a worried, shaker pie can surely act as a linen closet.
Accent pieces have a handmade look. Shaker boxes and hand-carved bowls dominate. A stack of boxes in one corner or a hand-carved bowl filled with potpourri in an accent color on a counter can achieve a dramatic effect, which can be woven baskets woven with a ribbon in an accent color woven around the handle. A popular accent piece is a large, tin barn star that you can easily hang on a wall. Other metal parts are usually made of wrought iron. Many people drape a wreath of artificial cranberries or blueberries over a wall, on a counter or over a window frame. These wreaths can also be twisted into garlands.
Land accents are everywhere, both new and old. Department stores, antique stores, even garage sales and garbage stores have decorated treasures. Homemade signs with cute bathroom sayings, canning cans for holding tooth brushes, wire baskets for keeping soap, hinge glass top cans full of cotton swabs or q tips are all great decorative items; Don’t forget to bring in a variety of candles to be displayed on the cabinets and sides of the tub along with colored glass bottles of different shapes and sizes.